Tom Bosher reviews Rhod Gilbert’s ‘The Book of John’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
Ellie Cook, Senior Online Editor, reviews Josh Widdicombe’s ‘Bit Much’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
M ost people would brand Tom Odell as that blonde-haired, angel-faced yodeller with pretty cool piano skills and at least one single they associate him with – most likely ‘Another Love’ or ‘Magnetised’. I personally knew several of his songs, and brought an avid fan in the form of my friend along with me, so […]
I was lucky enough to interview the lovely Neyla Pekarek before seeing her live last month. You may have heard of her band, The Lumineers, they are the reason when I say “Ho” you think “Hey”. Plus they have recently released a damn good album, Cleopatra. Whilst I tried to not be too starstruck, we […]
FULL TIME – Exeter City 0-2 Plymouth Argyle 14:32 – 73' Holmes comes close, hitting the post. Exeter feel they can get one back #DevonDerby — Exeposé Sport (@ExeposeSport) September 17, 2016 14:24 – 63' SUB: Grant off for Reid – loud boos and a 'JUDAS' flag unveiled by the Argyle fans #DevonDerby — Exeposé Sport […]
I admit, having only ever participated in one ballet dance class many moons ago, and failing miserably, I never felt as if I’d missed out on much (all that Plié-ing was never meant for someone with such a severe lack of agility). Or at least, that’s what I thought until I saw the West End’s touring production of Billy […]
E very morning I can be certain of one thing. I can be certain that within the first ten YikYaks I read, one will be aimed at making fun of Plymouth University. I mean yes, there are of course the inevitable other yaks complaining about lectures, fire alarms in Birks and the banter about one […]
Nerf society is a relatively new society, founded in 2013. We grew to over 100 members in 2014 and we now have over 120. This extremely rapid growth was our first major financial challenge, as suddenly our events were four times larger, dwarfing the scope of our initial start-up funds. However, there were larger financial […]
There are little girls everywhere in the audience, with criss-crossed plaits pinned tightly across their heads, pink bows peeking from pristine buns and excitedly clutching programmes. This is a vision of every young girl in dance class taking their first trip to the ballet, and I am reminded of my own first trip as an […]
Once upon a time, there lived a disorganised fresher who, whilst sprinting for the train began to ponder how unacquainted she was with the wonder of dance. As the train doors shut and she collapsed into her seat, the fresher considered what she knew… A supposed Gothic Romance, complimented by the divine Tchaikovsky score, a […]