Arts Reviews

On Thursday the 21st I had the pleasure of watching and catching up with Ellie Searston, a member of the

“I’ve a soft spot fur daft romantics” – Hello, I am Scotland Oyster is a brilliant collection of modern poetry

If you’ve ever been for a stroll down London’s South Bank, whether to visit the Tate Modern, take photos of

Few productions manage what Sara Pascoe manages in her reimaging of ‘Pride and Prejudice’. She remains fiercely loyal to the

TITLE: Radio Silence AUTHOR: Alice Oseman GENRE: YA fiction PUBLISHER: HarperCollins PUBLISHED: 2016 PAGES: 403 WARNING: Some emotional abuse and bullying. The perfect September read, Alice Oseman’s

This uplifting musical follows the story of two Mormons who are sent to Uganda to teach people about their religion.

The 21st June saw the second day of Nottingham’s Student Fringe Festival, with the standard just as high as the

On the 20th and 21st of June the Nottingham New Theatre put on the Student Fringe Festival (StuFF), and though

Coronet Production’s performance of The Pillowman sinisterly explores the moral implications of violence in art and literature whilst injecting the

An intrepid band of adventurers have set out on a dangerous quest. Threats lurk around every corner, from grumpy barmen,