Kate Barlow

Deputy Muse Editor (2014/15)

Katie has written 23 articles for Nouse

Live Review: alt-J @ Leeds Arena

As alt-J return to the Leeds Arena touring their mature second record, Kate Barlow immerses herself in the band’s chilled but passionate performance

Review: Suffragette

The much anticipated film about the Suffragette movement well documents the struggles women faced in acquiring the vote in Britain, whilst also serving as a reminder for how the fight must continue on a global scale in 2015, says Kate Barlow

The Nouse College Guide 2015

Alcuin College Where is Alcuin located on campus? Alcuin is located away from the hustle and bustle of the central…

The Nouse Guide to Living Off-campus 2015

Hull Road For all intents and purposes, Hull Road is a student’s paradise. A short seven minute walk up Green…

Review: The Woman in Black

Kate Barlow reviews the infamously chilling The Woman in Black

Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2014: Round-up of Day 1

Braving the pelting rain, George Wood and Kate Barlow bring you the highlights of the first day of the Aesthetica Short Film Festival

Review: Maps to the Stars

Cronenberg’s latest deranged drama tries to do too much. Kate Barlow reviews

Review: 22 Jump Street

Delivering more action, more gags and more homoeroticism makes this sequel as funny as the first. Kate Barlow reviews

The long goodbye

Kate Barlow looks back on the life and career of Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki

Review: The Two Faces of January

This thriller is forgettable in a way its influences never will be. Kate Barlow reviews

Review: The Knife That Killed Me

Despite the clichéd story, the originality of this green screen production can’t be denied. Kate Barlow reviews

TV Review: Fargo Season 1 Episode 1: ‘The Crocodile’s Dilema’

The opening episode of this crime thriller manages to capture the mood of the original while delivering a new and nail-biting story. Kate Barlow reviews