28 March 2023
Why this avant-garde artist refuses to have a genre
"What attracted me to music as an art form is the feeling of limitlessness. The endless potential and possibility of it all. The lawlessness endlessly intrigues me."
25 March 2023
Hits out of Hell - The Meatloaf Songbook with Meat Live and the Never Neverland Express
This is my review of the spectacular performance of this magnificent show!
A must see for all.
22 March 2023
How to make the most of being an arts participant
Whether you’re about to review an arts event or take part in an arts challenge, a little bit of preparation can help you get the most out of taking part in the arts.
20 March 2023
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Mamma Mia for pensioners...?
Inspired by the award winning film, this inspiring tale of friendship, family and romance proves it’s never too late to take the leap and break free from the confines of a lifelong comfort zone.
18 March 2023
The Clone Roses 25th Anniversary Tour at Burnley Mechanics
Are you a Stones Roses fan? If so, this is the show for you!
Do you also love The Smiths? You do? Then this is for you to see a Brilliant Tribute!
This is my Review of The Stone Roses 25th Anniversary tour with special guests The Smiths LTD.
17 March 2023
Hozier: Eat Your Young EP
A review of the long-awaited fourth EP by Andrew Hozier-Byrne.
13 March 2023
Want my job? with Imperial Leisure Frontman Denis Smith
"Music is a creative field, if you want your work to be pure and true to you, advice from others is of little use. But at the same time it is worth appreciating that advice and education are not the same thing, it is vital to understand the difference."
9 March 2023
The Rocky Horror Show: Unapologetically outlandish
Two cookie-cutter college kids are in for craziest night EVER of dancing, aliens, sex and time warps after a chance encounter with the saucy corset-wearing, chainsaw-bearing Dr Frank-N-Furter…
6 March 2023
Want my job? with Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter Aaron Horn
"The most challenging aspect of music the business is holding onto the love for music and the creative spark that drives artists while being forced to earn an income from it. So having a way of making money that isn’t music-based and being able to invest in your work can help."
5 March 2023
Charlie and Stan: Review
A review of the electric Told by an Idiot and Theatre Royal Plymouth production, Charlie and Stan.
27 February 2023
The story of Driscal and their 25-year-in-the-making album
London’s Driscal released their long-awaited single “You Didn’t Stand By Me” in anticipation of their 25-year-in-the-making album ‘It Took A While’.
24 February 2023
‘Dark Horse’: Maria Wilman’s new single
A review of Maria Wilman’s new single and music video ‘Dark Horse’.
23 February 2023
Visual Artistry at the Kakilang Festival
Home X at the Kakilang Festival is an innovative display of East and Southeast Asian heritage, exploring the concept of "home" through virtual worlds and gaming.
21 February 2023 – 9 March 2023
Anthroplay Theatre | SUBMISSIONS OPEN for AnthroTalks
Submissions are now OPEN for AnthroTalks!
AnthroTalks is a new-writing event curated by Anthroplay Theatre. Each scratch night revolves around a different theme, bringing you a mix of innovative performances from emerging and established artists.
30 April 2023
Love in Mind: The Harvey Parker Trust Launch Concert
A star-studded line-up of artists across classical, pop, jazz, and dance music join forces in a symphony of sounds to support the mental wellbeing of young creatives.
13 February 2023
Want my job? with music, festival and showbiz PR Sacha Taylor-Cox
"Also remember to always treat people with respect, kindness and equality – you never know who you will be passing throughout your life on the way up or down!"
13 February 2023
Everything that happened at the Brit Awards 2023
From Harry Styles to Daisy May Cooper’s iconic Sugababes gag, here’s everything that went down at this years annual Brit awards.
13 February 2023
Behind the scenes with independent artist Amelie Jat
The word of the shoot might have been "tragic", but Amelie Jat is anything but.