Tag: Online

Gaming, Venue

The State of the MMO Genre in 2020

MMOs – that’s Mega Multiplayer Online games – first (commercially) began in the 1990s with the release of Neverwinter Nights. Since then, we have seen countless titles: some which remain powerhouses today. One thing we have also seen is the stagnation of the genre, an inertia resulting from similar formulae being reproduced each new release….

Arts, Venue

Online theatre

Turning twenty in lockdown was not my plan, but if there’s one thing that this pandemic has made me more grateful for, it’s the technology available to us, helping us through, keeping us as connected as possible in our separate homes. As an example of this, to pass the evening of my birthday, we set…

Travel

The digital nomad dilemma

Travel is often sacrificed in favour of work, money and stability, making it easy to fall into a repetitive cycle of continuous work with no play. We need to work, we need the money, we need the travel. So why not combine all of the above? Enter, the digital nomad. In the age of technology,…

Arts, Venue

Tom Varey interview: Norwich Theatre Royal

Tom Varey is an actor credited to the screen more than the stage. The actor from Ashton Under-Lyne, Manchester has been accredited roles in everything from Channel 4 dramas: Ackley Bridge and No Offence to Game of Thrones. In his latest venture, Varey returns to the stage and back to familiar ground to Salford, in…

Music, Venue

King Nun at the LCR

King Nun, originating from London, is pretty hard to define. Their earlier stuff was pretty inarguably punk, but now they have a more complex and non-specific location within rock music, with alt-rock, indie-rock, and a few other terms being tossed around, but none nailing down the unique-ness of their personal brand of loud, lyrical, intense…

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