All posts tagged voice

Bohemian Rhapsody – An Alternative Review.

Whilst a film based on QUEEN was always bound to get attention, Bohemian Rhapsody has attracted the wrong kind of attention ever since it entered pre-production in 2010. Sacha Baron Cohen […]

Women’s History Month in London.

Women’s History Month is an annual event that celebrates the achievements of pioneering women in history and contemporary society. It occurs in the same month as International Women’s Day which […]

INTRODUCING: TOM GRENNAN

Tom Grennan shot into the public sphere after featuring on Chase and Status’ single ‘When It All Goes Wrong’. Since then, he has released his own EP and has recently […]

RECLAIM THE CITY

London is a city well-known for resembling a machine. We follow implicit social rules, and it can often feel as if you’re just part of a crowd being dictated to […]

SINGLE REVIEW: HARRY STYLES ‘SIGN OF THE TIMES’

★★★  There are many surprises in Harry Style’s new single, ‘Sign of the Times’ – the most anticipated solo debut since Zayn Malik’s reasonably credible album, Mind of Mine. Malik’s […]

‘Cardboard City’: Interview

Fourth up in the QMTC New Writers’ Festival is Cardboard City, written and directed by Holly Rodman. I spoke to Holly about the real-life inspirations she had for the play […]

Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny- Little Tales for Nasty Women

Now don’t be fooled by the title, Highsmith’s short story collection doesn’t paint pictures of rotten men, and victim women. Instead Highsmith creates a sweetshop’s worth of lurid, eccentric, strange, […]

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season One – A Review Not for the Fainthearted

If you are interested in reviews about happy shows now streaming online, you would be better off reading some other review. Close this tab, click on an alternative link– preferably one featuring pictures of […]

Victoria Miro Gallery Presents Njideka Akunyili Crosby: Portals

Njideka Akunyili Crosby, a Los Angeles-based artist who relocated from Nigeria to the USA when she was sixteen, intuitively draws on historical, political and personal references within her artwork. This […]