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We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo | Book review

We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo
BOOK REVIEW

NoViolet Bulawayo was born and raised in Zimbabwe. After her A-levels she moved to the US where she continued her college education, eventually completing a MA in Creative Writing at Cornell University where she was awarded the Truman [read more]

Lauren Aquilina at Islington Academy | Live review

Lauren Aquilina at Islington Academy
LIVE REVIEW

18-year-old singing sensation Lauren Aquilina has grabbed the attention of thousands of listeners with her Fools EP, which reached the top 50 iTunes Singles charts in its first week on pre-orders alone and topped the Maltese iTunes chart [read more]

Au Revoir Simone at the Garage | Live review

Au Revoir Simone at the Garage
LIVE REVIEW

Four years ago all-female synth trio Au Revoir Simone released their third and most successful album. Still Night, Still Light catapulted the group to musical notoriety, their electro dream-pop sound leading them on countless world tours [read more]

Blood Orange at the 100 Club | Live review

Blood Orange at the 100 Club
LIVE REVIEW

Converse Gigs at the 100 Club is back with its first show of 2014, this time in association with the FADER, it seems that they have chosen the perfect venue. They also chose a fantastic act. The combination of the 100 Club on Oxford Street [read more]

George Morton–Clark: The Devil’s Cabinet at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review

George Morton–Clark: The Devil’s Cabinet at Imitate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

George Morton–Clark has a fine facility for painting, and is clearly prolific, as most of this exhibition is dated from this year, and it’s only February. The smell of drying paint adds to the authentic sense of paintings quickly [read more]

Storm in a Teacup at the Park | Theatre review

Storm in a Teacup at the Park
THEATRE REVIEW

Based loosely around the work of 1900s Russian author and playwright Anton Chekhov, Storm in a Teacup brings the concept of cartoon to the stage. Centred entirely around three decrepit sisters in their rickety, beloved home, Storm in a [read more]

Frozen at the Albany | Theatre review

Frozen at the Albany
THEATRE REVIEW

Deeply affecting, grippingly emotional and shockingly disturbing, Jeni Draper’s Frozen by Bryony Lavery is an unexpectedly candid exploration of the dimensions of trauma that touch a family, an outsider and a perpetrator, when a child [read more]

Little Comets at Electric Ballroom | Live review

Little Comets at Electric Ballroom
LIVE REVIEW

Little Comets have been sitting just outside the big time for a while now. With two well-received albums under their belt, the “kitchen sink indie” band from Newcastle have racked up a huge following – evident by the multitude of [read more]

Classic TV drama gangsters

Classic TV drama gangsters

Crime has always been an obsession of cinema and television. We’re always drawn to characters that live life in the fast lane, break the law and take advantage of society, before being consumed by their own greed. Crime also seems to [read more]

Cocktails with Monroe at the Langham | Exhibition review

Cocktails with Monroe at the Langham
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Last night guests from the world of film and television were invited to have Cocktails with Monroe at the beautiful Langham hotel. The screen goddess was immortally present in various guises via the variety of high-quality photographs [read more]

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