Whatever happened to good old fashioned keys?

So, I have recently moved into a new flat and the excitement was building up in me for days before. I arrived at my building, parked my car and made my way to get my key. Now, being a traditionalist, I have never been fond of electronic key devices and what do I have now. […]

Music News

Debut EP from Bellevue Days

Bellevue Days are dispelling the reputation of their Croydon home by delivering an atmospheric, uplifting and captivating debut EP. If you think that the superbly executed musicianship and structural nous across the four slabs of alternative rock, emo, indie comes from a band with far more than a lone year to its name, you will […]

Film Reviews

Roaring disappointment for Jurassic World

What an utter disappointment Jurassic World is. One of the most hyped films of the year and what can I say other than disappointed. With a storyline so floosy and dull, it is safe to say that the film is not on par with the brilliance of the original film. It seemed that this revival […]

Theatre Reviews

In fair Verona we set our scene… again

The infamous Shakespearean tragedy takes to the stage once again with an updated setting…. Again. If you ask anyone to name a Shakespeare play, they would no doubt say ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and you could say it was Shakespeare’s most famous play. Maybe but then again maybe not. The iconic playwright wrote more than 100 […]

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Why anime is great to watch

Ever since I first saw Pokémon back in 1997, I was immediately hooked. The vibrant colours, the powerful creatures and the character’s and their adventures were just some of the reasons why I loved the programme. However, I could not really appreciate the full meaning behind some of the episodes until I grew with a […]

Blog TV Reviews

The struggle of a die hard Game of Thrones fan

Since the beginning of Games of Thrones back in 2011, fans worldwide have been on the edge of their seat wondering what will happen next and ultimately, which character will be next to die. Each season, you find yourself drawn to a certain character and as soon as the words ‘they are my favourite character’ […]

Blog Theatre Reviews

An Evening of Folk Tales and Music

What a unique and different evening I had at Tales and Ballads. The evening consisted of live performances from Bridget Cousins on her harp, Morwenna and others, who read favourite poems, sang beautiful tunes and told old folk tales. At first I did feel a little out of place. I am not a performer but […]