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Salt, a not-so-quiet trauma

SelinaT

  My first step towards Salt, the compelling new solo show from Leeds-based artist Selina Thompson, is wrong-footed. Miscommunication has the friend I’m going to see it with thinking it’s on at Tobacco Factory, so we decide to drive. But it’s on at Arnolfini. In the centre of Bristol. At 6.30pm. On a sunny Friday….

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Under the radar: Black History Month

ThatManOfMine

This month is Black History month, and here at The World is Listening we take great pride in shining a light on some of the women who, we feel, might have fallen under the radar. We’ve compiled a playlist of some of the great unsung heroines in music, spanning punk, ska, hip hop and of…

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