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It’s not about the music anymore: Glastonbury from another perspective

The economy of human hedonism; people pass in droves innumerable. They flatten in colour over the horizon as I look through the flaps in...

Review: Bristol Dramasoc’s “A Sleepless Night”

In just one and a half weeks Bristol Dramasoc devised an animated and fun loving piece, gracing our own M&D stage with childish vigour. ...

Review: The Brexit Club

  We could be forgiven for forgetting that somewhere, amongst the fog of the Brexit headlines and the smog of the Farage drivel: o cleverly...

Review: Sealed

Imagine one day, through the post, you receive a sealed envelope. Inside the envelope, there is an address to a house somewhere in central...

Review: Bright

I had high expectations for this piece of new writing, put on by Theatre with Teeth, and was not disappointed. As a writing and directing...

Working out the kinks: (S)exeter talks about erotic literature

Since the explosion of 50 Shades of Grey, erotic literature seems to have divided public opinion. Two Exeter students discuss the pros and cons...

Review: “Room” by Emma Donoghue

O ur nightmares are filled with fears of claustrophobia, feelings of imminent danger and monsters. The monsters of our dreams don’t exist, but some people...

Review: Holes @ Edinburgh Fringe

On a remote desert island Ian (Jack Smail) and Gus (Calum Wragg-Smith), quite possibly the last two men left alive, stand before sixteen-year-old Erin...

Review: Vera Vera Vera

“Bobby’s dead and you’re still breathing. That’s a fucking walking talking tragedy that is.” Delivered during one of the play’s most intense scenes, this...

The best of the fests

With festival season already upon us some of our Arts and Lit writers showcase some festivals that are sure to bring some sunshine to your...

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