During refresher’s week at the beginning of term 2, our editorial team organised a series of workshops for Exeposé members. Below are pictures taken at the workshop on reviews, which was led by Online Editor Harry Shepherd. All photos taken by Natasa Christofidou, Exeposé chief photographer.
Having studied this play for a second year English module, I was intrigued for the High Wall Theatre’s interpretation of it. As such a classically and canonically considered text in English heritage, many expected, or perhaps wanted, a faithful adaptation. But the best art shakes up the world a little. The theatre company advertises the […]
IT, by Stephen King Stephen King’s IT is one of his most successful novels, and with good reason: it’s absolutely terrifying. A tale of two time periods, childhood and adulthood, it follows the lives of the ‘Losers’ Club’: a group of friends in Derry, as they face a resurgent evil buried deep within their town. […]
Jenipher Ouma discusses the advantages of e-readers and the different possibilities they offer from print books. There is a certain magic involved when reading print. The mechanical process of turning pages, getting a whiff of the new book smell while enjoying a cup of tea is something to look forward to. In my opinion, reading an […]
You might not have heard about Daniel Sloss recently, but he’s certainly not disappeared from the circuit. Instead, he’s taken his fiery wit overseas to America, where he’s been met by great success on The Late Late Show and Conan. Now, he’s gravitated back to Edinburgh for another sell-out tour… You’re taking your tour, Dark, to the Exeter Phoenix in November. Are you excited to visit the West […]
Rachel Alcock-Hodgson reviews the vibrant performance as it returns to the Northcott [dropcap size=big]I[/dropcap] AM by no means a ballet, or even dance, afi cionado, so had little idea of what to expect from Ballet Black. By chance, I had seen Ballet Revolución – a Cuban dance group who combine ballet and contemporary dance – at Latitude festival over the summer. […]