Arts

Book lovers, which do you prefer: old battered charity shop books or the classic clean nice-smelling Waterstones editions? Impact Arts

We all know Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, where cross-dressing and confused twins abound. Here, Impact Arts’ resident creative writing genius Esther Kearney brings

It’s February, which means only one thing: Valentine’s Day. If you haven’t yet found ‘the one’, or are just sick

Buying a Valentine’s Day card for your crush, your ‘just-a-fling’ or your partner and unsure what to write in it,

As Valentine’s Day approaches, some of us are trying to think of those perfect captions to put into our cards

  “because he is old enough now to know happiness for what it is: brief and fleeting, not a state

The Place is Here is grounded in the 1980’s, a crucial turning point in British multicultural politics. It brings together

Impact Arts asks students who have worked in the arts industry about some of their funniest moments. This week Isla

Anna Karenina is one of those undeniable classics that people tend to claim they’ve read, or have on their shelves

Second year seems to be that point where everyone thinks ‘oh shit, I need to look into getting a job’, and