• 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...
  • Moscow: the City of Contrasts

    What do you think when you hear the word ‘Moscow’? It may be the Kremlin’s clock tower, Lenin’s mausoleum or a church that looks like a gingerbread house, but this is definitely not the full list of the places worth visiting. You never know where will you end up:...
  • Top Trends for Autumn Winter 2018

    With the beginning of Autumn semester fast approaching, I should be getting into the academic swing and preparing for my final year. Instead, I find myself lusting over this season’s newest trends as my ASOS wishlist stands at 131 items and counting. Regardless of my guilt, now the heatwave...
  • The Delights of Devon

    Devon, home of lovely beaches and dramatic moorland, is often considered a summer holiday destination. But my Totnesian pal and I (plus his cute little pug) decided to make the most of Devon in September, and see what the ‘English Riviera’ had to offer beyond its sandy shores.  We...
  • Look Out For… September

    Ah, September; the beginning of my favourite time of year. Soon the wind will be crisper, the leaves will become multi-coloured, and – most importantly – it will be awards season again. But before we’re bombarded by a barrage of hoity-toity Oscar hopefuls, there’s a plethora of films on...
  • Our picks for Scalarama in Nottingham

    The Scalarama international initiative to turn September into the unofficial month of cinema hits Nottingham! In convention with the Nottingham cinema collective, a month of cinematic entertainment awaits all around town for the avid cinephile or even the casual moviegoer. We’re here to let you know of some of...
  • Book of the Month: September

    “In three hours he will move through the empty city, crossing vast rivers, driving along tremendous, multi-laned highways, under darkening skies, like a small God, to be with you, tonight.” Page 6 TITLE: THE SICK BAG SONG AUTHOR: NICK CAVE GENRE: FICTION/POETRY PUBLISHER: CANONGATE BOOKS PUBLISHED: JUNE 2015 PAGES:...