August 2015

Trend update: AW15 essentials

Five must-have pieces to make the transition into autumn

TV Review: Fear the Walking Dead – Series 1 Episode 2: ‘So Close, Yet So Far’

The dead are beginning to rise and Los Angeles is none the wiser, says Liam Dooley

Image Fix

Jim’ll Paint It is a website where the flashes of image-based inspiration that come to us all become reality. The eponymous Jim tells Jack Richardson what it’s like to paint the dreams of others

It’s time to abolish the House of Lords

David Cameron has appointed more Lords than any other Prime Minister in modern times.This week’s dissolution list will add 45…

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Antiwords

Spitfire give a new beauty to the big-headed in this perceptive play set in an era of communist rule

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Paul Foot

The raconteur and idiosyncratic stand-up comedian has a habit of getting sidetracked which can work to his advantage. Adam Koper reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Charolais

Noni Stapleton deserves a bigger, better loved production for her superb turn as a farmhand competing with a prize cow for the affections of the farmer

The Nouse Pub Guide 2015

York is a city with literally hundreds of pubs. That sentence still makes me smile. Having over 200 in such…

The Nouse Clubbing Guide 2015

Salvation If it’s salvation you are looking for, you certainly won’t find it here. Instead you’ll find a sweaty, yet…

Festivals 2015: Reading & Leeds Review – Mumford & Sons, alt-J, Bastille + more

Ellie Langford reports on the opening day of Reading Festival

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Tonight with Donny Stixx

Feverish theatre from a one-man cast explores the dark past of a deluded man in a brutally impressive production

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: The Red Chair

This one woman drama starts as a poetically impressive piece of experimental theatre, but descends all too soon into freeform chaos