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  • ‘La La Land’ and The Vintage Revival

    Rhona Reed delves into ‘La La Land’ and the controversial topic of modern-day jazz. Should it be an experimental reinvention, or...

    Rhona Reed21/02/2017
  • Reviewed: Great Gatsby at the Vault Festival

    Ever since I was introduced to the concept of time travel, from spending my Saturday nights as a boy watching Doctor...

    Joanne Archer20/02/2017
  • Coffee House Sessions: Mark Sullivan

    Beth Carr chats to Mark Sullivan after the first Coffee House Session of the term. Mark Sullivan brought a mellow and...

    Beth Carr17/02/2017
  • Coffee House Sessions: Matt Wills

    Beth Carr reviews the final Coffee House Session of last term. With November almost over, Matt Wills brought last term’s Coffee...

    Beth Carr07/02/2017
  • Turn Off Your Phone

    Nebiu Samuel discusses the possibility of a theatre mode for iPhones and his take on cinema etiquette. We’ve all been there...

    Nebiu Samuel07/02/2017
  • Can our technology be predicted?

    One thing is clear in the society that we live in, and that is technology is increasingly pervading our everyday lives....

    Katie Bell02/02/2017
  • The Rise of Vinyl

    Georgia Beith discusses the recent rise in the sale of vinyl records and how it’s all part of the changing shape...

    Georgia Beith01/02/2017
  • UnScene Festival: A Review

    The 10 short pieces that made up Drama Socs UnScene Festival certainly packed a punch. Emma Halahan reviews a night of...

    Emma Halahan31/01/2017
  • Doctor Who?

    Ruby Rogers discusses the decline of BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Sherlock’ “Doctor who?” – the famous question, that has been asked...

  • McFly: It’s All About Egham

    Four-piece boyband McFly have been spotted in Waitrose Egham during their writing trip. Joanne Archer charts the recent developments of the...

    Joanne Archer25/01/2017

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