Arts

Wherefore Art Thou, Shakespeare Society

Emma Currie reviews Shakespeare Society’s production of Romeo and Juliet.

Rushdie and ‘the Joker’

Helena Keeble recounting listening to Salman Rushdie at the London Literature Festival.

Jealousy

A poem which pulls together things people often say and feel, especially when jealous/in a situation of unrequited love.

Punk’s Not Dead

Insanity Radio’s Head of Music and resident punk is here to update you with everything you need to know about the greatest and latest music.

Highbrow Horror: Our Current Golden Age of Scary Cinema

Noah Keppen explores the recent smattering of critically beloved horror films, and theorizes what they can do for the genre.

Horses, Brains and Apples at Midnight

Noelle Spillmann reviews Midnight At The Boiler House, a collection of original theatre pieces created by RHUL’s very own Drama students.

Lunar Cycles

A poem by Shloka Ramachandran.

When The Clock Strikes 00:00

Insiyah Adamjee reviews (a)basement theatre collective’s recent production ’00:00′.

A Midsummer Nightmare: A Dream of a Performance

Abel Fenwick reviews Shakespeare Society’s hilarious play, A Midsummer Nightmare.

Through The Lens of a Camera: Comedy Virgins

Lina Pavlova reviews Comedy Society’s first show of the year.

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