THEIR story has charmed the world, becoming an unlikely global cinema hit of 2015 – and now a permanent memorial to Mark Ashton, one of the founding members of the campaign group Lesbian and
POP music legend Peter Sarstedt who died on January 8, had a long-running connection with Camden, and during the 80s and 90s was often found entertaining audiences with impromptu appearances at two
It was an inconvenient truth that gave new meaning to the term ‘women’s movement’. Jane Clinton learns, via a play starring Alison Steadman, just how contentious an issue installing public loos for ladies was.
IT reads like a very modern protest: the campaign against the lack of public lavatories on our high streets.
IT is an issue parents today know all too well – offspring who seem to spend their entire lives with their eyes glued to their smartphones.
A SMALL silk buttonhole, a pamphlet on how to avoid arrest and a petition for women to sit their medical degree exams.
ACCLAIMED actor Simon Callow, who has returned to the Arts Theatre for a limited season with his inimitable version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, has protested at the exorbi
From the city that gave you Billy Connolly, Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle, celebrate Burns Night with a line-up of top names showcasing the Glasgow Live International Comedy Festival. Acts like Simon Munnery, Fern Brady and Tiff Stevenson take to the Leicester Square Theatre stage on January 25th.