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Review: Jon Richardson @ Plymouth Pavilions

Jon Richardson started his October 6th show at Plymouth Pavilions with the removal of his cardigan- which, if you are an 8 Out of...

Review: Hedda Gabler

How exactly does one adapt a play for a modern audience without losing too much of the flavour of the original? Frequently termed the...
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Review: Bojack Horseman Season 4

Mild spoilers for Season 4 of Bojack Horseman(definitely watch the trailer first). Bojack Horseman has been a great show for a while now. Its vicious,...

The Breakfast Club – No. 1 Polsloe

No. 1 Polsloe, the clue is in the name. Located on Polsloe Road, this quaint café provides delicious food, the best value and an...

Review: Izindava @ Exeter Northcott

Haunting backlights, dark silhouettes and convicting voiceovers - the implications of deeper truths and knowledge are hardly deficient in Bawren Tavaziva’s Izindava. The dancers...

Review: Kingsman 2: A Franchise Still Standing

Matthew Vaughn is one of the most confident and defined English filmmakers of the modern era. After his directorial debut Layer Cake (the film...

False and Spurious: NIGHTCRAWLER

The 87th Academy Awards were perhaps the most competitive in recent years with The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, Birdman, American Sniper, Foxcatcher,...

Review: Twelfth Night @ The Globe Theatre

Twelfth Night has always been one of Shakespeare’s most memorable and fun-filled comedies. The Globe’s most recent production definitely fulfils that legacy, albeit with...

Review: the Young Vic’s ‘Yerma’

Broadcast live from the Young Vic theatre, Simon Stone’s reworking of Federico García Lorca’s play, Yerma, can be summed up in two words; brutally chaotic....

Review: The Handmaid’s Tale

In 1985, during a decade characterised by fervent sexual politics, Margaret Atwood published her landmark dystopian novel, “The Handmaid’s Tale”. It prophesises that in...