The Fault In Our Stars Review


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 … Continue Reading →

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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 … Continue Reading →


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 … Continue Reading →

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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 … Continue Reading →

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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 … Continue Reading →


Orlando Bloom Voted Kent’s Cultural Icon

Following the fourth annual Canterbury Cultural Awards, Orlando Bloom has won the award for Kent’s Cultural Icon, alongside other nominees Brenda Blethyn, Tracey Emin and Ellie … Continue Reading →



Ever wondered what it would look like if Essentials was set on fire?
Wonder no more.
The tagline for KTV’s latest and largest production project, Encryption, states that “one … Continue Reading →


IQ Responds: ‘I Watch Made in Chelsea Ironically.’

Ginny Sanderson responds to Layla Haidrani’s article “Made in Chelsea: Is it Beneficial?“, saying that it should be taken with a “pinch of organically sourced, … Continue Reading →

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Party In The Car Park 2014 – The Round-Up

“Someone will lose their friends”, “There will be rides”, “You’ll #loveitkent”… All very memorable marketing campaigns for this year’s … Continue Reading →

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LGBT Bullying Report Prompts NUS to Call for ‘Zero Tolerance’

The National Union of Students (NUS) have recently called for ‘zero tolerance’ to LGBT bullying, after a report was published which highlights the experiences that LGBT … Continue Reading →

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