Marcus Rashford is challenging neoliberal framings of poverty. We should call him a hero, argues Siobhan McGuirk – without letting his sponsors off the hook
Commentary on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the UK arts industry, highlighting the danger of working class artists facing further exclusions post-lockdown – not least in world of comedy
Games and play have always functioned as tools for socialisation – and politicisation. So why do we continue to underestimate the radical potential of video games?
A celebration of theatre created at the margins, away from the pantomime of British politics.
Streaming services are meanwhile altering the way that we consume – and produce – TV. But this revolution good for politics?
Music has always been a powerful political tool. While anti-war, anti-capitalist, and anti-fascist lyrics are perhaps most readily associated with folk (as the borrowed titles on this page suggest), they are equally potent in punk, hip-hop, trova, reggae—any genre, band, or song has the potential to promote social justice. Musicians’ actions —together with those of … Continue reading Column: This machine kills fascists