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Experiencing inequality – misogyny and racism in Exeter

Growing up as a woman of colour, you’re taught to tone down your identity. We experience so many forms of casual to extreme racism,...

Not Just a Pretty Face

Director Olorunfemi Fagunwa was rejected as a candidate for directing theatre through the Kenneth Branagh New Writing Award at Windsor Fringe Festival because "the committee...

The carnival comes to town: a critique of Rio SSB

  The Safer Sex Ball - a celebration of all things sexy, or a cover up for some darker issues behind the six-pack and stilettos?   So...

Bechdel: A Useful Test

How useful is the Bechdel test? Harriet Large assesses gender bias in films.  In the present day we live in a world that is consistently...

A Thousand Splendid Suns – Khaled Hosseini

Conor Byrne introduces us to this shocking, moving and powerful masterpiece... Khaled Hosseini is best known as the author of the internationally bestselling The Kite...