Socialist Worker photographer Angela Stapleford is one of the contributors to the Imprint photography exhibition. Angela is exploring issues of power production. Other contributors include Joe Hall and Molly Lock.
Imprint opens on Monday 3 April, 7pm, Chats Palace, 42?44 Brooksby’s Walk, London E9 and continues to 16 April. It then moves to the Menier Gallery in London Bridge on 18-22 April.
My Name is Rachel Corrie
Playhouse Theatre, London
Until 7 May
Rachel Corrie was a 23 year old US peace activist who was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in 2003. She was trying to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian family’s home.
Adapted from Rachel’s own writings – from her journal and her e-mails to friends and family – this is a powerful and moving one woman show.
Socialist Worker readers can get a top price seat for £20. Phone 0870 060 6331 and quote e-mail offer.
BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
29 Mar - 12 Apr
The 20th Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is showing a series of films from all over the world in various venues around London.
One of the highlights of the festival is The Journey, an Indian film about two women, their relationship and the community’s reaction.
The festival also includes 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous. This is a witty account of growing up gay in a New Zealand farming community in 1975.
Harold Pinter – Art, Truth & Politics
Out 31 March
Playwright Harold Pinter videotaped the lecture he gave when he accepted his Nobel Prize for Literature late last year.
The lecture is delivered directly to camera. It is a reflection on his own writing and an attack on the foreign policy of a “brutal, ruthless and scornful” US.
He talks about his work, political theatre, the invasion of Iraq and the US’s crimes around the world.