The Independent Theatre Council is celebrating its 40th birthday today, with an event at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
‘If I say that this is a post-Christian nation, that doesn’t mean necessarily non-Christian. It means the cultural memory is
‘Music is in the first place of art. It brings us on an island with peace, beauty and love. Music
‘Pete Seeger’s great work was not just singing the songs, but getting everybody else to sing them—getting his audience, us,
‘What is this shit?’ The opening words of Greil Marcus’ 1970 review of Bob Dylan’s Self Portrait have become a
The generation born after the Second World War, known today as the Baby Boomers, is widely associated with comfort, prosperity
One reason for creating Regular Marvels is to look for better ways of writing about people’s experience of art and culture.
Bread and Salt, Stories of Art and Migration, was published by Vrede van Utrecht on Friday evening, a part of
‘Hope today is a contraband passed from hand to hand and from story to story.’ John Berger, Bento’s Sketchbook, 2011
Manuel Castells‘ account of the networks of outrage and hope that have emerged since the economic collapse of 2008 is