Cleo Gravett, Print Satire Editor, reflects on her experience at the Futures Physical Theatre Masterclass
Fruitful Festivities: Turtle Bay Christmas cocktail review
Cleo Gravett chronicles her tasting journey at Turtle Bay Exeter, offering her opinion on the best Christmas cocktails to try out.
Single review: Lizzo – 2 Be Loved
Cleo Gravett reviews Lizzo’s new single, 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready) from her new album, Special.
The statue of peace: the painful past of Japanese sexual violence in Korea
The statue of peace: the painful past of Japanese sexual violence in Korea If you go to Seoul, you might see a lonely statue of a girl with butterfly wings. Cleo has learnt how this statue serves as a valuable reminder of a traumatic episode of Korean history which continues to affect relations between South […]
Korea Move: Korea Politicians
Korea Move: Korean Politicians and the 2022 Presidential Election In another instalment of her recurring segment, Korea Move, Cleo covers the politics of South Korea and talks about the promises made during the recent presidential election that threw out Moon Jae-in The 20th President of South Korea will take office in May, following a March […]
Review: Fresh Though not without its flaws and questionable tropes, Mimi Cave’s debut feature succeeds as a soft-horror exploration of online dating and modern love. Fresh is a particularly difficult film to write a spoiler-free review about, though I do urge you to watch it and find out why. I pressed play knowing ‘the twist’ […]
Album Review: Rex Orange County – WHO CARES?
Cleo Gravett reviews the latest project from Rex Orange County.
FAQs: How to participate in Dry January without avoiding alcohol
Cleo Gravett, Print Satire Editor, queries how to celebrate Dry January festivities whilst still drinking
Single Review: Father John Misty – Funny Girl
Satire Editor Cleo Gravett reviews the new Father John Misty single, ‘Funny Girl’.
Korea Move: A Search for Seoul Food
Korea Move: A Search for Seoul Food Cleo Gravett scours Seoul for a little culinary adventure and finds the foodstuff which keeps South Korea on the move. In every national cuisine, there’s a quiet hero. Reliable, prolific, delicious. In England, it may be the bag of chips, or the tasty, flaky pie. In France, it […]