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Camden’s People Theatre: Hotbed Review Part 1

Camden People’s Theatre is currently hosting the Hotbed festival, featuring shows all about sex. The performances vary; from one woman shows to musicals with eleven cast members. The one thing […]

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Year Abroad. Part 16: Buenas Noches

So, Madrid called. They said they wanted to see me, so I popped over for the weekend, and, with my girl being a native, despite her misleading blonde hair, I […]

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In Conversation With: Pigeon Detectives

2007 was a productive year for music which saw the revival of the northern indie sound. Arctic Monkeys, The Cribs and The Kooks were just a few bands that dominated […]

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LIVE REVIEW: Aminé @ Kamio, 20/02/17

Aminé is a 22-year-old American hip-hop artist and rapper from Portland, whose debut single ‘Caroline’ reached 11th on the Hot 100 and 5th on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs on […]

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INTERVIEW: Comedian Charlie Robb

I recently got the chance to have a chat with comedian Charlie Robb, who is about to debut his one-man show: Romantic Encounters in a Dark Room, across London. Robb, a Cambridge […]

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A ‘Bad Moms’ Review

Bad Moms, directed by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore, the writers of The Hangover (2009), begins with the exasperatingly busy parent life of Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis). Amy has a […]

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Part 1: Excuse My French

I can’t believe I’ve been here for nearly two months now – time just keeps flying. Our lazy weeks are still compiled of exploration and wine gluttony, but a new […]

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Food on the Move

By now, I should probably have come up with a plan for the Fresher’s Week and post-Fresher’s Week period. It happens every year, after all, and every year I find […]

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It’s ok to love children’s plays

Taking a young child or sibling to a play can seem a chore; a desperate attempt to entertain them and get them out the house. Pixar and Disney sugar the […]