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Live review: Glass Animals @ the LCR

Glass Animals; an indietronica four piece perhaps best and most deftly described as the result of a hypothetical indie love affair between Alt-J and...

Review: 13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why, Illustrated by Tom Cascarini
As Netflix’s highly anticipated series 13 Reasons Why takes centre stage, high school drama and teenage angst permeates the halls, depicting an honest adaptation...

Live Review: Circa Waves @ The LCR

It has been two years since indie rockers Circa Waves’ last UK tour, and its fair to say they’ve made good use of that...

Casanova: a ballet that ‘simmers with sensuality’

‘Giamaco Casanova’, the infamous womanizer, philanderer and sex addict - essentially, the Italian 18th century version of Sex Gods like George Clooney. History has...

Review: Abigail’s Party

Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party occupies a fond place in British popular culture not usually reserved for either plays or pieces of cultural criticism. Which...

Venue reviews ‘UEA Choir and Symphony Orchestra: Verdi Requiem’

Dougie and I like to think of ourselves as a pair of fairly cultured swines. When we heard that the UEA orchestra and choir...

Little Sister

Colleen left everything behind when she quit home—not just her goth wardrobe and pink hair dye, but a mentally-ill mother who tried to kill...

Film review: Split

Like any M. Night Shyamalan film, Split is weird, wonderful and at times, more than mind-boggling. However, unlike the others, Split incorporates elements more...

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