All posts tagged review

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Autonomous cars – the road to the future? [1/2]

In an ideal world, in order to get from A to B, the average human being wouldn’t have to grapple with the mysterious ways of clutch control, or learn how […]

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Nick Mulvey @ Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 17/10/17

Dressed all in black, never removing his hat, Nick Mulvey has the air of a talented and yet an ultimately humble performer. Walking on stage to ethereal voices swimming around […]

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How Accessible is Frieze Art Fair?

Following our review of the Sculpture Garden in Regent’s Park, I went along to Frieze London’s Fair, an annual October event that punctuates the calendars of art collectors and enthusiasts […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Wu-Tang Clan’s The Saga Continues

★★★ The Saga Continues is the latest album from the legendary group of MCs and DJs and it probably will not disappoint Wu-tang fans. At times, it does echo their […]

The Whistler by John Grisham

Legal thriller of the month – a must read!   Lacy Stoltz is part of the Board of Judicial Conduct of Florida’s judges.  Her cases regarding judges’ behaviour have been […]

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Hermione’s Top 3 Albums

This week, we bring the last instalment of our ‘Top 3 Albums’, with Hermione’s list of personal favourites. Let me start with an important point. The three albums I have listed below […]

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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 […]

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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 […]