Reviews

Beyond the Fragments?

Review: by Joy Macready 2013 edition Authors: Sheila Rowbotham, Lynne Segal, Hilary Wainwright Beyond the Fragments: Feminism and the Making of Socialism was a seminal book in the 1980s. It […]

Workers Power  ·  09 October 2013

Review: Why it's Kicking Off everywhere: The New Global Revolutions

Chris Clough reviews Paul Mason’s latest book Paul Mason’s new book Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere is a thought-provoking look at the wave of struggle that is currently sweeping the […]

Workers Power  ·  12 June 2012

Reliving a crucial battle of the working class

Joy Macready reviews The Battle of Orgreave (2002)

Workers Power  ·  16 March 2012

Taking the red pill – Marx Reloaded review

Simon Hardy reviews Marx Reloaded by Jason Barker (2011) MARX IS back, but are his ideas still relevant? That is the basic theme of this documentary by Jason Barker. Having a documentary about […]

Workers Power  ·  16 March 2012

Review: The Riots by Gillian Slovo

Joy Macready reviews The Riots at Tricycle Theatre on between 17 November – 10 December

Workers Power  ·  07 December 2011

Review: Ides of March

The Ides of March could not come at a more politically appropriate time, for this is a story about the credibility of politics and the struggle between principled idealists and […]

Workers Power  ·  07 November 2011

Review: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

“There is a mole at the top of the circus…” THESE WORDS open up a well made and tense thriller, directed by  Tomas Alfredson. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, now remade as […]

Workers Power  ·  27 September 2011

Review: Attack the Block – when aliens invade south London

Directed by Joe Cornish

Jeremy Dewar  ·  30 May 2011

Obituary: Gil Scott Heron Poet, musician, author, fighter

Jeremy Dewar reviews the life of GIl Scott Heron, who died 27 May 2011 The revolution will not be right back after a message ‘bout a white tornado, white lightning […]

Workers Power  ·  30 May 2011

Review: Playing with Politics?

Rachel Hodgins reviews Playing with Fire by David Edgar, National Theatre to 21 October The past few years have seen a welcome revival of political theatre in Britain. David Edgar […]

Workers Power  ·  09 January 2005

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