The Edge rounds up ones to watch for 2015, with acts including Darlia and Prides.
Our writers turn a speculative eye on the Christmas TV specials we’re all looking forward…
Eastern Boys is a striking piece of cinema, offering a strong and sometimes challenging first hour and a half, which is, unfortunately, brought on clumsy cliché narration grounds for the last 40 mins, says Virginie Robe.
Once again, Ryan Murphy creates a series bustling with poignant and frightening performances with a backdrop of poetic visuals.
Assassins Creed has its last outing on the consoles that made it a household name. Though lacking in graphic innovations the story is well worth playing.
Fardon is back with even more wonderful Oxbridge questions. Toby investigates whether he could have made it in.
Well and truly sunk by a clearly muddled style, and then raised exponentially by a world-beating lead performance, Get On Up stands as one of the most divided films of the year, says Ben Robins.
The National performed a moving show on the final night of their tour, supported by Wild Beasts.
Will goes along to see the highly anticipated Jeeves & Wooster at the Mayflower theatre.
Linkin Park stormed London’s O2 Arena, proving that they are still one of the most exciting bands around today.
Writer Tom Hopkins reviews ‘Assassin’s Creed: Unity’, the franchise’s first game to be limited to next-generation consoles and PC.
This week’s round-up sees the release of Horrible Bosses 2 and Paddington, as well as rereleases of both Frozen and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
This week’s round-up sees the release of singles from both McBusted and Take That, as well as a new Beyoncé EP.