We chat to Niall Unger, the designer behind our Freshers’ Guide front cover to discuss inspirations, process and the great things about Leeds.
Hyde Park Book Club Book Club is a great spot for either a chilled pint with friends or a great opportunity to pick up a book from their selection of great non-fiction and fiction. Over […]
Everyone reading this is probably a bright young spark and therefore realises coronavirus is still about. There is no other word but ‘pain’ to capture the emotion felt at having Leeds’ club nights robbed from […]
Last month, both Hollywood and the world suffered a shocking and devastating loss, as Chadwick Boseman passed away after a four-year-long secret battle with cancer. An outpouring of love and support have been seen from […]
After finding success as a pop-up stall, the team behind The Bookish Type have opened up new premises to give Leeds its first-ever queer bookshop. Associate Editor Alex Gibbon caught up with Ray and Nicola […]
Ollie Howitt reviews Assurance, Juba’s documentary on female DJs in Lagos.
I thoroughly enjoyed Tenet but for those who appreciate storytelling, for the wrong reasons, I would find it difficult to explain to you what it was about, what it meant and how the story made […]
After 13 years on the air, the celebrity clan has announced that Keeping Up With The Kardashians will be coming to an end next year. We’ve gone from iconic moment to iconic moment. From Kim […]
Partway through the just-released trailer for Dune, Timothée Chalamet’s ‘Paul’ assures himself “I must not fear. Fear is the mind killer.” Yet from the very first shot, the actor’s face is contorted with anguish and […]
Everyone’s favourite independent cinema comes to campus for Freshers’ Week.
After a strange year of makeshift livestreamed gigs and endless viral challenges to do at home, people from all walks of the creative industries have had to find new and inventive ways to keep their […]
The recent Black Lives Matter protests have sparked widespread debate about many aspects of our society, from policing to intersectionality. But following the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol, much of the discussion […]