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George Ezra and Soak at Dingwalls | Live review

George Ezra and Soak at Dingwalls
LIVE REVIEW

At 8.45pm Soak comes on stage. Who is Soak? Little we know about this new musician – a couple of hints can be found on the artist’s Twitter account but the rest is left to imagination. That is until Soak arrives to perform and, in [read more]

Venice Carnival 2014: a complete overview of the Laguna’s beauty and craziness

Venice Carnival 2014: a complete overview of the Laguna’s beauty and craziness

Taking place during the ten day lead up to Shrove Tuesday, the Venice Carnival 2014 came complete with masquerade balls, costume contests, parades and live music. Carnival Dream ball In the baroque frame of Hotel Monaco, overlooking the [read more]

300: Rise of an Empire | Movie review

300: Rise of an Empire
MOVIE REVIEW

As epic as its 2006 predecessor; Zack Snyder’s second installment of 300 has surpassed all expectations and delivers a graphic work of art – this time in 3D. It has been eight years since Gerard Butler stormed the big screens with his [read more]

Each of Us at Tristan Bates | Theatre review

Each of Us at Tristan Bates
THEATRE REVIEW

Ben Moor’s comedy is extremely wired, witty and unique. In his tender-hearted one-man show Each of Us, his 11th show since his debut It Takes Forever If You Go by Inertia in 1993, he leads us through the highlights of his life [read more]

When I Saw You | Movie review

When I Saw You
MOVIE REVIEW

Annemarie Jacir’s second feature film When I Saw You weaves through several emotional strands but is ultimately a tale of love and bravery amid the harshest of climates. Set in Palestine during the aftermath of the Six Day War in 1967, [read more]

The Hard Man at the Finborough | Theatre review

The Hard Man at the Finborough
THEATRE REVIEW

The Hard Man is a hard play to come to terms with. It was written in 1977 by playwright Tom McGrath and convicted murderer Jimmy Boyle and follows the life of Glaswegian Johnny Byrne, who starts to steal at a young age and becomes more and [read more]

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Featuring a range of artwork from the 17th century to the present day, from over 100 different artists, Ruin Lust, at the Tate Britain, is an exhibition that traces man’s continued fascination with decay and destruction.  Epitomising [read more]

Nina Nesbitt – Peroxide | Album review

Nina Nesbitt – Peroxide
ALBUM REVIEW

The first single to be taken from Nina Nesbitt’s Peroxide was Selfies – everyone’s mum’s favourite “modern” word. The problem with the 19-year-old Scot’s debut record, and indeed Selfies itself, is that it feels like she’s [read more]

Oscars 2014: an in-depth look at the winners and losers of the 86th Academy Awards

Oscars 2014: an in-depth look at the winners and losers of the 86th Academy Awards

It’s unlikely, but in case you weren’t aware, last night the 86th Academy Awards took place in LA. Hosted by the confident and self-assured Ellen DeGeneres, who opened with some surprisingly funny, deprecating jokes about her industry [read more]

Sean Jackson at Camden Head Sunday Sessions | Live review

Sean Jackson at Camden Head Sunday Sessions
LIVE REVIEW

Occasionally an open mic session showcases a gem. Last night at the Camden Head Sunday Sessions we were treated to a stand-out performance from 27-year-old musician-songwriter Sean Jackson, originally hailing from Grimsby. Come to London [read more]

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