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Issue No. 2325

World Spirit Forum theatre group

Glasgow’s World Spirit Forum theatre group is seeking new members for an anti-racism project in schools. Its community theatre explores “integration” and the asylum process from the perspective of those experiencing it directly.

Its theatre is based on involving the audience in resolving the problems presented by performers. For more details go to dialogue4destitution.wordpress.com


Tom Wood: Men & Women

This exhibition presents the Liverpool photographer Tom Wood’s first major show in this country. His work captures glimpses of and documents everyday life in Liverpool across over four decades. There will be more than 60 never before seen portraits.

It also includes vintage prints from his out of print publications, Looking for Love (1989), All Zones Off Peak (1998) and Photieman (2005). The exhibition runs until 6 January at The Photographers’ Gallery, London W1F 7LW.


Peter Tuffrey: Yorkshire People & Coal

This photo book tells the story of coal’s impact throughout Yorkshire’s long industrial history through pictures from the Yorkshire Post’s archive.

Themes of workplace disasters, pit closures and of course miners’ strikes come up time and again. This book is the third in Peter Tuffrey’s series, Yorkshire People.


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Tue 16 Oct 2012, 16:05 BST
Issue No. 2325
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