Theatre Review: The Last Days of Mankind
John Davis, Professor of Education at The University of Strathclyde, reviews the Scottish/German collaboratively directed anti-war play The Last Days of Mankind, currently running at Leith Theatre, which involves an international cast of theatre groups, musicians and actors.
FilmSpace: Logan; Certain Women; I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore - reviews
In a brand new segment from our resident reviewer, Scott Wilson, we take a look at the latest films hitting the big screen
WONDERING what’s good at the movies this week? Look no further: we’ve already sent out reviewer Scott Wilson to take a look and bring back his verdicts.
Logan - ★★★★☆
Essential New Release: Jo Mango & Friends - Wrack Lines
CommonSpace music writer Jonathan Rimmer reviews a new EP from Jo Mango
THERE'S an argument to be made that art is most essential when it reflects modern life. It's in that spirit that singer-songwriter Jo Mango releases her new EP 'Wrack Lines', with a little help from her friends.
Collaborating with Rachel Sermanni, RM Hubbert, Louis Abbott (Admiral Fallow) and The Pictish Trail for tracks on the EP, Jo is donating all profits made to Creative Carbon Scotland.
Gordon Morgan: If capitalism is dead, what happens next?
Economist Gordon Morgan explores the themes in Paul Mason's new book, PostCapitalism: A Guide To Our Future
THE financial collapse of 2008 and subsequent recession, depression and crises across the world give decisive evidence that the neo-liberal consensus governing economic policy for 25 years is breaking down.
Indeed, neo-liberalism, starting with Pinochet in 1973 in Chile and continuing into Greece in 2015, is a failed experiment.