31 January 2023
Empire of Light Review: Sex, thugs and loss of control
Barricaded behind the grand, glass doors of the Empire Cinema on a quaint, British seafront, yearning, curiosity, hope and torment intertwine in Sam Mendes’ latest work of art.
9 November 2022 – 15 November 2022
Proto-type Theatre take Dead Cats to Yorkshire
The latest instalment in Proto-type’s provocative Truth to Power project takes you into the room where the lies begin. It visits Sheffield and Harrogate this month.
30 March 2022
The Cuckoo Cage: New Origin Stories
Black British authors reimagine UK protestors as superheroes.
22 February 2022
Fashion as protest
The history of protest is incomplete without looking at what people wore. It is how people express what cannot be said, or how they reclaim their identity. Here are a few examples of how fashion has furthered protest throughout history.
26 November 2021
Extinction Rebellion target Amazon in Black Friday blockades
The climate action group Extinction Rebellion has prevented access to Amazon distribution warehouses to protest the company's carbon footprint.
29 September 2021
On the scene at largest Scottish Independence march since first lockdown
Last Saturday, independence advocate group All Under One Banner hosted their first major demonstration since the easing of Covid restrictions. Here is a firsthand account of the event.
23 August 2021
Extinction Rebellion launch new campaign of London protests
The climate change activists demand an end to ‘all new fossil fuel investment immediately’ and have organised a spate of demonstrations in London to last two weeks.
23 August 2021
Marseille McDonalds occupied illegally to give back to the community
A local McDonald’s in Marseille’s 14th district that was set for closure in 2019, has been occupied by its former employees to give back to the community.
20 August 2021
Anti-Lockdown Protesters Claim to ‘Lay Siege' to Edinburgh Castle
A group of around 20-30 protesters entered the Castle with the intent to seize it under article 61 of the Magna Carta
19 April 2021
Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activists imprisoned
The fallout of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in 2019 against mainland China has led to several prominent activists being sentenced to prison by a Chinese court.
6 April 2021
Myanmar beauty queen defies military
Beauty queen Han Lay, Miss Grand Myanmar, spoke out against her country’s military at the Miss Grand International beauty contest and now fears for her safety.
19 March 2021
Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill passes second reading in Parliament
The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has passed a second reading in Parliament amid controversy after the policing of a vigil held for Sarah Everard.
13 November 2020
Printing a Rebellion: Interview with Clive Russell
An interview with Clive Russell, prominent graphic designer and one of the earliest contributors to Extinction Rebellion, on the art style of the movement.
28 June 2020
The uprisings that preceded Stonewall
A list of lesser known LGBT uprisings that preceded the Stonewall riots
19 June 2020
My experience at a Black Lives Matter protest
Change doesn’t feel impossible.
11 June 2020
Social media - the teenager’s news platform
#blackouttuesday – help or hindrance?
11 June 2020
How to: Check your privilege (from someone who has a lot)
How to define and tackle privilege in an ever complicated world
10 June 2020
Racism isn't just an American problem
In light of recent protests, it's important to reflect on the issue within our own country.