Arts

  • Review: Trojan Barbie

    WAR and women are two topics that seem to share a discordant bond. Rape, pillaging and subjugation can be discussed within both contexts. Holly Robinson’s production...

  • Twelfth Night

    By Lauren O’Hara I AM currently directing an all-male, contemporary production of ‘Twelfth Night’ for the King’s Shakespeare Company. I didn’t get involved in any...

  • Refreshingly modern: Once, the musical

    A spontaneous theatre trip to see new musical Once left Helena Maxwell pleasantly surprised, and offered a refreshing musical insight into modern life. Having booked...

  • Painted Faces

    Loughros Point revisited – Chris Stevens There aren’t many ways you can improve upon an evening of free champagne. However, Ali Pantony’s private viewing of...

  • Deliciously disturbing: American Psycho

    80s synth-pop, Matt Smith, and a musical adaption of one of Daisy Bartlett’s favourite books of all time: what more could a gal want?  ...

  • Trip down Mexico way: the perfect night in

    Jessica Moffatt-Owen has five reasons why the Discovery Mexican kit is the new way forward for student cuisine. Who doesn’t like Mexican food, right? I...

  • Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!

    For those of you still musing about whether to see Somerset House’s latest fashion coup, Helena Maxwell’s review may aid your decision. As someone passionate...

  • Should Shakespeare be modernised?

    Are you a fan of modern interpretations of Shakespeare? Arts Editor Jessica Moffatt-Owen was skeptical, so find out what she thought of this revamped production...

  • ‘Depression is my muse’

    By Steph F Does pain really breed creativity? Steph discusses this difficult question, whilst giving us an insight into depression.   For as long as...

  • Don’t tell me to take a chill pill

    by Anonymous    As third-year students, stress is rife for all, but people deal with stress in very different ways.   Some people thrive off...