In Broken Politics, Neneh Cherry addresses the social issues of today

A vital and iconic voice over the past few decades, Neneh Cherry’s distinct political and personal poeticism is as potent as ever on Broken Politic...

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First Man shows the human behind the human achievement

Director Damien Chazelle continues his streak with First Man, a biopic depicting Neil Armstrong’s struggles and eventual success with his Her...

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The Trench at Southwark Playhouse is almost as disappointing as it is unnecessary

After a successful Fringe run in 2012, Les Enfant’s Terrible bring their Great War puppetry to London, but will it be to similar acclaim? Per...

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69: The Fashion Brand For The Kid In All of Us

The brand championing the ‘happy camper look’ – 69 takes you right back to your childhood Have you ever 1) fallen into a state of despair upo...

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Food for Freelancers: Sabor

Our weekly Food for Freelancers column continues with the glisteningly superb Sabor, an affordable and easy Michelin-starred restaurant with flair....

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Matthew Weiner makes his streaming debut with The Romanoffs

This big budget next step for Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner marks his first piece of television since the allegations of sexual harassment made ag...

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With Bottle It In, Kurt Vile adds to his already impressive discography

Kurt Vile lets it all out in his new album, Bottle It In With an extensive discography under his belt, Kurt Vile has very much carved out a place f...

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The Finance Curse and Killing Commendatore

Non-fiction: The Finance Curse -Words by Zoe Southcott In The Finance Curse – How Global Finance Is Making Us All Poorer, Nicholas Shaxson, author ...

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Mandy is the perfect horror film for the swiftly approaching Halloween

A strange feature from Beyond the Black Rainbow’s director Panos Casmoto, is his new film Mandy worth seeing? -Words by Christian Johnson Man...

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Wise Children at The Old Vic is one of the best adaptations we’ve seen so far this year

CW: On-stage suggestions of sexual abuse, miscarriage, and incest. Reworking Angela Carter’s 1991 novel Wise Children, Emma Rice’s theatrical imagi...

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Modern Couples at the Barbican is the perfect combination of art and love

If you’re after a cultured dose of voyeurism, Modern Couples is your best bet. The Barbican show is a multi-orgasmic concoction of 40 early 20th ce...

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Huel

We’ve all heard about it, but is it good? Is it bad? What even is it? What actually is Huel? Maybe more than just a buzzword for tech hipster...

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Eckhaus Latta brings commercial success to their brand

How do you reconcile the spirit of the underground with commercial success? Designer duo, Mike Latta and Zoe Eckhaus stick to what they already do ...

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Cary Joji Fukunaga’s Maniac is weird, but in the best ways

The world of Cary Joji Fukunaga’s Maniac is uncanny, dystopian, but undeniably beautiful in its surrealism. Jonah Hill plays the wary schizophrenic...

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Ultimate fun with PINK by CHAI

The crazy-fun world of CHAI’s new album PINK, reviewed by Kez Cochrane CHAI have enough energy and enthusiasm for everyone, and then some. Bl...

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Fear and Paradise Rot

Non-Fiction: Fear by Bob Woodward (Simon & Schuster UK) In Fear, Bob Woodward paints a strange picture. A White House in perpetual panic mode. ...

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A Star is Born brings Lady Gaga to the big screen in a classic adaptation

A silver screen triumph about the fickle beast that is fame, A Star Is Born shows Bradley Cooper at his best and highlights the new talent of Lady ...

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Mrs Dalloway at the Arcola

Elinor Potts writes on the Arcola’s precarious performance of Mrs Dalloway This adaptation of Virginia Wolf’s Mrs Dalloway isn’t for everyone...

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