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Book Review: Open Reveries By Bruno Cooke

“An unusual novel that nevertheless captures the difficulties of growing up and the importance of family” Richard is a victim of tempestuous bowels, Nicole of delayed tooth eruption. After bizarre […]

A beginners guide to Feminism

For some unknown reason the term ‘feminism’ has been tainted. What once described the belief that women deserve equal rights has transitioned into a dirty word connoting man-hating and radicalisation. […]

Exclusive Interview with The Blinders

‘Hailing from the coalfields of South Yorkshire, the Doncaster born trio have taken the UK live circuit by storm in 2017. With a blend of proto punk politics and psychedelia […]

Exclusive Review of Hellboy

The most underrated of Guillermo Del Toro’s resume is his Hellboy duology. The films had a great blend of humour and horror, a pitch perfect choice of casting with Ron […]

Yet Another Pensioner Becomes Frustrated With Government Votes

Enfeebled as she was, I have no doubt that May very well may have been expecting a majority on an alternative to her Withdrawal Agreement this evening. Once again, expectations […]

Top 6 Concealers

It’s so important to have the right concealer as this tool helps to conceal, highlight and enhance features on your face to make sure you look our best. Whether it […]

Interview with Veesen

It was only a couple of weeks ago when Jonathan, more commonly known as Veesen, started blowing up on social media. I opened up my instagram to find several posts […]

Book Review: Liar by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen

“A unique and beautifully written novel that explores the ethics and consequences of lying.” Nofar is just an ordinary teenage girl – so ordinary that she’s almost invisible. Serving customers […]

Music Review: Lea Porcelain

If you are looking for an upbeat piece of music with wholesome and moving lyrics then Lea Porcelain’s ‘I Am OK’ is a perfect song for you! A morning wake […]