13 September 2022
Want my job? with freelance creative producer, Hafsah Malik
We spoke to Hafsah Malik, who took her love for media studies, moved to Dubai and made a career for herself doing what she loves. Hafsah shares her inspirations, aspirations and offers some timeless advice for young people.
8 September 2022
Review: Connect Festival
The Edinburgh festival will be returning in 2023, much to the delight of music fans
29 August 2022
Shrewsbury Folk Festival 2022
The action from the first two days of this year's festival
28 August 2022
Burnley College exhibition with Sophie Gibson
This is a group review we all did with Blaze Arts, we went to have a chat with a local Burnley artist, Sophie Gibson where we also saw an exhibition that she helped Burnley College students to create.
17 August 2022
Epic Games’ Heiko Wenczel on programming in creative industries
“Learning how to programme and work in the creative arts at the same time is a unique opportunity.”
10 August 2022
Ajeet "Blooming" track and music video review
A beautiful breath of stillness
28 July 2022
Strettfest review: An ideal family day out!
On the theme of ‘carbon zero’, this lively event aimed to bring all generations together for a celebration of dance, music, and the visual arts.
26 July 2022
Extraordinary environment to display artwork
Sculptures displayed amongst the wildlife is a fantastic idea. A walk in the forest and gallery all in one is more than I could ask for. With hundreds of unique sculptures in the 10 acres you will struggle with not being entertained or engaged.
25 July 2022
The world of Paul Verhoeven
To celebrate one of the Netherlands’ most successful directors turning 84, we look back at some of his best – and most controversial – work
25 July 2022
Thor: Love and Thunder (2022) Review
The latest film to expand on the MCU feels less like a film and more like a product
23 July 2022
Assemble and schools of tomorrow: the place we imagine – art review
This exhibition was extraordinary as it forced you outside of the box and view the world in a different perspective. I thoroughly enjoyed this exhibition and would strongly recommend it to you, especially if you want to embrace you child side.
15 July 2022
Top 10 video games of the 21st century
Following on from World Video Games Day, we rank the ten best games of the century so far
14 July 2022
How far does the “familiar” fit into the foundation of modern day theatre
A review of who killed ‘Agatha’ Christie. Following the press night release on Wednesday 12th July at The Theatre royal Nottingham.
13 July 2022
Voice Retrospectives: Legally Blonde
It’s been 21 years today since Legally Blonde was released – how does it hold up?
7 July 2022
Voice Retrospectives: Nosferatu (1922)
It has been 100 years since F.W. Murnau released his haunting masterpiece Nosferatu – what is its legacy today?
16 July 2022
Festival of Archaeology: Staffordshire Hoard Reimagined
A celebration of archaeology inspired by The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery's newly reimagined gallery, Staffordshire Hoard: Treasure of Mercia.
27 June 2022
Ten LGBTQ+ filmmakers to check out
This pride month, why not give some underseen films by the best queer filmmakers a go?
28 July 2022
Join a sommelier from St Margaret's Wines for a tasting of vibrant and characterful wines with
the opportunity to learn and ask questions.