CURRENT AFFAIRS

EU Elections: is there any way out of this Brexit black...

The country is a shambles, and may never recover its dignity on the world stage - what a cataclysmic mess. Rest in peace Britannia, killed by lies, false promises, empirical style propaganda, vested interests, and gross ineptitude.

Capitalism is killing our planet: we must act now

Capitalism is driven by the endless pursuit of profit, and that's the stumbling block we must cross to save the planet we inhabit. Instead of having our humanity subverted to serve the marketplace, capitalism has to either be made to serve human ends and goals, or it has to be toppled.

Theatre Review: ‘Orange Polar Bear’ (Birmingham REP)

Orange Polar Bear by Sun-Duck Ko and Evan Placey Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Perhaps one of the best pieces of theatre you will see this year...

Theatre Review: Stuff (Birmingham REP)

Stuff Devised by Janice Connolly and Michael Crouch Directed by Daniel Bailey Birmingham REP Review by Georgia Kelly Hoarding is a subject we seem to know very little about,...

LIFE

London is brilliant, but absurd: why I won’t be moving back

This is perhaps the most difficult articles I've ever sat down to write - Yorkshire tea firmly gripped in hand. Firstly, I feel obliged...

Mindfulness 101 – The Mindfulness Journey

Welcome to a new series on The Daily Spectacle - Mindfulness 101. As a vocals student and former drama school student I have learnt the need to...

REVIEWS

Restaurant Review: Max’s Sandwich Shop, Crouch End, London

My son and I tried before to eat at Max’s sandwich shop once before, but due to the fact he had not checked opening times in advance...

Theatre Review – The Caretaker (Old Vic)

The Caretaker by Harold Pinter The Old Vic Theatre directed by  Matthew Warchus Reviewer: Andy Millward The new Old Vic season is in full swing, post-Spacey and in the safe hands of new...