As Is

Theatre, Bedlam Theatre, Venue 49, 11:30 until August 5th-16th, 18th-30th. As Is is a play which premiered in 1985 during the peak hysteria surrounding the emergence of HIV in the gay community,...

Kimmy Schmidt

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is Tina Fey’s latest offering. Released on March 6 as a Netflix Original, this delightful comedy starts with a dark premise: a girl, kidnapped at 14 and kept in an...

Citizen Four

The controversy surrounding Edward Snowden and his whistleblowing activities is arguably one of the most important events of the 21st century. Exposing the illegal wiretapping practices of the US...

Netflix Picks

The Office is an epic of a series. As a re-make of the British series written and starring Ricky Gervais, it is perhaps the only time that I have openly admitted that a US version was superior to the...

Ordaining the modern Church

Last week, a monumental change took place in the practices of the Church of England, as the first female bishop, Libby Lane, was consecrated. After decades of long debate, the action marks a striking...

Christmas is here

We know the Christmas season is upon us, partly due to the insistent tunes that are playing in the shops, and the presence of sub-par ‘celebrities’ turning on the lights in towns up and down the...

Top Five Short Shows

Now we have reached mid-term, both procrastination and essay writing are at fever pitch. I think even the best of us have fallen victim to it, myself definitely included. It’s difficult in the...

The Knick

The Knick is a gore-filled medical drama showcasing turn-of-the-20th Century medical practices at New York’s Knickerbocker Hospital.