Arts

  • 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...

  • Laughter really is the best medicine

    The old familiar saying goes, ‘laughter is the best medicine’, but just how beneficial can humour be? Science has proven that laughter can help to...