Review: Gary Younge on ‘Another Day in the Death of America’
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Review: Gary Younge on ‘Another Day in the Death of America’

William Singh - May 21, 2017

“People aren’t innocent of everything…but do B grade students deserve to be shot dead?” Gary Younge makes a habit of humorously and painfully exposing our social failures.…

Review: Fences
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Review: Fences

Bianca Serafini - May 9, 2017

On the 26th of February everyone was shocked that the Academy had bestowed the Best Actor Oscar to Casey Affleck instead of Denzel Washington, who not only…

Review: American Horror Story, Roanoke
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Review: American Horror Story, Roanoke

Bianca Serafini - May 9, 2017

American Horror Story (AHS) has remained one of the most well produced shows on cable television for six years now. It propelled networks to look into a…

Live review: Live At Leeds 2017
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Live review: Live At Leeds 2017

Lauren Wade - May 3, 2017

Live At Leeds is the North’s award-winning metropolitan festival for new music and the organisers pulled out all of the stops for another successful year. With far…

Review: Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On
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Review: Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On

Bianca Serafini - April 25, 2017

In 2015 Sundance Film Festival screened one of the most interesting and raw documentaries on pornography of the 21st century. Following the 1998 first season of Louis…

Review: Chelsea Wolfe at The Haunt 19.04.17
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Review: Chelsea Wolfe at The Haunt 19.04.17

Jed Grainger - April 22, 2017

It is hard to file Chelsea Wolfe under a specific genre. Part Joni Mitchell-esque singer-songwriter folk and part all encompassing doom metal riffing, Wolfe has certainly carved…

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Review: Sick Festival

Olivia Aujla - April 18, 2017

  Last week, SICK! Festival, which describes itself as “the antidote to the physical, mental and social challenges of life”, came to the University of Sussex for…

Review: SMuTS West Side Story – ‘Sensuous, humorous and heartbreaking’
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Review: SMuTS West Side Story – ‘Sensuous, humorous and heartbreaking’

Billie-Jean Johnson - April 9, 2017

Photograph: Malcolm Tam The main SMuTS production of 2016-17 was West Side Story (directed by Andrew Crouch), a rousing, high-energy production which played to sold out audiences…

State of Nature: Immersive political theatre
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State of Nature: Immersive political theatre

Annie Pickering - April 7, 2017

This wasn’t theatre, this was an interactive evening in Utah with the State Governor, Merriweather, come terrorist which blew me away, literally, there is a terror explosion…

Review: Warpaint – Brighton Dome 29.03.17
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Review: Warpaint – Brighton Dome 29.03.17

Lauren Wade - April 5, 2017

After a brief hiatus, LA band, Warpaint are back with their third studio album 'Heads Up' and are touring it across the UK. Tonight we find them…

Review and Preamble: Thirteen Reasons Why
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Review and Preamble: Thirteen Reasons Why

Bianca Serafini - April 4, 2017

Content warning: brief mention of rape and stalking I started dissertation work early this morning, but when I noticed that 5pm had suddenly crept up on me,…

Review: Beautiful Thing
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Review: Beautiful Thing

Mimi Diamond - April 4, 2017

By Zachary Sweeney-Lynch Beautiful Thing by Jonathan Harvey, and directed by Sussex student Jonathan Bensusan Bashis an endearing coming of age story set on a council estate…

Review: Dutch Uncles – The Haunt – 11/03/17
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Review: Dutch Uncles – The Haunt – 11/03/17

Jed Grainger - March 24, 2017

If you were to choose the most overlooked band of the past few years, Dutch Uncles would surely rank highly up there. Formed in Stockport in 2008,…

New Noise #1
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New Noise #1

Lauren Wade - March 13, 2017

Here's The Badger's round-up of the latest singles to be released recently. Take a listen and you might even find a new favourite to add to your collection.…

Review: Kaiser Chiefs @ Brighton Centre 28.02.17
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Review: Kaiser Chiefs @ Brighton Centre 28.02.17

Lauren Wade - March 13, 2017

Anticipation and excitement hung thick in the air prior to Leeds five-piece Kaiser Chiefs taking to the stage. The band, who dismiss the indie labels that have…

Review: The Island Club @ The Prince Albert 23.02.17
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Review: The Island Club @ The Prince Albert 23.02.17

Lauren Wade - March 6, 2017

The Prince Albert is one of those brilliant venues that many new bands aspire to play whilst working their way up. Local five-piece, The Island Club were…

Review: Riverdale
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Review: Riverdale

Bianca Serafini - February 21, 2017

With the return of appointment television, Netflix is now releasing on a weekly basis episodes of new CW teen-hit Riverdale. At first glance it seems like any…

Oshio Review – Korean Food in Brighton
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Oshio Review – Korean Food in Brighton

Ketan Jha - February 8, 2017

Brighton has long suffered from a lack of Korean food. The lovely one-woman operation at the Open Market, KorPan, serves up great home-style classics. Namul does great…

‘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…