To kickstart the Gryphon’s column on Drag Race UK, Eleanor Noyce recaps Episode 1 with all its sass and shade.
Amongst all the anxiety of the current environment, “Feel Good” is the much-needed tonic to life’s woes. As much of the media speculates about the ongoing dreaded C-word pandemic, Canadian comedian Mae Martin’s semi-autobiographical TV […]
The issue of female representation on festival line-ups, or the lack thereof, is very contemporary. Keychange, a Creative Europe programme supported by the European Union, reports that forty-five European-wide music festivals are working towards a […]
Leeds-based Sounds Like A Storm are, to pardon the pun, taking West Yorkshire by storm. Last Wednesday, they played their headline show at Oporto on Call Lane to an excitable audience of friends, family, and […]
How many queer mixed-race women can you name that have written, directed and produced? Probably not many. Even better, how many bisexual mixed-race women can you name? It goes without saying that queer women, particularly […]
Tuesday saw the much-anticipated release of indie band Sundara Karma’s new single, ‘Illusions’. Attendees of their set at Saturday’s Neighbourhood festival in Manchester were treated to an exclusive listening of this; Twitter tells me the […]
The legacy of colonialism is ever-enduring. Since the 1600s, European powers Spain, Portugal, Germany, and Britain alike have been colonizing all over the world. Age-old Conservatives, including dear-old Boris, speak of traditional “British” values and […]
It’s no secret that the NHS is in crisis. Chronically underfunded by the current Conservative administration, in 2017 NHS Funding stated that it would need £30 billion to plug the funding gap. The response of […]