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Twin Peaks at 100 Club | Live review

Twin Peaks at 100 Club
LIVE REVIEW

Twin Peaks’ particular brand of garage punk/power pop is reminiscent of Pixies and The Strokes with a little dash of Supergrass thrown in for good measure, but they’re not simply mimics. Taking the best of each, they’ve doused it [read more]

Flamenco Festival London: Gala Flamenca at Sadler’s Wells | Dance review

Flamenco Festival London: Gala Flamenca at Sadler’s Wells
DANCE REVIEW

The opening night of the 12th Flamenco Festival London ended last night to raucous applause and a standing ovation. Flamenco has come a long way from its folk roots: it has moved from a fairly isolated movement in the poorer areas of [read more]

Project Almanac | Movie review

Project Almanac
MOVIE REVIEW

There’s nothing particularly new about time travel in film. Then, the same could be said for many cinematic genres. The reason that these films crop up time and again is that there’s something enduringly interesting about the [read more]

Premiums: Interim Projects 2015 at the Royal Academy of Arts | Exhibition review

Premiums: Interim Projects 2015 at the Royal Academy of Arts
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Premiums: Interim Projects is an annual showcase of the works of emerging artists, currently midway through their prestigious three-year postgraduate course at the Royal Academy. The course is designed to cater for the individual needs of [read more]

Antony Micallef: Self at Lazarides | Exhibition review

Antony Micallef: Self at Lazarides
EXHIBITION REVIEW

English-born and educated, Antony Micallef is an internationally acclaimed artist active on the scene since 2000. His work has featured extensively in prominent galleries such as the National Portrait Gallery and Royal Academy, and [read more]

Bunnychow in Soho | Restaurant review

Bunnychow in Soho
RESTAURANT REVIEW

After starting life as a pop-up, Bunnychow has had a heavy South African revamp and now fits seamlessly into the abundance of eateries in Soho. If you had no idea that a bunny was a traditional South African curry in a hollowed-out bread [read more]

A View from the Bridge at the Wyndham’s | Theatre review

A View from the Bridge at the Wyndham’s
THEATRE REVIEW

Arthur Miller’s profound writing is thrown into sharp relief thanks to minimalist staging in Young Vic’s production of A View from the Bridge, now at Wyndham’s Theatre. It’s the tale of longshoreman Eddie Carbone, whose love for [read more]

Cake | Movie review

Cake
MOVIE REVIEW

Oscar season has fallen upon us once again and no one can escape the 24-hour coverage leading up to the decisive week. Every year, each category is a mix of wheat and chaff; some nominees have broken ground and have contributed to the [read more]

Rae Morris – Unguarded | Album review

Rae Morris – Unguarded
ALBUM REVIEW

Rae Morris catapults into today’s music scene with a cracking offering that is sure to impress critics and listeners alike. Opening her splendid album is Skin, which has a lovely dash of atmospheric pop that can be classified as both [read more]

Wayne McGregor Random Dance: Atomos at Sadler’s Wells | Dance review

Wayne McGregor Random Dance: Atomos at Sadler’s Wells
DANCE REVIEW

What do we know of atoms? What is their significance to humanity? How do they form our bodies, memories, connections with others? In a world where we rarely consider our make-up, Wayne McGregor explores, manipulates and plays with the [read more]

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