In this time of self-isolation, we are all probably feeling like it is time for some positive news. You might have seen recently on Leeds Uni Tickets, Instagram or Facebook about how LUU Art Society […]
Noah Centineo: he has brown, floppy hair and brimming eyes that you could just fall into. Personally, I don’t see the attraction. However, Noah Centineo’s agents certainly do and use this to their, and his, […]
Sam Lawrence takes a look at how Disney CEO Bob Iger took Disney to the top of the world and what his resignation means, for both the company and Hollywood, moving forward.
The return of the BAFTA award winning mocumentary This Country offers an oasis in this time of endless deadlines and storms. Real life siblings Daisy May and Charlie Cooper play cousins who live in an […]
It seems now more than ever, the film industry is turning to the literary world to find its stories. The big studios feel adaptations is where the money is. So, whenever I sit down to […]
It’s back back back back back again! The hit reality show, where drag queens vie for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar, premiered its twelfth season, with rap royalty Nicki Minaj as the guest […]
Anthony Neilson’s haunting tale of Peter Kurten, a prolific serial killer who terrorised the people of Dusseldorf in the 1930s, has been brought to life extraordinarily by Open Theatre’s production. Eve Walton’s direction tells the […]
Hunter X Hunter. The Seven Deadly Sins. Naruto. Titles such as these bounce from the tongues of eager fans as some of the most engrossing long-time manga and anime adaptations to date. Their plots are […]
Alex Gibbon talks to partners Ray and Nicola from ‘The Bookish Type’ about seeking solace in among the shelves, the ups and downs of setting up their business and the queer fiction you should be reading.
Wes Anderson’s notorious auteur colour palette has once again brushed our screens with the trailer for The French Dispatch or The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun (to give its full title) hot […]