Representing the People: Review

Recognising the centenary of the Representation of the People’s Act and International Women’s Day, The Attenborough Centre for the Creative…

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The Badger Reviews: Derry Girls

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MwnpSEzprQ[/embedyt] This week, Sophie our film editor, reviews season one of Derry Girls. Have you seen it? What did…

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Review: Sushi Mania

It is no secret that many students will cough at any idea of a meal outside the confines of the…

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Review: Riverdale

With the return of appointment television, Netflix is now releasing on a weekly basis episodes of new CW teen-hit Riverdale.…

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The Great Escape 2016: Reviewed

The Badger took on the imposing task of covering The Great Escape; leaping between interviews and gigs across Brighton and…

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Books: Meme Wars

Ben Ringshall Meme Wars is the latest edition in a series of publications by Kalle Lasn, the renowned Canadian filmmaker,…

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Discover Brighton: Bill's

A recent conversation amongst friends revealed a huge void that liespreviously undetected, dividing us right down the middle. We are…

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08 – The review

From fast runners to human train crashes, 2008 has been a year to remember. The Badger arts team does what…

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Discipline and Punish

‘Discipline and Punish’, SUDS’ Edinburgh Fringe 2008 play, is in essence very minimalistic. The ominous and oppressive staging consists only…

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Review: The House Bunny

If you prefer a bit of mainstream froth, hop along to The House Bunny, where determined Anna Faris, star of…

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Review: Gomorrah

Based on Roberto Saviano’s bestselling exposé of the Camorra (the Neapolitan mafia), Gomorrah uncompromisingly depicts the interwoven lives of five…

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