Coming of Age: Reflections on ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’

A Retrospective Review of The Buddha of Suburbia I still remember as if it was yesterday, the moment I started reading Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia for the first…

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs: Review

“Out there we struggle to accept ourselves, but in here with people like us, we can accept each other,” The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs On now at Soho Theatre is…

Not My Wanda: A closer look at Doctor Strange’s Scarlet Witch

Why are female character arcs so often thrown to the wayside? Warning: Spoilers Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has had overwhelmingly positive reviews from fans, movie critics and cinema-goers…

Five Stars for Chronic Insanity!

This month, Chronic Insanity have brought their immersive gig theatre to Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre Chronic Insanity, a Nottingham based theatre company, led by Nat Henderson and Joe Strickland, always strives…

The History of ‘Unwell Women’ by Elinor Cleghorn

“The history of medicine, of illness, is every bit as social and cultural as it is scientific,” Unwell Women, Elinor Cleghorn ‘Unwell Women: A journey Through Medicine and Myth in…

REVIEW: ‘Piranesi’, Women’s Prize Winner 2021 (Spoiler Free)

Our review of Piranesi by Susanna Clarke, delivered to you without any crucial plot spoilers.

A Cathartic Portrait of Pandemic Life: A Review of Bo Burnham’s ‘Inside’

A deep dive into Bo Burnham’s Netflix comedy special, Inside, and how it’s the perfect encapsulation of lockdown life.

Touching the audience- Why “The Leftovers” Takes The Cake

As soon as a TV show plays its final scene and cuts to black, I find myself staring into my reflection on my laptop screen with the feeling of emptiness resting comfortably in my stomach. 

What “It’s A Sin” Taught Us About the HIV/AIDS Crisis

Louis Shankar reviews the new Russell T Davis series “It’s A Sin”. They explore how the Channel 4 show educated viewers about HIV/Aids.