Gender roles and how they shape society are explored in an innovative new play set in the world of William Shakespeare’s plays, says Pat Clinton
Was a rightward shift was inevitable for the generation that rose up against the Vietnam War?
Director Frank Berry challenges the concept of prison reform in his new drama Michael Inside
Director Agnes Varda and photographer JR travel around France and put up huge photographs of the people they meet
Architect Renzo Piano has made a successful career out of designing buildings that ordinary people are largely excluded from using
The Northern Carnival against the Nazis—a rally and concert held on 15 July 1978 in Moss Side, Manchester—was a defining moment in establishing anti-racism in the city and beyond.
Powerful pieces are on display at British Museum’s latest big show but its eclecticism means their context is lacking, argues Hassan Mahamdallie