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REVIEW- Alex Maxwell ‘Lie to Me’ EP

It’s rare in today’s musical climate to hear of an artist whose origins don’t lie in The X Factor or The Voice – or any other TV talent show, for […]

Ariana Grande Manchester Terror Attack: An Attack on the Arts

It is May 23rd, just gone midday, as I write this. Yesterday was such a beautiful day – London reached 24 degrees, it was like the beginning of summer – […]

Defying Disinformation, Inspiring Change…

The state of the world right now is a far cry from what it was a year ago, or two or three years ago more so. Never could Brexit have […]

The Art of Reality

Television has one of the largest outreaches across all artistic platforms. Few houses are without a television set, and many homes have several – not solely in the living room, […]

Hillary Clinton: New Beginnings

This is the fifth and final article in a five-part series – MATRIARCHS – in which Arts Editor Connor Gotto explores some of the forgotten women from across the arts; […]

Keeping up with Kanye

Love or loathe him, you simply cannot deny the commercial genius of Kanye West. Yes – he rants. Yes – he regards himself (sometimes a little too) highly. But as […]

Dory Previn: A Life of Conflict

This is the third article in a five-part series – MATRIARCHS – in which Arts Editor Connor Gotto explores some of the forgotten women from across the arts; pioneers of […]

MABEL NORMAND: The Unapproachable Comedienne

This is the second article in a five-part series – MATRIARCHS – in which Arts Editor Connor Gotto explores some of the forgotten women from across the arts; pioneers of […]

GRACE: Turning Fashion into Art 

Age 17, Grace Coddington was working as a waitress in London, where she had recently moved from the – somewhat isolating – solitude of Anglesey, Wales as the result of a competition for up-and-coming models in British Vogue. Having […]