How Brits Drink

  More than 9 million people in England drink more than recommended daily limits.  However, according to latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics a little more than a week ago, there has been a little but encouraging  reduction in the number of those who drank on 5 days or more

The Trackers of Oxyrhyncus Review – Apollonian and Dyonisian These Days –

This remake of Tony Harrison’s Ancient Greek Satyr is an exquisite play for our times, where brazen sexuality, prank and drunkenness beautifully articulate in a 75 minute play by Alice Della Bona  The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus was originally written in 1988 for a one-off performance at The Delphi Theatre in Greece and subsequently

Hasta Siempre Fidel

Hasta Siempre Fidel!

Hasta Siempre Fidel! Fidel Castro, cuban politician and revolutionary, dies at the age of 90. Cuba is mourning the loss of its leader maximum Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, who died last Friday, November 25th. Just 60 years earlier (on November 25th 1956), at the age of 30, Fidel, Ernesto Che Guevara and 80

Dulwich People: the creative mind of Ingrid Beazley

Walking down the old fashioned Dulwich Village, with its leafy streets and luxuriant gardens you totally don’t expect bumping into something so different. From Choumert Road (a short walk from Peckham Rye Station) to East Dulwich Station through Lordship Lane and so on, a succession of the finest and most diverse

I Daniel Blake

  With I Daniel Blake, British filmaker Ken Loach signs his latest production taking home the second Palme D'Or at Cannes Film Festival after "The Wind That Shakes The Barley"( 2006). The film describes with harsh realism and Loach's peculiar nonconformity UK dehumanising bureaucracy and the scandal of housing and benefit systems. Daniel