‘I See You’ is The xx’s boldest move to date
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‘I See You’ is The xx’s boldest move to date

Lauren Wade - February 6, 2017

It's been five years since The xx released an album but sometimes the wait proves to be worth it and it was definitely worth it in this…

La La Land: Review
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La La Land: Review

Bianca Serafini - February 6, 2017

With a record-breaking seven awards at the 74th Golden Globes Awards, La La Land seemed to sweep everybody off their feet. A film with a simplistic and…

The Handmaiden
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The Handmaiden

Rhys Baker - January 21, 2017

The acclaimed Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook latest venture is an adaption of the Welsh crime novel "Fingersmith" by Sarah Walters. International renowned for his genius work on…

The Actor’s Nightmare – Review
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The Actor’s Nightmare – Review

Alison Collins - December 14, 2016

Written by Alison Collins Pictures by Alex Carter The Actor’s Nightmare, originally written by Christopher Durang and directed by Amy Daniels, portrays exactly what it promises: the…

The Pride – Review
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The Pride – Review

Miles Fagge - December 14, 2016

Written by Charlotte Barron and Emma Taylor Pictures by Lucie Andrau Thursday the 1st of December was the opening night of SUDS’ performance of Alexi Kaye Campbell’s…

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Review
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Review

Bianca Serafini - November 28, 2016

Director David Yeats is back on the Hogwarts Express, except this time the train isn’t leaving from platform 9 ¾ but is instead in midtown Manhattan at…

Designated Survivor: Review
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Designated Survivor: Review

Bianca Serafini - November 25, 2016

By: Mwenya Lumbwe I’m a big fan political dramas and was looking for something new to watch and I stumbled across ABC’s Designated Survivor when browsing through…

SUDS’s Social Critique That Engages and Entertains: Fragments From Your Workplace
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SUDS’s Social Critique That Engages and Entertains: Fragments From Your Workplace

Madga Calheiros Pinto - November 25, 2016

On the evening of 9th of November, The Sussex University Drama Society (SUDS) presented its first performance of this academic year: Fragments From Your Workplace. The 40-minute…

The Crown: Review
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The Crown: Review

Lauren Wade - November 25, 2016

With many attempts to recreate Queen Elizabeth II’s early years as sovereign, few have succeeded in hitting the mark and portraying history as it happened. Netflix’s £130…

The People v.  O.J. Simpson: Review
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The People v. O.J. Simpson: Review

Bianca Serafini - November 21, 2016

American crime television seemed to have been in a rut until these past couple years. Shows like the 2015 docudrama Making a Murderer, 2014’s How To Get…

Lady Chatterley’s Lover Review
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Lady Chatterley’s Lover Review

Alison Collins - November 16, 2016

Image Credit: Mark Douet Lady Chatterley’s Lover started its life as a “banned book”: a novel that was published in Britain in 1960, over thirty years after…

Review: A$AP Rocky Cosy Tapes Vol One, Friends
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Review: A$AP Rocky Cosy Tapes Vol One, Friends

Glenn Houlihan - November 15, 2016

For one of 2016’s most anticipated projects, Cosy Tapes Vol One: Friends has enjoyed a fittingly tantalising prelude. A scattering of singles, a visual project directed by…

Boys in the Band Review
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Boys in the Band Review

Miles Fagge - November 9, 2016

Written by Kristian Harris and Sarah Kingsmill Image Credit: Darren Bell Boys in the Band is a play originally written by Mart Crowley, and was first shown…

Kings Of Leon, WALLS: Review
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Kings Of Leon, WALLS: Review

Lauren Wade - November 2, 2016

By: Daniel Parker Seasoned rockers Kings of Leon triumphantly return with their seventh studio album that experiments with the traditional and the unconventional as the Kings battle…

Review: Bestival 2016
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Review: Bestival 2016

Lauren Wade - October 28, 2016

Miriam Steiner It feels a lot like you’re cheating, going to a festival as press. With access to two clean press portaloos and charging points, and bumping…

Cast Iron Theatre’s ‘Six and a Bit Plays’: Review
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Cast Iron Theatre’s ‘Six and a Bit Plays’: Review

Miles Fagge - October 26, 2016

By: Sydney Jennett On a side of Brighton few students go, though a mere twenty minute walk from the clubs of Old Steine, is a small pub…

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Review
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Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Review

Miles Fagge - October 26, 2016

By: Becca Hafford & Emma Taylor This adaptation of Truman Capote’s classic 1958 novella, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, brought by Nikolai Foster has arrived in Brighton. Every seat…

October @ Patterns
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October @ Patterns

Glenn Houlihan - October 24, 2016

Patterns brushed aside Brighton’s summer hangover with a stellar first week of October, countering the shortening hours of sunshine with a vibrant seven days of gigs and…

The Cow Restaurant Review
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The Cow Restaurant Review

Rosie Dodds - October 24, 2016

Taking a break from the roast-dinner-rush of Sunday lunchtime, The Cow, a spacious bar/ restaurant in the heart of Seven Dials transforms their evening kitchen into a…

Homeland Season 5
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Homeland Season 5

Bianca Serafini - October 24, 2016

Premiered on October 2015, the fifth season of the award winning Showtime series Homeland, once again left us hanging as Carrie Mathisen looks into the light of…