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Art Culture

Free the Pussy! At Summerhall

It is easy to walk through a gallery and ‘not really get it’. The passion and anger at Free the Pussy! is, however, explicit and impossible to misunderstand. This is underlined by the (welcome) absence of labels to be found at almost all other white cube exhibitions – the political, cultural and social interests of these […]

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Fringe

Pussy Riot: Riot Days

So, you say you want a revolution? Well, handily, Maria “Masha” Alyokhina, a founding third of Pussy Riot, wrote the book – like, actually. Her memoir Riot Days, published in 2017, reads like poetic justice, from the first inklings of post-punk Pussy Riot in 2011 to the infamous performance at Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the […]