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Dunkirk Review

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is proving to be one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2017. Based on Operation Dynamo, ...

Questioning a Masterpiece: The Catcher in the Rye (1951)

The Catcher in the Rye, published in 1951, is the debut novel of J.D. Salinger. It tells the story of ...

Bijou Creative Presents ‘Chicago’ at The Theatre Royal

‘Life is a circus, it’s all a big show’, this statement reflects the content and conceptual basis of Chicago, the ...

Leonardo da Vinci: A Biography

Everyone knows of the man who painted the Mona Lisa: Leonardo da Vinci. He was born in 1452. He’s the ...

Drive in and see Baby Driver

If you only had enough dough to see one film through these winter days, Baby Driver would be my major ...

Shake and Stir Theatre Co present Dracula at Theatre Royal

Bram Stoker’s story of Dracula has inspired thousands of romantic and dark tales of horror and the supernatural. Whilst the ...

PLoT Theatre presents Doctor Faustus

First-time director Emma Skalicky did not disappoint with her adaptation of Doctor Faustus. The production was fantastically disconcerting and completely ...

Everything and the Everything of Everything

I’m a ladybug, roaming through gigantic strands of grass. Then suddenly, I’ve switched over to become that green patch of ...

Xscape: A track-by-track review

Michael Jackson recorded a large number of songs for each of his albums throughout his scandal-tinged career. The majority of ...

Castlevania (Season 1)

Castlevania is the latest original animated series to grace Netflix, and also their shortest offering. Adding to the slim picking ...