Continuing their celebrations as part of Freshers Week, LUU will be hosting a night market, complete with street food, cocktails, craft beer, art, and music
As part of Freshers Week at the University of Leeds, Hyde Park Picture House and Leeds University Union are collaborating to treat students old and new with a fortnight of outdoor screenings.
The new play from Dec Kelly manages to explores the lives of two generations of a mining family without resorting to trite cliché.
Freja Ellefsen and Jess Garnett debunk the British public’s myths concerning the UK’s Eurovision flop.
What would you do if you discovered there was a gorilla on the loose in your wardrobe, which also happened to be a portal into a multiverse consisting only of farces? Call animal protection services, […]
SPOILER WARNING: This article contains in-depth discussion of key plot points.
Arts Editor Owen Frost’s roundup of this year’s slightly different Academy Awards Ceremony.
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?