Who doesn’t love Ian McKellen? Louise Chase reviews the Duke of York’s production of King Lear starring one of the most celebrated Shakespeare actors.
Connie Seamer reviews Shakespeare’s most known play of the starcrossed lovers, performed at the Globe back in 2019.
Classic Culture editor Olivia Dellar shares thoughts on one of the most loved fantasy authors new, unexpected novellas.
Katie Evans writes about the pilot of seminal sitcom Arrested Development.
Louise Chase reviews the second season of BBC’s supernatural sitcom.
Kay Miller sings praise for BBC adaptation of Middlemarch, which blurs the lines between adaptations and original.
For 150 years the Winchester School of Art has been partnered with Southampton University, and seem to have big plans all year round for their anniversary.
Georgie Holmes tells us about the mobile game we all should be playing.
The Handmaid’s Tale thrived when it hit our screens, Sophie Young compares the novel and TV adaptation.
Our beloved city Southampton has many ties to international renowned writers who created the foundation for literature, through their classic novels and poems. Some of our writers look at their favourites.
Alex Read discusses the Legend of Korra’s exciting opening episode.
Social Media poetry, poetry or a trend? Callum Holgate creates the term ‘Fast Food Poetry’ and the lack of meaning it provides.
Review: Lana Del Rey – ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass’, A Masterpiece of Kaleidoscopic Thoughts.
It’s here. Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass is here in hardback, audiobook, vinyl and cassette glory.