• Album Review: IDLES – Ultra Mono

    IDLES have created more of their trademark energetic post-punk that feels part of a unified vision, but all that chest-beating can leave it's bruises....
  • Album Review: Declan McKenna – Zeros

    Myron Winter-Brownhill reviews Declan McKenna's new album, 'Zeros'....
  • September Book Of The Month: Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell

    September’s book of the month, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, is an almost miraculous novel. It feels diminutive to even call it one. It's a book that bursts with stories to tell, in fact it has sprung several dozen leaks; in the form of footnotes (often fully cited) that...
  • Review: ‘folklore’ – Taylor Swift

    How much have you got done in lockdown? If you’re Taylor Swift, you’ve written and released an entire new album, and it might just be her best yet....
  • Monkey @ NNT Quarantine Season

    This virtual performance piece Monkey, written by Libby Horobin and Jake Levy, perfectly captures the struggles of lockdown and the desperate need for human interaction over a Zoom pub quiz. The play centres around a group of five friends trying to overcome their own boredom in a virtual quiz...
  • Summer TV Picks #1- 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 created by Ian Brennan and Ryan Murphy, and which even stars Darren Criss, grabbed my...
  • We Read It (So You Don’t Have To) – Normal People

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