August 2017

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Emotional Terrorism

Eliza Hunton doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry at this weird and wonderful performance

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: The Rise And Fall Of Marcus Monroe

Eliza Hunton wonders whether you can have too much of a good thing when it comes to comedy

Review: Game of Thrones, Season 7

Game of Thrones increasingly seems like a very different show, though it’s still a hell of a ride, says Daniel Goldstraw

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Comedy in the Dark

Jodie Sheehan finds that darkness can shine a whole new light on comedy

NUS President to announce new Student Poverty Commission

Shakira Martin launches project aimed at unearthing the economic issues facing students

Movies That Matter: Cinema Paradiso

Andrew Young keeps it short and sweet on the film that revels in the soul of the movies themselves

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Meet Me at Dawn

This fresh yet timeless play leave Jodie Sheehan with plenty of food for thought

Movies That Matter: Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights

Frida Fliflet’s personal pick is a guilty pleasure from her adolescent years


Festival Republic launch new initiative to address gender imbalance in the music industry

BBC Music Introducing announce their line-up for Reading and Leeds Festivals 2017

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of BBC Music Introducing hosting stages at Reading and Leeds, showcasing some of the best emerging talent from across the UK

Review: GLOW, Season 1

An underwhelming 80s romp which suffers from a classic case of style over substance

Rwandan Presidential Election: Stability over Democracy?

Rwanda could be lauded as a model post-war state which has managed to re-build itself after a terrible conflict. The…