Beatrix Potter is one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time, with her characters being an integral part


Tuesday 26th January 2016 saw J.K. Rowling awarded the PEN award of Free-Speech, which is given each year to an

Hetty Feather Feature

Based on a children’s novel by Jacqueline Wilson, Hetty Feather is a show for all ages. With humour, heartache, and at

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With the new year comes the promise of an exciting new production from UoN’s award-winning musical theatre society, Musicality. Impact


It’s a sad day when the final curtain comes down on a West End show, especially when it’s been a

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Sunday 24th January 2016 revealed Banksy’s new piece of work opposite the French Embassy in Knightsbridge, London. The artwork utilises


According to French scientist Pascal Cotte – one of the world’s leading experts in the analysis of paintings – other


A recent trend in the cultural sphere is the historical appropriation of works bearing racist titles. This is linked to


‘Shakespeare was big, but Dickens was bigger’ were the words which summarised the opening song of this production, which encapsulated

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2015 was an exciting and controversial year in the world of dance. There were retirements, notably of the Royal Ballet