• Shakespeare And Gender On Stage

    Maisie Jane Garvin Imagine visiting the theatre and seeing your favourite Shakespearean heroine: Desdemona, Ophelia, Lady Macbeth or Hermia, being played by a man. Perhaps there would be uproar. Yet, it is interesting to note that in the contemporary performances of these plays, the leading ladies would have in...
  • Remembering Viola Beach, 5 Years On

    Viola Beach were a band with the world at their feet when a tragic accident cut their promising careers and lives short. Five years on, twelve musicians from their hometown of Warrington have teamed up to release a charity tribute to the band’s hit Swings and Waterslides. Cat Jordan...
  • A STAR-STUDDED SU2C: HOW THE BAKE OFF BRAND HAS RISEN TO NEW HEIGHTS

    Most miserably, lockdown in Britain is back for 2021. However, as we are all herded back into our houses by a mix of new viral variants and government incompetence, there is once again Bake Off to brighten the gloom. This time, it takes the form of its Celebrity Stand...
  • Rebecca Black Is Back

    Ten years ago today, the world met then-thirteen-year-old Rebecca Black. They watched as she woke up at 7:00 a.m., had some cereal, waited for a bus, and contemplated which seat she should take in her friend's car. Now, Black has transformed the viral debut into a glitched-out, star-studded pop...
  • Music – The Solution To Studying From Home?

    The debate over whether we should be allowed to rock out at our desks has been raging for decades. But while the jury is out on which is better since everyone is different, several research studies are proving that listening to the right kind of music can put your...
  • Nathan Evans On Sea Shanties, Viral Stardom, And Delivering Mail

    In the space of just a few weeks, Scottish postie Nathan Evans has quit his Royal Mail job and signed to Polydor records after storming TikTok with covers of centuries-old sea shanties. In the midst of the viral whirlwind, Kit Sinclair caught up with the internet’s newest sensation. ...
  • DMA’s Interview: Indie heroes take us on a journey of escapism ‘Live at Brixton’

    On the horizon of the forthcoming live album, ‘Live at Brixton’, set for release on March 5th, Matt Mason of Aussie indie trio DMA’s discusses the venue’s importance to the band, post-pandemic touring plans, and his impassioned boredom for their hit track ‘Delete‘....