It was the last to close and the first to open; for our August Theatre Review, Jess Steadman tells us exactly why Six – a feminist retelling of the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives – is the musical the world needed.
With the help of the Cultures Team, Jess Steadman explains exactly why the section’s rebranding is so necessary while also giving you a taste of what’s to come…
‘I could not imagine my life without Pembs and I am glad that COVID halted my other summer plans because it means I get to go back again this year.’
Meet the Cultures Team through a highly cultural and very fun personality test!
Now term is over, Jess Steadman has put together her top reading recommendations for your summer.
In her final instalment of ‘More Than a Fairytale’, Jess Steadman describes why Old English is such an amazing language and everyone should learn it. Artwork by Chen (Cornelia) Chen.
In this week’s instalment of More than a Fairytale, Jess Steadman examines the various theories about Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, and discusses other famous heroes’ weapons.
Artwork by Chen (Cornelia) Chen
In this month’s review, Jess Steadman looks into the delicate exploration of motherhood, society, and identity in Maria Dahvana Headley’s ‘The Mere Wife’.
Jess Steadman explains why she believes spoilers add to the experience of watching films and TV shows.
In the latest instalment of her column, Jess Steadman explores the ridiculousness of the myth of King Arthur, from his Round Table to… well, more tables. He had a thing for them.
Illustration by Chen (Cornelia) Chen