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Issue No. 1991

Resurrecting Arthur Miller

Resurrecting Arthur Miller

Resurrection Blues
Director Robert Altman
The Old Vic theatre, London
Until 22 April

This was Arthur Miller’s last play, completed just a month before his death.

It is a black comedy set in the mountains of a Latin American banana republic where a revolution is brewing.

When the rebels’ leader is captured, a New York production company swoops in to televise his execution.

Directed by Robert Altman, this is an interesting, funny play that attempts to deal with the contemporary issues.

Mary Peterson

Fukuoka collection
Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery
Until 9 April
01254 667 130

Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery has brought the Fukuoka collection of Asian modern art to Europe for the first time.

The works are on display throughout the city – from a former building society to the cathedral.

Everybody’s Welcome to the Hooley!
Out now

Everybody’s Welcome to the Hooley! is the first release on the Militant Entertainment label set up by Geoff Martin, director of the union-run Left Field stage at Glastonbury.

Leeson O’Keeffe, lead singer with Neck, said, “The song’s a reminder to Irish people that they’ve been the victims of racism down the years and that we should be in the forefront of the on-going campaign against racism and intolerance today.”

Proceeds are to go to Unite Against Fascism.

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Sat 11 Mar 2006, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1991
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