I recently sat down Ana Luiza Ulsig who is starring in the LGBTQ play “Liberty”, where she will play the Prison Governor and Sandy Duncan (Kath’s husband,) directed by Ray Woolford. We talked through a wide variety of topics, including about the state of politics in Brazil, LGBTQ history and Liberty, Kath Duncan, history and a wide number of topics in this fantastic interview.
Psychological thrillers written by women, often with the word ‘girl’ in the title, have been coming thick and fast over the last few years. Sean Sheehan The victims of these novels – housebound by agoraphobia, alcoholic, unrecovered from their twin sister’s violent demise/loss of a child/husband/parent/ self-harming/ suppressing […]
Wahabi Islam and evangelical Christianity are both growing in this tolerant and multicultural country. Multinational companies are extracting wealth and security companies profiting from social conflict, because it is an opportunity for private security firms to move in. And Sharia utopia conflicts with the desire for consumer goods.
Some facts about Bobby Sands are given in the foreword to a new publication of images by Yan Morvan taken in Belfast and Derry in 1980-81. They speak for themselves and then the photographs speak. Sean Sheehan Booby Sands was first imprisoned in 1972 and after his release […]
Maria Auxiliadora Lara Barcelos was a Brazilian revolutionary, who, like Dilma Roussef was tortured during the dictatorship. She continued her activism in Chile, and committed suicide in Berlin. It explores her inner life in exile through the letters she wrote to her family, texts and archive footage, as a way of saying: Never again!