Tag : Steph Green

Review: Music Theatre Society Presents Bare

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In Music Theatre Society’s Bare,  directed by James Marsh, a group of Catholic school students navigate the complexities of their faith along with their own coming-of-age woes, dealing with themes like teenage pregnancy, drug use, sexuality and bullying. Along with more conventional and at times predictable plot points, fear not: … Read More

Old Before His Time: The Man Researching His Own Premature Ageing Condition

8 months ago / 0 comments

English and French student Stephanie Green is currently doing an internship with the charity EURORDIS – Rare Diseases Europe in Paris. In time for Rare Disease Day 2018, she had the opportunity to speak to Sammy Basso, the world’s eldest person living with Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria. “Happiness is often a choice … Read More

Peace @ Stylus, 22/3/17

2 years ago / 0 comments

“I’m sorry I don’t have much banter, I haven’t spoken to anyone but myself for a year,” frontman Harry Koisser jokes, clad in full camo print and a ‘Choose Love’ t-shirt. This could well be true – there’s been a musical absence of a year and a half, with Peace … Read More

In the Middle with Superfood

2 years ago / 0 comments

Dom sounds a bit worse for wear as we chat over the phone. He’d been at the NME awards the night before with friend and flatmate, Harry Koisser. “Everyone who was playing came back to our house, and I was in bed by like, 2am, but they were in the … Read More

Review: OT’s Ink Boy – an impressive piece of new writing

2 years ago / 0 comments

On Thursday night, the Alec Clegg theatre saw the first ever performance of Hugo Jones and Josh Kirby’s new writing, ‘Ink Boy’ – a surrealist dark comedy about Gordon, a hapless and uninspired employee who is mistakenly granted seven wishes by a mysterious fairy godmother. Played by Kieran Bose Rosling, … Read More

‘Food Porn’ vs ‘Clean Eating’: are they more similar than we really think?

2 years ago / 0 comments

“I despair of the term ‘clean eating’…it necessarily implies that any other form of eating – and consequently the eater of it – is dirty or impure and thus bad.” – Nigella Lawson. In an age where food has perhaps never been so digitally in our faces, with 10-second videos … Read More

Review: The Leeds Tealights – Stunning and original student comedy

2 years ago / 0 comments

The Leeds Tealights have long established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, having plenty of 5-star reviews under their belts; they haven’t let this faze them though, and their new show ‘Rebirth’ was funnier, fresher, and more bizarre than ever. Warm-up act Will Duggan provided plenty of laughs, … Read More

“I intend to live forever”: Leonard Cohen dies age 82

2 years ago / 0 comments

“I said I was ready to die recently. And I think I was exaggerating. I’ve always been into self-dramatisation. I intend to live forever.” Today, the world awoke to heartbreak. This is a sentiment that has resurfaced throughout a rather dismal 2016, which has seen musical legends dropping like flies, … Read More