Sarah Lewis reviews student written radio play, V-Card.
A review of Kanye West’s acclaimed album ten years on.
Dorian Electra’s latest album critiques gamer and incel culture, and puts queer sex and love at the foreground. Thomas Savage reviews. (CW: explicit discussion of sex and sexual themes, homphobia)
When an album is described to me as a “cult classic”, just as INSPIRATION INFORMATION was, alarm bells start ringing. A now overused term for pretentious art people don’t actually like, however, listen to in order to be perceived as cool, hipster and have a certain edge, cult classics often lead to a disappointing listen. Therefore, Read More…
Ariana Grande’s sixth studio album is a mature offering in more ways than one. Chloé Agar reviews.
Juliet Daniels delves into her formative relationship with the whacky world of Rocky Horror, and the joys of dressing up and dancing along live!
Yihang Fang reviews the beautifully written “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous” by Ocean Vuong.
Madeleine Ridout’s detailed review of “Convenience Store Woman” by Sayaka Murata: how does a single woman respond to Japanese social pressures?
Antonia Jameson reflects on the shifting nature of Edmund De Waal’s Library of Exile.
A new edition of ‘Plays that Made Me’, this time charting the start of a life loving musical theatre after watching Les Mis.