"Mean Girls" Musical Review

01-01-2020

One of the most iconic teen films of the twentieth century has been given musical reboot. Mean Girls the musical, with music by Jeff Richmond, lyrics by Nell Benjamin, and the legendary Tina Fey returning to write the book, puts a 2018 spin on the 2004 chick flick so many of us still quote to this day - and it doesn’t disappoint.

'Don't You Forget About Me!'

16-08-2018

How the eighties are making a significant impact on the pop culture of today.

Everything you need to know about ALT J

16-08-2018

As a self-proclaimed music hipster, I think that I listen to some cool music. Even though it’s probably not the case, I have extensive music playlists filled to the brim with the latest tunes and even some of the more vintage hits that do not necessarily get recognised. However, during my holiday this year, I came across one album that made me drop everything and just press play on repeat.

Black Panther: Film Review

07-07-2018

As a self-confessed Marvel nerd, I was nothing short of hyped for the release of Black Panther and the introduction of a new superhero into my favourite cinematic universe. And so, naturally, I booked tickets to see it opening night.

Disability in Film: Are These the Right Actors for the Job?

07-07-2018

A few years ago, I read a book called ‘Wonder’ by R.J. Palacio. It was about a boy living with a genetic condition called Treacher Collins syndrome; a disfigurement of the ears, eyes, cheekbones and chin. As a thirteen-year-old with an interest in books, I thought the novel was amazing. Not only did it spread light about this syndrome, it taught the valuable lesson that people should be treated equally, even if they look or perceive the world differently to others.

The Shape of Water: Film Review

07-07-2018

The newest film, by the genius human-teddy bear of a director Guillermo Del Toro, will have you marvelling and awwwwwhing at magical fairy-tale to define the year.

Why is Dance just as Important as Maths?

07-07-2018

Dance should have the same status as maths. Why? Because, although maths is of great significance to the creative development of the human mind, dance has proven to be ‘deep in the heart of every culture throughout history; part of the pulse of humanity’ and is important in the general education of every child (Ted Talks).

Call Me By Your Name: Book Review

07-07-2018

This book transports the life, culture and sunshine of Italy into the reader's hands.

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