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Your Concert Survival Guide

I know concerts are one of my favourite places on earth – you’re surrounded by people who enjoy the same music as you, watching an artist perform their songs, being able to forget about reality for a few hours. And with the number of tours being announced, it’s important to …

Don’t Worry Darling: You Could Have Done Better

Amongst talks of spitting at its Venetian premiere, onset feuds, and the most troubled post-production history known to man, Don’t Worry Darling had quite a lot to be, well, worried about. The second directorial feature from Olivia Wilde (the first being the widely well-received Booksmart (2019)) has been marred with …

What lies beyond the Kim-Kraze?

In the era of reality television and social media, the posterity of a person’s fame is directly correlated to how viral (understand shocking, entertaining, and therefore shareable) their content is. Since her infamous 2014 photoshoot for Paper Magazine, Kim Kardashian and the rest of the Kardashian clan have made a …

The Cultural Significance of ‘Avatar’

For most of us, James Cameron’s 2009 film Avatar feels like a flash in the pan; a relic of our childhood that was emblematic of the 3D craze that dominated the early 2010’s, but that’s largely how it would remain in the pop culture zeitgeist– a relic.  James Cameron is …

Watership Down 50 Years On

2022 marks fifty years since the first publication of Richard Adams’ novel Watership Down, a children’s animal fantasy that chronicles the journey of a group of rabbits trying to find a new home at the titular location after the prophesised destruction of their original warren. The book won several major …

My Summer Book List

So exams are over, academics are done and I have found myself with an abundance of time on my hands with nothing to fill it.  But luckily I remembered that I am an English Lit student that actually adores reading, and can now actually read for pleasure with no academic …