13 August 2021
Review: A Day at the Beach
This dystopian comedy play just about manages to make up for its chaotic storyline with funny one-liners and interesting dialogic themes.
13 August 2021
Voice Verdicts: Bloomsbury Publishing and Dolly Parton
This week we have the publishers of Harry Potter and the saint that is Dolly Parton.
20 July 2021
Manchester International Festival: The Patience of Trees
This orchestral performance by the Manchester Camerata showcases British-Bulgarian composer Dobrinka Tabakova’s new concerto.
8 July 2021
Voice Retrospects: My Mad Fat Diary
This comedy-drama is one of E4’s best ever TV series.
5 July 2021
Want my job? with Publishing PR Assistant Emily Goulding
Emily Goulding has recently joined HarperCollins Publishers as a Public Relations Assistant for their fiction department.
16 June 2021
UNFIX Festival - The Invitation short film
One of the events that kicked off UNFIX Festival 2021, The Invitation is a short film exploring humanity’s relationship to the natural world.
4 June 2021
This Is Not A Solo Dance
This stylish show of performative drawing gives viewers much to consider in its twenty minute running time.
24 May 2021
Eurovision Final 2021 roundup
As ever, Eurovision was on brand with its unique musical flamboyance that left everyone merry apart from the UK, who were awarded zero points.
10 May 2021
A focus on Asian literature
Recommendations for diversifying your reading with my favourite literary works from various parts of Asia.
28 April 2021
2021 Oscars roundup
This year’s Oscars ceremony provided a balance of the predictable and the unexpected as historic and diverse wins were made.
7 April 2021
NSDF masterclass with 'The Crown' actor Josh O'Connor
This NSDF masterclass saw actors and long term friends Andy Apollo and Josh O’Connor candidly discuss the challenges of the acting profession.
7 April 2021
Are we really a nation of dog-lovers?
Extortionate vets bills, profit-driven breeding and thoughtless owners have marred the joys of dog ownership on a systemic scale.
5 April 2021
Record low of young people driving in the UK is understandable
Covid-19 is partially to blame for a record drop in young qualified drivers, but driving is becoming increasingly inaccessible for young people, and we’re losing interest.
25 March 2021
We Don't Know What To Tell You, It's Clearly Just Weight Related
A review of Sian Keen’s New Creatives audio project We Don’t Know What To Tell You, It’s Clearly Just Weight Related, which tackles body shaming of patients perpetuated by medical professionals.
12 March 2021
Investigating Xinjiang's network of mass internment camps
Architecture, satellite imagery and journalism coalesce to uncover China’s mass internment of Uighur Muslims, one of the biggest humanitarian crises of our times.
11 March 2021
Want My Job? with book Youtuber Noelle Gallagher
With over 100,000 subscribers on Youtube, Noelle Gallagher is carving out a name for herself in the Booktube community. If you’ve ever wondered how running a successful Youtube channel works and want to try it yourself, read on!
8 March 2021
The paradox of #safetytips on Tiktok
#safetytips on TikTok have become a useful resource for women globally as it highlights the spectre of gendered violence that dominates the everyday realities of women and marginalised groups.
3 March 2021
Budget 2021: How the government's plans will affect young people
Today marked the announcement of the government’s latest budget plan with the Chancellor Rishi Sunak setting out his plans to help the UK through the pandemic. But what did it all mean for young people?