As most of us will be staying at home this summer, here is a list of books and films which will make you feel like you are going on holiday. Although these travels will not […]
Co-written by James Patterson, a fiction writer whose books have sold more than 300 million copies, and Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States. We can assume that most of the writing was […]
James Kent’s adaptation of Rhidian Brook’s novel, The Aftermath, touches on some of the social issues present after the Second World War. By focusing on Germany, the film presents an original perspective on the effects of the war.
In Celebration of International Women’s Day, the arts team pay homage to some of our favourite female creatives.
Imagine that you have left your wife and children in Stratford-upon-Avon and moved to Elizabethan London to focus on your career. There, you become one of the most successful playwrights that will ever live, outmatching […]
The American Kennel Club is re-opening the Museum of the Dog in New York City on 8th February, after being moved to St.Louis, Missouri over 30 years ago. The museum’s collection includes not only dog-related […]
Changing Faces, the UK’s leading charity helping people with visible differences, launched the #IAmNotYourVillain campaign to change the portrayal of people with scars. The charity aims to provide people with body confidence, support and opportunities, […]
David Nixon’s OBE version of The Nutcracker performed at the Leeds Grand Theatre is a dream-like fairy tale for children and adults alike. Tchaikovsky’s iconic score creates a perfect backdrop for the ballet dancing. The […]
With December fast approaching, so does the annual question: what advent calendar do I get this year? Studies prove that a chocolate a day improves your wellbeing. Even though being a University student at this […]
The Theatre Group’s Othello adaption, directed by Melanie Noa Jehan, is an original take on the Shakespearean classic. While many new elements are added (a poem and a song as well as changes to the […]
Giles Havergal’s version of Franz Lehár’s operetta ‘‘The Merry Widow’’ performed at the Opera North has an easy and light plot to follow, and is interweaved with opera singing, making it great not only for […]