All posts tagged silence

Feel Good with 100 Wardour St’s new pop up bar in aid of mental health.

Without sounding like an alcoholic, I personally never need an excuse to drink. However, if I ever did, then 100 Wardour St is giving the public the perfect incentive. The […]

Personal Platform: The Shoes.

This is a short story I had submitted in my Creative Writing portfolio. A modern Cinderella tale with a twist – I’ve always been one for the clichés. The shoes […]

A Quiet Place Review – Silence is Golden in John Krasinski’s Terrifying Cat-and-Mouse Thriller of Breathless Whispers

Star of the U.S. remake of Ricky Gervais’ The Office and rom-coms ranging from It’s Complicated to License to Wed, you wouldn’t look to John Krasinski to direct a nail-biting, […]

The Key to Consent

I said yes. I said yes when I should have said no. I said yes when I should have stopped and thought to myself, is this actually something I want? […]

Silence Review – Martin Scorsese proves why he is the God of Modern American Cinema

Silence, Scorsese’s 24th feature film, starts in darkness. Ambience rises, the sounds of the Japanese countryside, with birds tweeting, wind breezing. And then cut. The title. Silence. This simple sequence […]

Breaking Library Law

I have never broken the law, but today I am a criminal. I am a delinquent who is doing what she should not be, and talking to people I have […]

The Deafening Silence: Has Saudi Arabia Gone Too Far?

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is perhaps ‘the most violent and abusive of all autocracies,’ because of its dependence on violence and oppression against the human rights of its population. According to Ali al-Ahmed from the Institute […]