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Wind River Review – A Blanket of Snow that Covers the Chaotic Brutality of the Worse Part of Humanity.

I walked into the screening of Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River knowing only the genre and the central stars of the film. The intensity of the film’s content alongside the beautiful […]

Photography by Josh Rawlinson.

Consciousness and Perception – are you aware? [1/2]

Is the experience of consciousness a universal one? If so, how could we ever prove this? When does consciousness begin, or end? These questions remain mostly unanswerable by the greatest […]

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How the Babadook is a feminist icon

As part of Genesis’ Directed By Women series, myself and a less than eager friend went to see The Babadook. ‘It’s not that scary, I promise,’ quickly turned into ‘I’m […]

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FIVE ways National Theatre Live has revolutionised theatre

Recently I have been to my first National Theatre Live showing, and I shall be going again to see future broadcasts. Here are a few of my thoughts on why […]

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Angels in America Review: is Andrew Garfield really that good?

Going to see Angels in America as part of the National Theatre Live scheme allowed me to be part of one of the most talked about experiences of the summer. […]

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REVIEW: The Far Pavilions by M. M. Kaye

A brilliant, historical epic – CUB recommended and this month’s must read. Set in the time of Britain’s imperialist rule over India, The Far Pavilions follows the life of Ashton […]

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Joe’s Top 3 Albums

This week, we bring the second instalment of our ‘Top 3 Albums’, with Joe’s list of personal favourites.  Low (1977) – David Bowie Of all of Bowie’s albums, Low never ceases to sound as crisp […]

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Review: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

In approximately 100.000 BC, there were at least six human species living on this earth. Fast-forward to today, and there is only one left; us, Homo Sapiens, which literally translates […]

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Hole-Heart Boy

into a library of toxins enter the hole-heart boy   on a guanine dice-roll or a meiotic card-shuffle or god’s fingers poking a womb   “don’t we have it lucky?” […]