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Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

The Favourite Review

Yorgos Lanthimos has already made history this year with his incredible new film, The Favourite. The black comedy period film stars Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and...

Media & Technology BY Sam Robertson

The Evolution of Esports: Is Esports...

Esports started in the 1980s on Arcade Machines, with small tournaments hosted by developers like Taito. Now Esports has become part of mainstream culture, involves large organisations, contracts,...

Film Reviews BY Dylan Henty

Are the Oscars still relevant?

Beginning in the dark, with noise like fireworks and an uncomfortable ringing in the ears, a mumbling, disjointed voice rambles the words of an abuser, hatefully remembered by...

Film Reviews BY Zach Thomas Mckee

Thank you Jordan Peele: Get Out and Us

Who doesn’t love a horror film? There is just something different about sitting down in a dark room then realising the dark room was a bad idea 20...

Arts BY Amy Corker

Waitress on Waitress

Waitress on Waitress: The hit Broadway musical finally reaches London’s West End. Sugar, butter, flour and a whole cup-full of emotions, Waitress: The Musical will make you laugh,...

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Arts BY Sam Booth

Queer Folk in Folk Music – Jordaan M...

Queer music has continuously played an integral role within queer communities and identities, calls for action and awareness of key issues faced by queer people almost always incorporate...

Media & Technology BY Harry Gudgin

Green Book vs. BlacKkKlansman: Are t...

The Academy Awards have always had a complicated relationship with race. For the most part, the Academy is made up of older white men and this is reflected...

Culture & society BY Charlotte Anderson

Brash and Loutish

Chavs, Charvas, Chavvies. No matter which is in your vocabulary, I guarantee that a very similar image pops into everyone’s head when one of these terms is used....

Film Reviews BY Beth Sawdon

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan has finally brought us the concluding story for what is now known as the ‘Eastrail 177 Trilogy’. This superhero-thriller has been highly anticipated by many...

Arts BY Ashleigh Dean

Bringing History to the 21st Century...

The figurative storm that hit New York City in the shape of a Broadway show had been building since 2009, when a certain Lin-Manuel Miranda performed the opening...

Culture & society BY Beth Sawdon

What is it about Horror films that m...

For almost 100 years we have been hiding behind sofas, peeking over popcorn boxes and scaring ourselves silly with horror films. We leave our local cinemas frightened, disgusted...