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The German Doctor (Wakolda) | Movie review

The German Doctor (Wakolda)
MOVIE REVIEW

Based on the book by director Luica Puenzo, The German Doctor (Wakolda) is the true story of the family who befriended Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele in his years spent in Argentina after WWII. Unaware of his true identity, his past [read more]

“What Country, Friends, Is This?” at Greenside Community Centre | Theatre review

“What Country, Friends, Is This?” at Greenside Community Centre
THEATRE REVIEW

“We are implicated. So are you” is written in striking, bold font on the banner held up by some of the performers for tonight’s show. It is made very clear even before the performance starts that this is a piece of “immersive [read more]

Peppa Pig’s Big Splash at the New Wimbledon | Theatre review

Peppa Pig’s Big Splash at the New Wimbledon
THEATRE REVIEW

Adored by kids far and wide, Peppa Pig counts more than just a TV programme to its arsenal. Having launched in countries across the globe and opened the Peppa Pig World theme park in Hampshire, it’s now touring a third live show: one [read more]

The Nut Job | Movie review

The Nut Job
MOVIE REVIEW

When all else fails, insert any of the following: a joke about flatulence, a re-entry of a character that you’d just about managed to wilfully forget or a nut-based pun that didn’t make anyone but uncomprehending children and [read more]

Boy Hits Car at Underworld Camden | Live review

Boy Hits Car at Underworld Camden
LIVE REVIEW

Boy Hits Car are something of a relic; representing a bygone era of late 90s and early 00s nu-metal, with strangely feminine vocals (think Korn meets Coheed and Cambria). Last night we caught their show at Underworld in Camden, where metal [read more]

Honeyblood – Honeyblood | Album review

Honeyblood – Honeyblood
ALBUM REVIEW

Glaswegian duo Shona McVicar and Shina Tweeddale make up Honeyblood, and their self-titled debut is simultaneously refreshing and instantly accessible. Formed in 2012 with their first EP recorded in a bathroom, the hype that has surrounded [read more]

London art for free

London art for free

In the rush of the city, finding out what’s new and free can become a constant pursuit, especially when it comes to art. Exhibitions are ever changing, and with the sheer number of galleries and museums across the city, deciding [read more]

Josh Record – Pillars | Album review

Josh Record – Pillars
ALBUM REVIEW

Pillars is the debut album from Josh Record, an alternative/indie musician who already has an impressive list of fans. He has supported artists such as Bastille, London Grammar, Lorde and most recently Sam Smith, and Zane Lowe has named [read more]

Off the Wall at Bankside Gallery | Exhibition review

Off the Wall at Bankside Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Bankside Gallery has recently opened its exhibition Off the Wall, a collection of work by artists from the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Over 200 pieces are on display and ready to be sold, quite [read more]

Jon Allen – Deep River | Album review

Jon Allen – Deep River
ALBUM REVIEW

London-based singer-songwriter Jon Allen is relentlessly compared to other artists, predominantly the folk masters of the 60s and 70s. These comparisons never fail to be complimentary, and there is no denying that he’s a talented [read more]

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