Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Tiffany Black


Richard Joseph


In My Room: a student art exhibition in a Regs bedroom

Art in a bedroom - explained!

Cult film of the week: Attack the Block

Before he was battling aliens in Star Wars, John Boyega was...battling aliens in south London

A dying artform?

With the Internet as an increasingly dominant forum for the distribution of music, what is to become of the album artwork that graced the...



A conversation with Anthony Horowitz

"I always say there’s only one difference between an unsuccessful writer and a successful writer, and it’s that the unsuccessful writer stops."




Review: Romeo and Juliet

Miles Hurley reviews BoxedIn Theatre's immersive, promenade production of William Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'.

Shakespeare in St Andrews: an interview

I sat down and spoke to the founders of St Andrews Shakespeare company, on dick pics, gender bending, and disrespecting Shakespeare.

Review: Songs for a New World

'Songs for a New World’ was the perfect mixture of nostalgia, loss and hope that an episodic musical needs, according to Elischke De Villiers.

Review: Saved

Sarah John reviews Edward Bond's Saved. "Tinged with cruelty, violence, and the complications of unrequited love, it explores the darkest depths of human nature through the tale of a disintegrating family in 1960s southeast-London."

Siren: preview

A new club night is coming to 601 this Wednesday. Siren - "let the call of the arts draw you under." I interviewed Sirens creators,...


Review: On The Rocks programme launch

Simona Mezzina felt the On The Rocks Programme Launch was a "welcoming and inspired night" largely down to the "wonderful artists that performed all night long."

Musings on a Theme: Mountains

From psalms to the Avett Brothers - how mountains have always inspired artistic creation, especially music.

Waxing eloquent on Wax Collective

Kenalyn Ang sits down with the creators of The Wax Collective.

Review: OpSoc’s Semele

Zebedee Baker-Smith reviews Opera Society's ambitious production of 'Semele.'

Preview: Semele

A preview of Opera Society's first ever fully staged opera- Handel's Semele, with a twist, set in gangster New York.