• Murder For Two @ Theatre Royal

    With plenty of energy to keep you on their toes, this comedy duo didn’t fail to keep a smile on their audience’s faces from start to finish. The “hysterical blend of music, mayhem and murder” of a musical follows two actors who play 13 characters between the two of them,...
  • Sara Pascoe: Lads Lads Lads @ Nottingham Playhouse

    Unlike the conventional connotations of the phrase, Lads Lads Lads is the single woman’s Bible. Indeed, the show addresses Sara Pascoe’s attempts to navigate the world as a thirty-something single woman. Full of introspective gags and light-hearted monologues, Pascoe is endearingly unfiltered. It’s safe to say that the word...
  • Film Review: Venom

    Sony’s latest attempt to steal market share away from the MCU sees reporter Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) discover the aliens known as symbiotes. He and his psychotic alter-ego face off against the Life Foundation and its CEO Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), who seek to abuse the symbiotes, a power...
  • Harry and Chris Save The World! @ The Level

    A week into their UK tour, Harry and Chris took over The Loft at Nottingham Trent’s Student Union for a night of songs, smiles and socially-relevant jokes in a pretty solid attempt to save the world. The comedy-jazz-rap duo showcased their undeniable friendship and built a strong rapport with...
  • Fresher’s Memoirs: Day 3 – The C-Card

    Any First Years wishing to subscribe to the C-card scheme – which allows you to collect free condoms from the Cripp’s Health Clinic – please wait behind after dinner and speak to the nurse at seven. A look goes up and down the long table in the middle of...
  • Saturday Night Comedy @ Glee Club

    Having visited the Glee Club a handful of times already, I went in knowing what to expect and excited that I was in for a fun night. Hosted by comedian Marc Olver, the all-male line-up was followed by three other comics including, Adam Hiss, Ian Coppinger and Mark Nelson....
  • MissImp @ Nottingham Playhouse

    It’s difficult to review an improv show without reviewing the genre as a whole. Reliably hit-and-miss, a group of people roaming through sketches or songs in search of a punchline is glorious when it comes off, and not much better than awkward when it doesn’t. So to enjoy any...