This year marked indie rock group Band of Skulls reaching their 15th year and tonight at the Brudenell they celebrate the tenth anniversary since the release of their debut album Baby Darling Doll Face Honey. […]
With the shortlist for this year’s Mercury Music Prize being more politicised than ever, Toni Stephenson takes a look at how politics and music have become increasingly intertwined over recent years.
27 years after the release of his debut Reservoir Dogs, the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, has been released. Toni Stephenson gives a round-up of what we know about it so far.
On Thursday night LUU’s Theatre Group opened their production of Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll, directed by Steph Green, which took the Alex Clegg studio on a journey of humour, grief, jealousy and unity in […]
It’s the biggest night in the British film industry. Last Sunday saw the 72nd British Academy Film Awards take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London. A succession of US dominated award shows over […]
It’s been almost 35 years since the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables opened on the West End, drawing in 70 million theatre goers worldwide, and 7 years since it hit the big screen, […]
With their ominous aura and heavy bass driven sound, the The Blinders, a Manchester based trio, originally from South Yorkshire, turned the Brudenell Social Club into a 21st century dystopia. I caught up with vocalist/guitarist Thomas […]