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

I recently visited the ‘Records and Rebels’ exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. This fantastic exhibition demonstrated

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS. Like many other people my age, who grew up reading the Harry Potter books, watching the films

We’ve been told to never judge a book by its cover. But what if they were honest? What if book

Another week, another blow dealt to the Arts. This time it’s students who are most affected, with AQA making the

Heart-throb or heart-breaker? Man or monster? It’s fair to say that most of us must have come across Emily Bronte’s

In our currently volatile global economy, a high-risk investment such as art can be seen as a burden. As an

‘Interactive theatre’ is usually an experience which creates a close, physical relationship between actors and an actively involved audience in

Lin-Manuel Miranda (actor, composer and writer, amongst other things) is no stranger to success. His previous musical, In the Heights,

The terms of prisoner sentences often spark controversy within the public. The idea that prison is for punishment leads many