The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel is like ice cream for the eyes

The second season of The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel, out on Amazon Prime, is just as delicious as the first, a welcome surprise after the disappointmen...

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True West showcases an excellent Kit Harrington in a subpar rendition

In the beating heart of London’s West End, the Vaudeville theatre houses a new production of Sam Shepard’s 1980 play True West. Shephard, who died ...

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Sorry To Bother You acts as a call to arms for everyone who hates their jobs

It’s a grey, tepid afternoon in October. I’ve been attending industry screenings at the London Film Festival for two weeks. I’m sat in the BFI Sout...

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The Klimt and Schiele sketches at the RA represents a turning point for European art

The sensitively rendered drawings currently on view at the Royal Academy allow visitors to peer into a pivotal moment in history, after which the w...

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More success for Off-White

Let’s start with a game of 20 questions, shall we? Here are some hints: -he’s a self-professed “faux-millennial” -his atelier is a screenprinter -a...

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Food for Freelancers: Market Hall Victoria

In the coming years, there’s going to be a major need to reinvent our high streets. With online retail killing off a vast chunk of traditional / br...

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For some No Activity will have gone under the radar, but its a cop show like no other

CBS’ new remake of Australian cop comedy No Activity has just released its second season, with Patrick Brammall still in the lead role, albei...

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a great addition to the Coen Brothers’ filmography

The Coen brothers’ latest film ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ feels less like a film and more like an exercise in mythology and world building. Doi...

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The Evolution of Jacky Tsai

Heading to Unit London to see artist Jacky Tsai’s show is like entering a Willy Wonka kaleidoscope of colour, texture, and immersive art. The large...

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Food for Freelancers: Lentil Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

As promised from week one, it’s not always about dining out. With pressing deadlines – and, let’s be honest, often increasing gaps between invoices...

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Fried Clothes for Days

Have a biteful of a new trend: Fried Chicken Fashion It’s late. The night bus has been “due” for ten minutes, your phone died again so the go...

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We didn’t realise how much we missed Louis Theroux

Louis Theroux’s new project, three part mini-series Altered States, tracks the lives of Americans living outside their traditional social norms in ...

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Anderson .Paak’s new album Oxnard brings out summer vibes in the middle of a miserable day

If you live in London, you’re probably cold, wet, and miserable today. Maybe Oxnard will make you happier for 56 minutes Glistening chimes an...

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A Very Very Very Dark Matter is Very Very Very Weird

Featuring a pygmy in an attic who write classic literature and ghost soldiers who admit to the slaughter of millions, the most shocking part of thi...

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Assassination Nation doesn’t always get it right, but is a call to arms when it does

So many films rail against social media or the current political climate in the U.S., making it hard to access any form of counterculture in film. ...

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Super Drags! represents an important step in the right direction for Netflix in a kitschy package

Netflix brings us the best of queer comedy in its new original cartoon, Super Drags! Originally in Brazilian Portuguese, the English dubbed version...

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Hereford Road Restaurant

Does anyone do a family tree for chefs? Given how great London’s dining scene has become in the last 25 years or so, it would be interesting readin...

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Have A Good Time X Adidas unites one of the biggest brands in the world with one of the coolest

‘When Should You Label a Relationship?’ and ‘No Label Dating: Can You Have Love Without Commitment?’ are two headlines you wouldn’t expect to...

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boygenius shows how supergroups should be done

When three artists, with insurmountably sublime talent and a distinctive penchant for crafting the most viscerally emotive songs in their own parti...

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Bridge of Clay and Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Fiction: Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak -Words by Josh Mcloughlin  “Writing is always difficult”. Thirteen years after his best-selling teen novel ...

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