• Film Review: Leto

    Leto (pronounced “lee-air-ta”) translates into ‘summer’ or ‘summertime’. It’s this choice of title that foreshadows what is an intrinsically reminiscent film. Based on the memoirs of Natalya Naumenko, Kirill Serebrennikov’s Leto invites the audience to 1980s Leningrad where, through Natalya’s eyes, we learn about the development of the city’s lively rock...
  • Album Review: Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2

    The two-part album is a rare species in mainstream music, its a big risk that can make an artist’s inconsistencies painfully clear. This year, Foals have proven they possess both the grand designs and the musical skill to pull one off with Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost....
  • Musical ghost stories: have these musicians lived beyond the grave?

    There are many conspiracy theories based around the death of famous musicians. But what if these musicians actually did die, and they came back to life through the supernatural? Have their spirits lived on through death? Read these ghostly stories, if you dare… David Bowie Lorde was a big...
  • Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

    Who the f*** are Arctic Monkeys? Only, the biggest name in British alternative music and after a five year hiatus they’re back and certainly making an impression. Twelve years on from their first album, the Sheffield quartet has released their sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. And...
  • Playlist: Halloween!

    This is Halloween, Halloween, Halloween! Natasha Manohar Featured image courtesy of ‘aotaro’ via Flickr. Image use license here. Follow @ImpactMagazine on Twitter or like the Impact Entertainment Facebook page for more articles and information on how to get involved....
  • Remembrance: the iconic looks

    As the New Year begins, we have time to reflect on the past year and the events that defined it. 2016 had many defining moments: the loss of iconic stars, such as Alan Rickman and Terry Wogan, comes to mind. To remember just a few of the talented lot...
  • Aladdin @ The Nottingham Playhouse

    The festive season gaining on us with such rapidity means one thing in theatre: the pantomime is back! This year, in response to the current Broadway and West End spectacle, The Nottingham Playhouse presents Aladdin as this year’s production. In Peking, China, a young boy, Aladdin (Danielle Corlass), comically...