With parties postponed and mistletoe against the guidelines, what should this year’s Christmas adverts say instead about modern Britain? Despite having existed since the 1950s, it was only in 2013 that John Lewis first sparked […]
Things are bleak enough these days, regardless of the darker nights and miserable weather, and what better tonic for the winter/lockdown blues than a Christmas movie?! They are beacons of hope, with timeless messages about […]
Dash & Lily is an American Christmas-based rom-com Netflix show based in New York City. The show is based on the young adult book series by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan, with the first book […]
An engaging tearjerker of a radio drama. The Old Lie written and directed by Rory Yeates is a stunning thought-provoking drama that is a must watch (or listen) for not just University of Leeds students, […]
Mia Fulford writes about the newly proposed plan to dig alongside Stonehenge.
Arts and Culture Editor Sinead O’Riordan reviews this year’s Booker Prize Winner, Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart.
The Robin Hood Pantomime is set to go ahead this Christmas, in Birmingham. Sarah Garraway unpacks what effects social distancing might have on one of our favourite holiday pastimes.
Matthew Moorey reviews of the latest episode of the hit Disney+ show, The Mandalorian.
Phoebe Walker speaks to Kimberley Burrows about creating and studying as a blind artist,
Iona Tompkins discusses why the removal of Confederate imagery from the Mississippi flag could be more than just symbolic.
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 […]
The new I’m A Celeb is back and ready to entertain us over lockdown. Lauren Woodley takes you through how the long loved show is adapting to the restrictions of the pandemic.