• Book Review: The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

    Its never a small task for a creator to return to something they made if it has since embedded itself in the national - even in the global - consciousness. When that thing becomes a modern classic, adding to it is sort of like having a kitchen extension on...
  • September Book of the Month: Senlin Ascends

    If you’re a book lover, or even just a book peruser, I am sure you can recognise the despair that comes when looking for the next book to pick up. University is a busy time, and you don’t want to waste hours on a mediocre story. And yet, every...
  • Nights Out in Notts: Burra Khana – Nottingham’s Newest Indian Restaurant

    If you’re hungry for authentic and flavoursome street food or barbeque skewers, Nottingham’s newest restaurant, Burra Khana, is the place for you. Nestled next to the Red Dog Saloon, by the Lace Market tram stop, this restaurant is re-imagining Indian food by combining the flavours found on the streets...
  • Film Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

    Until he appeared in the MCU, I used to hate spider-man. I only really knew him from the older films and from cheap merch like school lunchboxes. From all that I thought he was a bit silly. Post-Tom Holland, however, he has grown into my favourite Marvel superhero. Far...
  • August Book Of The Month: The Humans

    The Humans by Matt Haig, published in May 2013, is an amusing comment on the human condition from the perspective of an alien sent to stop the spread of a mathematical discovery by Professor Andrew Martin. If at times a little contrived, it is worth a read for its...
  • Kinky Boots @ Theatre Royal

    Greeted by a pair of giant red sparkly boots squeezed between the theatre’s columns, it was clear that Kinky Boots would be filled with glitz and glamour, yet what initially appears to be a drag show in its full glory, becomes a touching and rousing story of self-awareness and acceptance. ...
  • Genre Fluid review

    Genre Fluid is Dan Webber’s first collection of poetry, formed after three years of touring and performing spoken word shows. Describing itself as ‘a study into labels in everyday life, in the arts and the LGBT+ community’, Genre Fluid is a humourous yet reflective and candid exploration of how...