Austin Taylor discusses Banned Books Week and the issues of literary censorship
Amber Hogan guides you through online gallery gift shops and recommends her favourite finds.
A Reading Wish List Anna Hayward shares what is currently on her reading wish list It’s hard to beat a book for the perfect gift. They can be appealing in so many ways, whether it’s the well-loved charity shop book, the newly released read, the highly acclaimed autobiography or the number one bestseller you’ve been […]
Katie Dunbar summarises the Art and Lit community’s favourite books of 2020
Kamila Bell, Print Comment Editor reviews Spotlight’s ‘Shine like the Sun’.
Are you scared of failure? It’s a tricky one, isn’t it. When I asked myself this question, my instinctive answer was no. Why should I be? Trial and error is the most natural way of learning. All animals do it. But then memories began to surface. A Level results day. Violin exams. My driving test. My second […]
“The streets are deserted. There are no more streets. Just torn-up ditches filled with rubble between rows of ruins.” Okay, so a book about the second world war was always going to be at least a little depressing. But, Hitler’s Last Day: Minute by Minute manages to strike an excellent balance in a lot of ways, while […]
Kate Jones catches up with job-hunting expert Oni Bhattacharya to give you the best tips on how to bag your dream job… Caught in a whirlwind of lectures, socialising and generally living the student life, it’s often hard for us students to take stock of the fact that the end of our degrees (and often […]
This week Carmen Paddock reviews Jane Bodie’s ‘A Single Act’, which focuses on the lives of two couples in the wake of a terrorist attack … For such a young company, Jane Bodie’s A Single Act is a daring choice. It is a ninety minute tour de force, requiring a complete lack of inhibition on […]