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  • Losing It: Reshaping Sex Education

    CONTENT WARNING: Rape. Beth Carr shines a spotlight on alumna Nina Lemon and her play ‘Losing It’. Watching a musical about...

    ArtsBeth Carr04/07/2017
  • PC Gamer Weekender 2017 – Review

    The PC Gamer Weekender has appeared once more and was something of a surprise success. The marketing for the event was...

    Features - Online onlySyed Ali06/04/2017
  • Dreamgirls: A Dream Come True

    Dreamgirls, a brilliant musical that opened in October 2016 at The Savoy Theatre on the West End stars Glee’s Amber Riley...

    ArtsMichele Theil28/03/2017
  • Raise Up Your Talents

    Michele Theil reviews the Raise-And-Give Talent Show, an event raising money for three excellent charities. The Raise-And-Give society’s charity event, aptly...

    Sports and SocsMichele Theil23/03/2017
  • Coffee House Sessions: April Keen

    Beth Carr catches up with April Keen after her Coffee House Session on 6 February. April Keen brought superbly moving music...

    ArtsBeth Carr13/03/2017
  • The Heartbreak of Molly Hooper

    SPOILERS FOR THE LATEST SERIES OF SHERLOCK An opinion on the emotional repercussions of the Sherlock series finale. Sherlock Series Four...

    ArtsBeth Carr06/03/2017
  • 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...

    ArtsBeth Carr17/02/2017
  • 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...

    ArtsEmma Halahan31/01/2017
  • Hail, Caesar! Review

    The Coen Brothers’ Hail, Caesar! is one of their most hilarious, absurd and grand films yet. What the film lacks in emotional...

    ArtsHarry Brown22/12/2016
  • Diary of an Ordinary Woman Reviewed

    Background reading for your course can equal enjoyment, writes Beth Carr. In the midst of a reading-heavy degree it can be...

    ArtsBeth Carr20/12/2016

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