Ariane Joudrey discusses the implications that streaming theatrical productions may have on the experience of the viewer and how this may influence the way in which people respond the the return of live theatre
Lockdown Reading List
Arts + Lit writers share their recommendations for the best books to get you through quarantine.
The Online Literary Communi-‘tea’
Online Arts and Literature Editor, Ariane Joudrey, discusses the different platforms of online literature communities.
Bang Bang! at Northcott Theatre
Ariane Joudrey, Online Arts and Literature Editor, and Tom Dormer, Online Science Editor, reviews John Cleese’s ‘Bang! Bang!’ at Northcott Theatre.
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores the Barbican’s recent art exhibition, AI: More Than Human.
Putting the ‘A’, ‘I’, into Audiobooks
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, explores Chinese search engine, Sogou’s, use of AI in creating audiobooks.
Single Review: Shawn Mendes – If I Can’t Have You
Ariane Joudrey reviews Shawn Mendes’ latest single.
REVIEW Shakespeare Society’s ‘Hamlet’
Online Arts and Lit Editor, Ariane Joudrey, gives Shakespeare Society’s ‘Hamlet’ a 5-star review.
Exeter’s Top Study Spaces
Has staring at the same library walls for hours upon end left you feeling unmotivated, disillusioned and frankly, a little bit dead inside? It may be time to say goodbye to Forum Marketplace and venture out into the great unknown, as one of these lesser known study spaces may be able to evoke the inspiration […]
Single Review: Taylor Swift – ME!
Two years after the release of her hit album Reputation, which shocked the world with her dramatic snake motif after the suspenseful anticipation, Taylor Swift is back again and entering a new era. Her brand-new song ‘ME!’, featuring Panic! At the Disco’s Brendan Urie, is about “embracing your individuality and owning it”. The ingenious lyrics […]