by Daniel Underwood - 27 January 2015
“Who are you?” If I asked you that, what would you tell me? What would you represent yourself with? […]
by Louis Chilton - 25 January 2015
There is an electrifying uniqueness to Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s latest film, Oscar front-runner Birdman. The director, previously reaching heights of […]
by Daniel Underwood - 24 January 2015
When the schedule for this term’s plays at the drama barn was released back in December, I have to admit […]
by Tarah Farrer - 17 January 2015
DramaSoc’s production of Neil LaBute’s Autobahn managed to deal with incredibly dark topics, while still including light comic relief through […]
by Daniel Underwood - 17 January 2015
So, when I conducted my preview, ‘chaotic’ was the word which was batted about quite freely with regard to Rosie O’Sullivan’s Mother’s […]
by Daniel Underwood - 15 January 2015
Week 2: after exams, post-essays, and in the wake of a mind-numbing hangover which they justified. It’s back to normal. […]
by George Dabby - 15 January 2015
George Dabby previews club night Bangers & Mash and guests DARK SKY
by Selina Pope - 13 January 2015
Scene Editor Selina Pope chats to Nicholas Galitzine, an up and coming actor, musician and model on how he fell into acting, what it was like working with choreographer Dave Scott and the BIFA awards.
by Tom Williams - 13 January 2015
Tom Williams gives us the low down on Joaquin Phoenix
by Anoosh Djavaheri - 13 January 2015
Hip-hop has gone downhill this year, but can the underground artists save the day? Anoosh Djavaheri recaps the past year.
by Becky Welch - 13 January 2015
Becky Welch questions just how real reality TV is.
by Tom Davies - 13 January 2015
Tom Davies discusses some TV shows which definitely weren’t cancelled too soon…
by Daniel Underwood - 13 January 2015
“It’s a film” my friend declares, “the one with Daniel Radcliffe” he adds for good measure. “Actually, I think you’ll […]
by Markella Apergi - 12 January 2015
WARNING: contains hard-core ethanol. Are you in the mood for a Barack Obama? Could some Latino beats lift your spirits? […]
by Tom Williams - 29 December 2014
Tom Williams reviews Richard Linklater’s much hyped film ‘Boyhood’ which has been in the making for 12 years… Does it meet its expectations?
by Catherine Allsop - 29 December 2014
Catherine Allsop reviews Julia Franck’s newly translated novel, West, which examines life behind the Iron Curtain and highlights the hypocrisy of the West in its treatment of immigrants from East Berlin.
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