Making a comeback for the first time in over two years, Daniel Avery hit up Wire’s soundsystem on the 31st January, with support from Leeds based DJs Zoe Pea and Josh. Due to his breakthrough […]
Whilst the national conversation has been dominated by talk of Corbyn and the rebirth of the parliamentary left, an intellectual revolution has been taking place behind the scenes. Grace Blakeley, author of Stolen: How to […]
Chesca Henderson-Cox made her way down to Wire on the 28/09/2019 to fall under Call Super’s sonic spell as her took over the packed out venue. Pumping tunes beckoned me onto the dance floor, red […]
Around the World in 80 Daysis showing at the Leeds Playhouse Pop Up Theatre, until the 28th April. As well as offering a thoroughly entertaining rendition of an old classic, whilst maintaining an impressive resemblance […]
The opening of Bellarmines and Bootlegs by Renee So at the Henry Moore Institute was certainly an eye-opening experience, in more ways than one. Not only was her work a fascinating insight into how bold […]
It’s no secret that many Leeds students love drugs. They consistently score highly when data is collected on drug usage by university, most recently coming fifth, and the fashion choices that most of them make […]
Amidst the seemingly endless debate sparked by the four hour behemoth that is HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, One question in particular has been plaguing the nation. Can we keep listening to Michael Jackson’s music? Should […]
Brenda’s Got a Baby is a spectacular piece of theatre, exploring how class dynamics play out in a working class community and at a Russell Group university.
Dinner 18:55 is a fresh and original take on theatre, moving away from traditional narrative forms to explore human relationships and how they’re shaped by age. An ambitious project from the get go, the show […]
In light of plans by the Weidler auction house in Nuremberg to sell a number of paintings done by Adolf Hitler, Charley Weldrick explores the ways in which we judge art and whether or not work done by figures such as Hitler should even be put to auction in the first place.
Live at Leeds takes over the city on the 4th May to give a platform the best underground music. Charley Weldrick takes a look at the lineup following the latest announcement of acts. Flicking through […]
Charley explores the real reason that advertisers are using public debates in their marketing campaigns, and whether it’s for anyone’s gain but their owns. The Gillette ad, much like the Iceland palm oil ad, is […]