Online Comment editor, Gaia Neiman, reviews Exeter University’s Shakespeare Company’s ‘King Lear’ performed at Exeter Cathedral.
His Dark Materials is one of the BBC’s latest dramas, based on the book series of the same name by Philip Pullman. The 8 episode premiere series, based primarily around the first book ‘Northern Lights’ has been showing each Sunday over the last few weeks. Now, I am a fan of the books and when […]
Freda Worrell reviews Northcott Theatre’s latest pantomime, Beauty and the Beast.
Continuing our Print counterparts Literature of the Decade feature, our writers review some of their favourite literature of the last ten years. Imogen Williams reviews Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’.
Ellie Cook, Senior Online Editor, reviews Josh Widdicombe’s ‘Bit Much’ at Plymouth Pavilions.
Anna Romanovska, Print Lifestyle Editor, reviews Spotlights Show Choir’s newest show, ‘Expressing Yourself’.
Bridie Adams appreciates Eli’s adoption of classic horror tropes but ultimately finds it a confusing watch.
Katie Worrell reviews ‘Black Men Walking”s ‘Poetry, Passion and Politics’ at Northcott Theatre.
Issy Murray finds the return to the IT universe suitably frightening and enthralling.
Freya Insoll reviews Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and gives an insight into the expansive range of artefacts it has to offer.