• Kess’ Cozy Music Corner #12: Catherine Russell

    Struggling to find that new artist to fall in love with? Fear not, our contributor Kess Leung is here with the latest and greatest musical recommendations each week. This edition features doozy jazz starlight Catherine Russell, who's silky timbre is the perfect accompaniment to a restful winter's evening. ...
  • Film Review: Marriage Story

    Theatre director Charlie (Adam Driver) and actor Nicole (Scarlett Johansson) navigate a divorce across New York and Los Angeles....
  • Annie @ Theatre Royal

    This week, Impact was lucky enough to be invited to see the opening night performance of Annie at the Nottingham Theatre Royal. Nearly everyone has seen the film or knows the story of the redheaded orphan’s search to find her true family. Quite simply, this production is the revision...
  • Netflix Review: Maniac

    This latest Netflix miniseries combines an all-star cast and a strong science fiction element to provide an intriguing interpretation of the future, while deftly balancing a very personal exploration of mental health. Yet despite the insightful direction and multi-faceted lead performances, the plot has a tendency for straying into...
  • Too Many Zooz @ Rescue Rooms

    A quiet Sunday evening is not just interrupted but actively destroyed by a riot of jazz, funk, EDM and house music in the form of busking phenomenon Too Many Zooz. Although the band gained popularity and acclaim after garnering millions of views of their performances on YouTube, they originated...
  • The (budget) Englishman in New York

    Spending two weeks in New York City was easily one of the most incredible experiences I have ever had. The 100mph atmosphere is incredible, even for this London boy. Two weeks at the end of June and start of July in the summer just gone were spent exploring the...
  • The 21st Century’s 10 Greatest Films: Synecdoche, New York

    Another addition to Sean’s list of the 10 greatest films of the 21st Century. Next up: Synecdoche, New York. If there is one film that I find almost unbearable to watch and incredibly difficult to summarise my feelings on, it would have to be Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York. I...