• TV Review: Hollywood

    Set in post World War II Hollywood, this Netflix miniseries explores the hurdles faced by aspiring actors whilst trying to make it in the cut-throat world of acting. As an unashamed Gleek, a series by created by Ian Brennan and Ryan Murphy, and which even stars Darren Criss, grabbed...
  • We Read It (So You Don’t Have To) – Normal People

    In the inaugural episode of We Read It (So You Don’t Have To), Daisy chats with fellow bookworm Pete Rouse about Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People‘ and its wildly popular TV adaptation. Daisy Forster Featured image courtesy of Kit Sinclair and Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   Did you know...
  • Poetry Review: Social Distancing by Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis

    Tara Anegada and Sophie Curtis, two third year students at the University of Nottingham have self-published a poetry collection titled ‘Social Distancing’. The collection explores the effects of the last few weeks as society progressively goes into lockdown. For 99p on Amazon, with all proceeds going to UNICEF, this...
  • Film Review: Parasite

    When the son of a destitute family is given an opportunity to tutor a rich girl under false pretences, he and his family scheme to insinuate themselves into the wealthy household....
  • Celebration @ NNT

    The Nottingham New Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s Celebration played last week. The play follows three couples across two tables in an eastend restaurant. We get to be a fly on the wall, watching the truth about their scandalous lives unfold. NNT have taken on the challenge of Pinter’s last...
  • Flight @ Lakeside Arts

    If you’ve found yourself walking past the Lakeside Arts Centre recently, you may have noticed a new addition to the scenery: a plain white shipping container, dumped unceremoniously outside the building as though in transit. Stay awhile, listen closely, and you may hear a low, steady hum, the whir...
  • Album Review – Denzel Curry and Kenny Beats: UNLOCKED

    Q: What do Sun Tzu, Harry Potter, and Nandos have in common?

    A: Nothing, but Denzel Curry managed to reference all of these and more on UNLOCKED. A 17-minute rollercoaster of an album that he and producer Kenny Beats have made in three days.
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