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 […]
The MCU’s first female lead is a triumph as Brie Larson stars as Captain Marvel (‘Vers’/ Carol Danvers) in the latest Marvel outing. Teaming up with MCU favourite Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Vers must […]
A man stands alone above a covered body in a dark pub. The stage around him is dark except for a single, cold, beam of light that illuminates a sorrowful opening lament. There is a […]
Proclaiming herself to be the ‘grandmother of performance art’, Marina Abramović has been pushing her body to its utmost limits since 1970s. Infamous for testing the relationship between performer and spectator, Abramović insists that art […]
Last week it was announced that streaming giant Netflix will officially set the age ratings for its own movies in accordance with current BBCF guidelines. Algorithms will collate manually tagged instances of violence, sex, bad […]
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 […]
Editor-in-Chief Robbie Cairns reviews Us, the second film from Jordan Peele which hit cinemas yesterday.
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.
If you thought the TV show had lost steam after ten long years on our screens, wait until you see Benidorm Live. It’s not so much a musical comedy as a double-entendre deluge. The show […]
It’s a long-running joke amongst spoken word artists that the phrase “Slam Poetry” is an oxymoron, or at the very least an exaggeration. Call something a slam and people will picture two poets facing off […]