Cherry is an epic and sobering tale of a misfit-turned-war veteran-turned outlaw, who is demonised by his PTSD and free falls through the horrors of opioid addiction and performs heists to fuel his dependency. Tom […]
March Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia (March 30th) This is a story of immigration, detailing cigar factories from 19th century Cuba to present day detention centres in Miama. Jeanette, daughter to Cuban immigrant […]
Last week the art world was slapped in the face by Crypto Art when musician, Grimes, sold her digital work for almost $6 million in only 20 minutes online. In the same week Mike Winkelmann, […]
The tagline of this year’s International Women’s Day was #choosetochallenge. The tag encourages people to tackle gender-based inequality on a personal and collective level. Equally, the tag draws attention to the numerous women throughout history, […]
Walking around UK cities you have most likely noticed the small, circular blue plaques on the front of buildings. But have you stopped to consider who they commemorate?
Catch up on all things literature, awards, and recommendations in this first ever English Society feature!
Find out how this film manages to be wholesome yet a fiercely strong piece of cinema.
Disney has created many live-action remakes over the last few years, some of which earned audience approval, such as Maleficent and Aladdin, and others which did not perform as well, such as Dumbo and Disney’s […]
Looking for a new show to binge? Check out this review of Netflix’s latest thriller TV Show
Need a break from talking about the future and living through a pandemic? Take a trip through history in this article revisiting Brideshead.
‘Free Britney!’ was the rallying cry of Britney Spears’s fans on the street outside Stanley Mosk Courthouse in September 2020. Inside, a hearing was taking place regarding Britney Spears’s conservatorship. For the past 12 years, […]
Delving into iPhone Notes Poetry is a bit like going down a rabbit hole littered with persistent f*ck boy word vomit, Gabbie Hanna’s crimes against literature (see: Adultolescence), and some genuinely actually quite good stuff. […]