Louisa Polack reviews George Alagiah’s latest book ‘The Burning Land’, a thrilling novel set in apartheid-era South Africa
The beginning of the end… BoJack Horseman is definitely one of the best shows Netflix has ever made. The decision for Netflix to make season six the last series is such a mystery to me. […]
The film Leonardo: The Works is an Exhibition On Screen title, with limited release. The film discusses some of the most iconic works of Leonardo da Vinci. The film is unlike anything ever before put […]
Sam Bird reviews Living With Yourself, Neflix’s latest original series.
Clarissa Leung discusses the trailer for the third season of The Crown, and hypothesises what it may have in store.
“Well well…” – let’s talk Disney. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, or Maleficent 2, hit UK cinemas on Friday 18th October, 5 years after the eponymous first film was released. Despite reportedly ‘bombing’ in US box […]
On the 19th of October, our online editor Andrea Loftus hopped on the 56 and made her way to Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen to catch the American foursome Frankie Cosmos enchant the Leeds locals. […]
YUNGBLUD’s debut album 21st Century Liability was a heavily cynical piece of work – a brutal look at society and all its flaws. There’s nothing wrong with staring our problems in the face like that […]
On Saturday the 12thOctober, Katie Padda went to witness Jordan Rakei take on Stylus at Leeds University Union as part of his first UK tour, in support of his third studio album – Origin. Kicking off […]
Benjamin Garwood shares his opinion on the controversial film ‘In the Tall Grass’, previously reviewed by Arts and Culture Editor Emily Parry.