Arts

Review: Love Island The Musical


Tongue in cheek and not afraid to pack a punch, this year’s MTS Variations, Love Island: The Musical does not disappoint. Emma Halahan, a Variations veteran herself, reports:

Silent Until Now


Michele Theil reviews BBC Three’s new documentary, entitled ‘Male Rape: Breaking The Silence’.

Are we Running out of Music?


Georgia Beith ponders the murky world of music copyright and asks whether we really are running out of songs to write.

MTS Weekend Show ‘Musical Moments Through Time’


Arts Editor Josip Martincic reviews the Musical Theatre Society’s inclusion event.

The Importance of Being an Ideal Oscar Wilde Fan


Arts Editor Josip Martincic goes wild about the ongoing Oscar Wilde season at The Vaudeville Theatre and explores why the beloved Aesthete is back in the well-deserved spotlight.

In conversation with artist Ruth Fox


Martha Lochhead meets with mixed media and contemporary artist Ruth Fox, and Steven Young with whom she collaborated, to discuss her most recent exhibition ‘A Most Awkward Divide.’

What Can the Royal Opera House Do For You?


Always wanted to give the opera a go? Lucy Patterson explains how to get cheap student tickets to the Royal Opera House and why everyone should give it a chance.

The two extremes of tolerance


Karolina discusses two extremes of tolerance portrayed through the films Moonlight and Death Note.

The Strangest Thing about Season Two


The second season of Stranger Things promises new characters, monsters and intrigue, but has a pretty glaring achilles’ heel.

The Nobel Writer


Helena Keeble describes hearing the 2017 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Kazuo Ishiguro, at UEA.