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Art capsule: echoes of ’87

Andy Warhol, arguably the most famous pop artist of the twentieth century, passed away in his sleep from sudden post-operative arrhythmia after gallbladder surgery...

Review: Twenty Something @ The Bike Shed Theatre

Freya Bardell bursts onto the stage, gyrating to the Pussycat Dolls’ 'When I Grow Up'. I would say I was surprised, but then the...

Review: How to Win at Breakups

Being ushered into the M&D Room, a certain tall, handsome fellow caught my eye immediately. He was already on stage and appeared to be...

Review: Twelfth Night @ Cygnet Theatre

I studied Twelfth Night four years ago under the guidance of my English teacher, who passed away this year in August. Although I know...

Review: Private Lives @ Plymouth Theatre Royal

When I set out on the road to Plymouth, I had no idea of the excitement I was in for that evening; London Classic...

Review: People, Places and Things @ Exeter Northcott

People Places & Things has been the undoubted thing to see for the theatre geeks this term and, as a proud theatre nerd myself,...

Wherefore art thou 1987?

Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons Written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons, Watchmen was intended to showcase the unique artistic power...

War and Peace: the essential 1,255 pages

War and Peace is as poignant in 2017 as it was when first published in the 1860s. Set during the French invasion of Russia,...

Canon, colour and colony

University of Cambridge student Lola Olufemi penned an open letter to the university’s English faculty that sought to broaden the current English curriculum to...

Review: ‘Sunked’ @ the Bike Shed Theatre

Chris has a dream. He’s tired of feeling that his life is going nowhere fast, tired of working in a café, tired of feeling...