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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...

Film review: A Monster Calls

A talking tree. An emotionally-wrought boy. An unbridled imagination. At first glance, A Monster Calls may strike you as a delightfully dotty affair akin...

Netflix film reviews: Whiplash, Green Room & We need to talk...

Whiplash (2014) This film never ceases to amaze me; Whiplash will increase your blood pressure more than any thriller ever will. With unbelievable music to...

Book review: The Northern Lights

The Northern Lights, bet that’s a title you haven’t heard for in a while. Philip Pullman’s masterpiece, because ladies and gentleman that’s exactly what...

Ian McEwan – In Conversation Review

As I sit down on a comfortable red cushioned chair, in St. Andrews Hall Plain, I am fascinated by the grandeur of this building....

Live Review: Honeyblood @ Norwich Arts Centre

Glaswegian indie-pop duo Honeyblood formed back in 2012 and watched the rise (and arguable fall) of other subscribers to the duo formula; ranging from...

The Commitments at Norwich Theatre Royal: Review

At one point in The Commitments, a review is quoted which describes the band as ‘a good time’, and this eloquently sums up tonight’s...

New album reviews – 22/11/16

Chris Grosset Babes Never Die - Honeyblood From Glasgow duo Honeyblood comes a beautiful and unashamedly frenetic second album that sounds much like it should be blared...

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