A ‘Revitalising Adaptation’ – Jigy Anand reviews ‘Uncle Vanya’, highlighting the impressive feat achieved in it’s cast and staging.
Carol Jones examines the recent controversy over musicians ability to tour Europe post Brexit.
Bahar Ganjvar reviews Z, a gripping Algerian-French political thriller set in Greece, and looks at why it is still relevant now, over 50 years after its original release.
Now on my second article of this series, I come to the devastating realisation that I am not actually funny. A shocking revelation to you and me both, of course, after reading the magnum opus that was my first. So, before I continue, I just want to warn you that this is going to be Read More…
It’s the Christmas vac. You need to find the next best thing to procrastinate to besides Netflix, but the news is far too depressing and Film 4 just ain’t cutting it with yet another Carry On film. You need daytime TV. But which show? You’re looking for something to watch while you browse Facebook and Read More…
Ursy Reynolds looks at Netflix’s The Ripper and explains why it is a refreshing take on the typical crime documentary.
Khadijar Ali ruminates on the helpfulness of the Self-Help book.
Janita Hussain takes us into the world of K-pop supergroup BTS and why they should be part of your 2021 soundtrack.
Sofie Cristobal reviews Bridgerton, the gripping new period drama created by Chris Van Dusen and based on the novels by Julia Quinn.
Breeha Mazhar’s heart warming reminiscence upon a childhood favourite.