This event is bringing its famous Andalusian carnival spirit back to London’s Southbank. Taking place this year in Spain Gardens, from 25th to 27th May, it will once again line the banks of the Thames with colourful stalls serving up Flamenco dancing shows, interactive workshops and live Spanish music. […]
Epic science fiction from China, on a scale spanning light years, combines narrative dexterity with a reactionary world view. Sean Sheehan Cixin Liu’s intellectual appropriation of the science fiction genre is seriously impressive and manifested in a brain-tickling trilogy of novels: “The three-body problem”, “The dark forest” and […]
“She” is a nineteenth-century novel by H. Rider Haggard, later made into a movie, starring Ursula Andress in the title role. Steve Latham It is the story of a group of European explorers, who discover a lost African tribe, ruled over by a white queen. It is, of […]
Islam, Muslim and extremist: concepts that in recent years define a whole community that has seen itself submerged in a wave of racism and violent attacks.
This is happening because that connection that is made with his religion, and ends up in some degree, causing the result that “hate crimes against Muslims are increasing”.
Migration is a topic that many people can relate to, and a new play – based on real life experiences – will explore the four main reasons why people decide to migrate and will challenge the oppressive policies surrounding it. It will be shown in London this June. Mehdy […]