Dark River, The B*easts, BBC TV's Civilisations, Fire Sermon, Pop! Art in Chichester
Ruth Wilson in Dark River, The B*easts at London's Bush Theatre, BBC TV's new series Civilisations, Fire Sermon by Jamie Quatro, Pop! Art in a Changing Britain in Chichester.
Ruth Wilson stars in British film Dark River; a tragedy about a family coping with death on a rundown farm in Yorkshire,
The B*easts at London's Bush Theatre is an exploration of the pornification of culture and the sexualisation of children.
Kenneth Clark's landmark 1969 BBC TV series Civilisation explored the history of Western art, architecture and philosophy since the Dark Ages. It's now been remade as Civilisations.
Fire Sermon is a novel by Jamie Quatro about a mother devoted to her family who begins an affair, throwing all her moral certainties into a spiral.
Pop! Art in a Changing Britain is a new exhibition at Chichester's Pallant Gallery. The issues raised by pop artists in the 50s and 60s about mass media, the cult of celebrity, questions of identity and prevalent political concerns still resonate today.
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Kate Maltby, Viv Groskop and Kevin Jackson. The producer is Oliver Jones.
Dark River (Cert 15) is on wide release
The B*easts runs at The Bush Theatre in London until 3rd March.
Fire Sermon by Jamie Quatro is published by Picador
Pop! Art in a Changing Britain
Pop! Art in a Changing Britain is at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester until 7th May
Image:Patrick Caulfield, Coloured Still Life, 1967, © Janet Nathan Caulfield
Civilisations is on BBC 2 on Thursday 1st March at 2100
|Interviewed Guest||Kate Maltby|
|Interviewed Guest||Viv Groskop|
|Interviewed Guest||Kevin Jackson|