The Fault In Our Stars Review

Month: June 2014

The Fault In Our Stars Review

Newspaper Culture Editor Julia Mitchell reviews The Fault in Our Stars. Prepare to exercise the tear ducts. It’s time to put down your tear-stained novels and bust open a new box of tissues, folks. After months of swelling anticipation and millions of online trailer views, The Fault in Our Stars has finally hit British cinemas. And oh my, it’s definitely worth the hype. Adapted from John Green’s bestselling novel with the same name, The Fault in Our Stars (or TFIOS) has topped the charts since its publication in 2012. You’d be forgiven for mistaking this title as just another…

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Feline Frenzy Down at The Marlowe

Newspaper Editor, Emma Shelton, joins the feline frenzy at the Marlowe as Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s West End spectacular, Cats, comes to Canterbury. Cats is an entire musical about, you’ve guessed it, cats! To be more specific, these cats are of the Jellicle variety. You’ve never heard of a Jellicle cat? Needless to say that neither had I until my first encounter with one during the performance of Cats. Jellicle cats are in fact nocturnal and habitually gather for the ‘Jellicle ball’ for those who aren’t familiar with them. As we were waiting for the show to start, personally not knowing what…

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Is The Great British Sporting Summer Already Over?

With England bowing out of the World Cup in the group stages and Sri Lanka winning their first ever test series on our shores, is the renowned British sporting summer already over? The past week has been painful for English sports fans. First the football team were knocked out of the World Cup, then we were annihilated by the All Blacks and finally, to cap it all off, we were defeated by Sri Lanka in the cricket. It has been a disaster. But there are some rays of light piercing through the hellish ruins of our nation’s sporting prowess. Agonising to…

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InQuire’s Summer 2014 Playlist

InQuire’s very own Website Sport Editor, Henry Sandercock, has put together his picks for the soundtrack to your summer. From Bombay Bicycle Club to Blondie to Bob Marley, this playlist has got it all. Listen to the full playlist below and have a read of what Henry thinks of each song. Or if you’ve got any better ideas, comment below and we’ll add them to the playlist! Take Me – Rüfüs: Bit of a guilty pleasure but it is summer reincarnate. This is Real – Frankie Valli: It’s summer but it’s raining or you’ve just been dumped. This song fills that…

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Exams are over, why not visit London?

Natalie Turco-Williams, Website Culture Editor, puts together her top 3 days in London for those planning a trip during their last few weeks in Canterbury. As exam season comes to an end, it’s time to turn those flashcards into confetti and celebrate by making the most out of our last few weeks left in Canterbury. So, what should be on our Canterbury bucket-list? Maybe a picnic outside the Cathedral or a day up in Whitstable with your housemates. One things certain though, with many of us not having access to the high speed train over the summer I think…

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