As voting for LeadLUU kicks off, we speak to the Gryphon Editor candidates. For manifestos and more information, click here. Who are you? My name is Rory and I’m a third-year student studying Philosophy, Politics and […]
Rory Yeates takes a look at the University’s response to the current situation and the sore position students have been left in.
Ahead of their upcoming final-year performance project, we caught up two members of the Off the Page Theatre Company, Hannah Rooney and Chloe Robinson, to discuss the creative process of their show Pareidolia, and how […]
Last month, both Hollywood and the world suffered a shocking and devastating loss, as Chadwick Boseman passed away after a four-year-long secret battle with cancer. An outpouring of love and support have been seen from […]
After a strange year of makeshift livestreamed gigs and endless viral challenges to do at home, people from all walks of the creative industries have had to find new and inventive ways to keep their […]
The widespread global protests from the Black Lives Matter movement following the death of George Floyd have been met with praise and support, with thousands across the UK coming out to show their solidarity. Most […]
Laura Wade’s award-nominated play first debuted at the Royal Court a decade ago, but as George Marlin writes in his director’s note, “Posh is as relevant and topical in a post-Brexit Britain as it was […]
I’m sure you’ve had some pretty dire Tinder dates in your life, but have they ever ended in an altercation with the police which left the officer dead and yourself at the centre of a […]
Imagine finding yourself trapped in a lift with four strangers, all from completely different walks of life; what would you do? Would you wait it out in awkward silence, or would you pass the time […]
Ariel Burdett, whose X-Factor audition went viral online, has been found dead in her home in Leeds from a wound to the neck, an inquest has found. The body of the infamous ‘holistic vocal coach’ […]
If there’s one thing students certainly don’t have, it’s an abundance of disposable income. Twenty-pound weekly food shops at Aldi and the seizing of any and all deals available would prove this. But one trend […]
Rory Yeates review Open Theatre’s latest production, ‘Wright Off’.