Lauren Jones, Music Editor, reviews Beabadoobee’s sophomore album, Beatopia
Harry Hawkins considers This is the Kit’s second record, Wriggle Out The Restless.
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, reviews EUTCO’s Ideation ahead of their Edinburgh Fringe debut
Review: Ali & Ava …dissects Clio Barnard’s latest piece of social-realism for its multi-faceted inspirations and lauds its warm message. Ali & Ava is a social-realist-musical-melodrama, flush with spectacle and a love of Bob Dylan. Clio Barnard has been credited as a “new voice for British cinema” by Mark Kermode and here honours this with […]
Review: Around the World in 80 Days Piers Mucklejohn finds a lot to love in the exhilarating modern adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic novel and discusses the cultural criticism surrounding its production. There is something about watching a dishevelled David Tennant frantically scramble about the stage or screen that never quite gets old – and […]
Millie Betts explores Matt Haig’s bestselling novel, The Midnight Library
Henry Hood discusses Kazuo Ishiguro’s highly anticipated novel, Klara and the Sun.
Squid’s debut record is a genre-defying display of creativity and unbridled chaos
Sophie Wellington reviews Maisie Peters’ latest single John Hughes Movie.
For Freddie Crawford, It’s a Sin is a must watch