From sudden prodigy to coming-of-age queen, Thea Hartman takes a look at the triple Oscar-nominee’s journey ahead of her next film, Greta Gerwig’s Little Women.
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Rockstars or poets? Ahead of the release of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 2, Thea Hartman looks at Foals’ journey to becoming stallions of the UK indie-rock scene.
In the aftermath of the Game of Thrones finale, Editor Thea asks a big question: How relevant will GRRM’s last two ASOIAF books be?
We’ve gathered in Stags’ to watch Eurovision, so you don’t have to (but what are you doing if you’re not, really?)…
With one episode left to go, The Edge writers pitch in with their predictions for Westeros’ ruler.
Does the lowest-rated episode in the show’s history to date deserve all the hate? Editor Thea reviews.
Thea and Sophie’s theatre adventures continue with an opening night of ‘sex, death, and rock’n’roll’ à la Showstoppers.
Sophie and Thea enjoy a night of ‘G O O D F U N’ with SUSU Theatre Group.
From predictions to red carpet coverage, nominees and winners – we’re staying up ’til 5am so you don’t have to.
The biggest night of British music is upon us… and we’re in a SUSU Meeting…
From Miami rappers to Maryland singer-songwriters, we take you through who’s going to break the mainstream in 2019.
The Edge’s List of 2019 continues with dream pop act The Japanese House.