Denise Koblenz


Venue’s festive TV highlights

Sherlock  After a less than satisfying Christmas special which saw Sherlock return to his Victorian roots (the big ‘twist’ being that it was a mind palace all along), the super sleuth returns to the silver screen on New Year’s Day. While the Christmas special kept annoyingly schtum on whether Moriarty survived, surely the big reveal…

TV, Venue

Cold Feet – Oldie but goldie

The 90s dreamed Cold Feet is back on our screens and unlike most revivals (e.g. BBC’s Sitcom Season Failure) its return is celebrating a huge success and is beloved by fans new and old alike. For anyone who is not aware of what must be one of ITV’s most successful comedy dramas, it is basically…


Some shows are better left dead

The BBC is celebrating glorious comedy moments of the last 60 years with its Sitcom Season. These last few weeks we have seen sitcom classics such as Are You Being Served?, Porridge, Keeping Up Appearances and Goodnight Sweetheart come back to life. Considering how much this nation loves to indulge in a bit of nostalgia,…

OldVenue, TV

Orange is the New Black is back

The fourth season of Netflix hit Orange Is the New Black will be released on 17th June, and with coursework and exams well out of the way, it is the perfect timing for a new binge watch project. The new season looks promising with cast members and showrunners saying that season four will be darker…

Arts, OldVenue

Knitting: you don’t have to be an old lady!

Knitting: boring, old-fashioned, lonely. Those and many other connotations are often associated with this craft. In reality knitting is anything but. Knitting is not as old-fashioned as you might think. Quite the contrary, knitting seems to be coming back into fashion as more young people get involved. It’s difficult to find a university that doesn’t…

OldVenue, TV

Once Upon a TV

Need a new show to binge watch? Then why not try out Once Upon a Time,which is just starting its fifth season on Netflix! If you have alrady started the series like me, you are probably excited to spend your Wednesday nights in front of Netflix, watching fairy tale magic colliding with the ‘real world’. However, if…

June 2021
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