By Nick Searle-Donoso. In a review of Durham’s Lebeneat, Nick provides a tour of some of the delicacies on offer.
By Eleanor Dye and Jemima D’Souza. A review of James Acaster’s Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 – 31st October 2019 in the Gala Theatre, Durham.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. A review of Prasanna Sellathurai’s new short film ‘Two For One’, shot within St. John’s College.
By Eleanor Dye. In this review of ‘Death comes to Pemberly’, Eleanor discusses what happens when the world of an Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit’ murder mystery is brought to Darcy and Elizabeth’s Pemberley.
By Beth Loveless. Described by Michael Morpurgo as “the most life-enhancing book you could ever wish to read”, “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit” remains continually relevant to the world we live in now.
By Freya Thomas. David Černý is an artist you cannot escape in Prague, for his sculptures are found everywhere. Yet his work is extremely controversial.
By Sherlock Shi. The great thing about music is that there is something for everybody. Sherlock talks about how he discovered and fell in love with electronic pop music.
By Freya Thomas. You may have heard of Andy Warhol, but have you heard of Eduardo Paolozzi? The incredible artist combines modern machinary and popular culture in his artwork and had a big part in inspiring the Pop Art movement.
By Eleanor Dye. Edward Muir wrote poetry at the beginning of the 20th Century, but his works contain powerful visions of ecological disaster that are almost prophetic of our situation today.
By Eleanor Dye. Sanditon is Austen’s unfinished novel from 1817. Now that the overlooked novel is making its way to our screens we take a look at why it deserves more credit.