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Review: Footlights’ ‘Oklahoma’

This year’s Footlights Northcott offering is a production of the one and only Oklahoma. With music and libretto by the ineffable Rodgers and Hammerstein,...
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Alita: Battle Angel – Review

Like the cyborgs that inhabit its glossy, commercialised metropolis, Alita: Battle Angel often feels stitched together from a scrapheap of genres and concepts. Far from a...

Review: ShakeSoc’s ‘Doctor Faustus’

A wet and dreary evening set the scene for ShakeSoc’s opening night of ‘Doctor Faustus’, performed in the Chapter House at Exeter Cathedral. Its...
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Glass – Review

One doesn't need to look hard to notice that the cinematic landscape has evolved in the past couple of decades. Whilst Disney - and...

Review: Comptoir Libanais’ Vegan Feast

In celebration of the new year and Veganuary, Comptoir Libanais invited us to try their new Vegan three course set menu costing £12.95. The...
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Album Review: Death Grips – Year of the Snitch

Coming hot off of their blistering 2016 record Bottomless Pit, expectations for industrial hip-hop group Death Grips' sixth album Year of the Snitch were high....

Review: EUTCo’s ‘Lord of The Flies’ @ The Northcott

“There is a beast. Because I saw it”. I saw the beast of a show that is EUTCO’s latest Northcott offering, a contemporary retelling of...

“RAG does Take Me Out” Reviewed

IF you’ve never seen Take Me Out, let me preface this by summarising the show; this pinnacle of television sees single guys paired up...

Review: EUTCo’s ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

Morbidly chuckle-raising and intelligent in its silliness, EUTCo’s 'Arsenic and Old Lace' was a laugh for even the theatrically inexperienced like me. The Uni...

‘Twelfth Night’ Review at Hole in the Wall

The hilarious and surprisingly talented cast of Shakesoc succeeded in bringing to life all the celebrated aspects of Shakespeare’s 'Twelfth Night', adding humorous details...