Catch up on all things literature, awards, and recommendations in this first ever English Society feature!
This article discusses themes surrounding emotional abuse and maybe be distressing or upsetting for some readers.
Reader Discretion is advised
The Strokes may be immensely popular, but it’s safe to say that we’ve felt a bit of radio silence from them. While the New York based band have been headlining various festivals in America recently, […]
This was an evocative tale of love, betrayal, sacrifice and loss. Blue Story was wrongfully boycotted, while it may have had subtle room for improvements, above anything, it was an incredible, fresh and dynamic new […]
Thomas Boyd discusses ITV’s announcement that they will prepare ‘Good Morning Britain’ guests about online trolls, but should more be done?
Arts and Culture editor Delphie Bond examines the BBC’s The Apprentice and its underlying racist and sexist prejudices.
This article contains discussions of rape and child sexual assault, reader discretion is advised.
Leeds City Council has announced that all fines for late returns of books have been dropped as of Monday 7th October in all 34 Leeds libraries and such fines will no longer be applied in […]
It goes without saying that inclusivity and representation in film and TV matters. It is important that we see individuals like ourselves reflected on the screen so that we feel like our voices are being […]
Anushka Searle writes in response to the announcement that the “Brit Awards ‘will review’ male and female categories”
After a recent spate of lavish historical dramas, it seems the public is lapping up the good old days. Delphie Bond and Alex Bray argue that our romanticised relationship with bygone eras hides a darker truth
SPOILER WARNING for Avengers: Endgame Franchise films and cinematic universes are perhaps most often associated with their expensive action set-pieces and CGI battles, and many franchises have fallen because too much of an emphasis has […]