News archive from 1 December 2019

David Walliams bringing Grandpa's Great Escape to arena

Grandpa’s Great Escape, by David Walliams, has already had an astonishing life. It has been both a number one best-selling book and a hugely popular TV film. Now, it is being transferred to the live arena in a spectacular new show that is coming to...

 

Film round-up: December 1, 2019

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Knives Out (12A) Directed by Rian Johnson ★★★★ AN IMPRESSIVE stately mansion is the perfect dramatic setting for this star-driven murder...

 
Theatre Gripping homage to Hampton

Theatre Gripping homage to Hampton

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Messiah Stratford Circus London/Touring FRED Hampton, the charismatic socialist activist about to be appointed Chief of Staff of the Black Panther Party...

 
Books Corporate killer on the loose

Books Corporate killer on the loose

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here American Overdose: The Opioid Tragedy in Three Acts by Chris McGreal (Guardian Faber Publishing, £12.99) “RELIGION is the opium of the people,”...

 
Music Theatre Dressed to thrill

Music Theatre Dressed to thrill

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here The Boy in the Dress Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon AT THE end of a somewhat lacklustre year, the RSC should be happy. The Boy in the...

 

Poetry on the Picketline The Empire Loyalists by Jordan Roberto

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here The Empire Loyalists are shouting again, reminding us about Waterloo but not about Blucher’s Prussians. Shouting about The War but not about the...

 

Bury man with Dementia goes missing

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing man from Bury. Graham Jamieson, 66, was last seen at around 5pm on Thursday, November 28, at Chippendale Place, Ashton-under-Lyne. Graham is believed to suffer from dementia and officers...

 

Historic films of Bury to be shown at unique double-feature events

FROM the hustle and bustle of the market hall to the steam power of the railway, via the humdrum of the day-to-day and the heart-in-mouth action of the Nab Gate races, residents are being invited to take trip down memory lane as part of an...

 
Music London Jazz Festival

Music London Jazz Festival

× You can read 9 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here   FROM the very first minutes of this year’s London Jazz Festival, it was the jazz elders who were celebrated. Yorkshire’s 80-year-old saxophonist...

 

BREAKING NEWS: Second victim of London Bridge attack from Stratford-upon-Avon

THE second victim of Friday’s terrorist attack near London Bridge has been named by police this afternoon, Sunday, as Cambridge University graduate Saskia Jones, 23, from Stratford-upon-Avon. In a statement released through the Metropolitan Police,...

 
Editorial: More than anything, Labour offers the hope of socialism to come

Editorial: More than anything, Labour offers the hope of socialism to come

AMID all the repetitive criticism of Labour, an original complaint surfaced over the weekend’s campaigning. It seems that Labour isn’t offering full-blooded socialism but at best is presenting electors with a kind of “milk and water”...

 


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