July 2015

Edinburgh Fringe 2015: An Interview with Jenny Bede

Musical comedian Jenny Bede talks to Joel Down about the necessity of ‘thick skin’, keeping everything in perspective and solo stand-up in the run-up to her debut Fringe show, Don’t Look at Me

Singapore: Averting midlife crisis

August 9th is fast approaching, the day each year Singaporeans celebrate their independence, and success. But this time will be…

Putin- why the love?

Understandably, perhaps, for many of us living in the West, seeing the approval ratings that Putin receives in polls can…

Festivals 2015: Truck Festival – Review

Eleanor Langford checks out the increasingly prolific Oxford festival

Educating Palestine

Annabel Howarth gives us an unparalleled insight into a Bedouin school in Palestine and the Netketabi initiative

Hearts break as Willow closes

After 43 years Tommy Fong has closed the doors of Willow for the last time

Edinburgh Fringe 2015: An interview with Tez Ilyas

Ahead of his solo show, TEZ Talks, the acclaimed Tez Ilyas speaks to Tess Pullen, about a fresh take on life in Britain and going from civil servant to satiric conversant

Album Review: Everything Everything – Get To Heaven

Everything Everything somehow make ‘more is less’ a successful mission statement on their carefully ambitious and riotously good third album

Interview: Emma Gardner

Baking blogger Emma Gardner talks to Connie Shaw about what it really means to be a food blogger today

Game Jamming

Adam Koper looks at a type of competition that takes game development to the next level

Journalists should not be targeted for their job

On the 5th of July 2003, whilst standing on a traffic island, trying to hail a taxi in Baghdad, Richard…

Album Review: Years & Years – Communion

Chris Agathangelou praises the intelligent, club-friendly debut effort of Olly Alexander and Co