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Josef Salvat at Oslo Hackney | Live review

Josef Salvat at Oslo Hackney
LIVE REVIEW

Probably best known for his cover of Diamonds by Rihanna, Australian singer-songwriter Josef Salvat takes to the stage at Oslo Hackney. With ambient lighting, the rustic-chic venue provides the perfect setting for Salvat to perform [read more]

My Name Is Salt | Movie review

My Name Is Salt
MOVIE REVIEW

My Name Is Salt is an informed and graceful exploration of the lives of the “salt people” for whom extracting salt from the Little Rann of Kutch has been the work of generation after generation. The film portrays the commitment [read more]

Inventing Impressionism at the National Gallery | Exhibition review

Inventing Impressionism at the National Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Impressionism is no longer considered a controversial art movement, but in the 1870s it was universally disparaged and mocked. Paul Durand-Ruel was an art dealer who risked fortune and reputation to support the movement and its artists. [read more]

The Honey Man at The Albany | Theatre review

The Honey Man at The Albany
THEATRE REVIEW

An ageing, solitary West Indian beekeeper finds his peace disrupted when a frustrated, wealthy teenager enters his seemingly abandoned cabin to smoke a furtive spliff. This is the beginning of The Honey Man, a story that deals with [read more]

Appropriate Behaviour | Movie review

Appropriate Behaviour
MOVIE REVIEW

Unashamedly honest and emotionally rigorous, Appropriate Behaviour is the spiky cinematic debut of director Desiree Akhavan. With a cool New York air and effortless feel to the stylish cinematography, the storyline is intriguing and sets [read more]

William Cobbing: The Duddo Field Club Audit at Tintype Gallery | Exhibition review

William Cobbing: The Duddo Field Club Audit at Tintype Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Renowned artist William Cobbing’s latest exhibition The Duddo Field Club Audit is a proud display of his talent for sculpture work and accompanying visual performance that alludes to the merging of landscape with human form. Nestled on a [read more]

Benjamin Booker at Village Underground | Live review

Benjamin Booker at Village Underground
LIVE REVIEW

The beauty of Benjamin Booker lies in contrast. The torrid, explosive noise with which his set starts is most poignantly underlined by his quieter moments, when his soft, lilting voice shows its vulnerability, cracking into occasional [read more]

An Abiding Standard: The Prints of Stanley Anderson at the Royal Academy of Arts | Exhibition review

An Abiding Standard: The Prints of Stanley Anderson at the Royal Academy of Arts
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Stanley Anderson dedicated his artistic life to creating etches, engravings and drawings of immense detail and skill. An Abiding Standard exhibits some of his most well-known works, alongside other lesser-known pieces in order to provide [read more]

The Boy Next Door | Movie review

The Boy Next Door
MOVIE REVIEW

The plot for The Boy Next Door, a new psychological thriller starring Jennifer Lopez, is pretty simple: a newly divorced high school teacher, Claire (played by Lopez), is seduced into a one-night stand with her neighbour’s nephew, Noah [read more]

Fifty Shades of Grey | Movie review

Fifty Shades of Grey
MOVIE REVIEW

Having already sold a staggering 100 million copies, Fifty Shades of Grey seemed ripe to become a ready-made blockbuster hit. The casting of the two leads seemed to become a story in itself as more people were linked to the roles of [read more]

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