Golden Oldies: The Five Greatest Films of the 1980s

Interested in watching films outside of this era, but don’t fancy sifting through flops? Emily Bright tells us why the 1980s was the best era for film. If asked to summarise … Continue Reading →

The Gospel According to Reginald D Hunter

According to our Newspaper Entertainment Editor, Reginald D. Hunter is the epitome of cool. Here’s how she found his stand-up tour. I made an error on the night of Wednesday 20th … Continue Reading →

Travelling Spiegeltent Comes to Canterbury

Recently celebrating its 30th year, the Canterbury Festival plays host to many different acts and genres in many different environments. Recently Sophie Hand had the pleasure of attending … Continue Reading →
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Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa Review

It seems there is no better way of finding out if your favourite book or television series has a cult following than if it is adapted into a film. At the premier of Alan Partridge: … Continue Reading →

The World’s End Review

Films made for our generation, I find, often simulate an atmosphere, or a feeling, or even a form that has little to do with cinematic storytelling. Borat, for example, simulated the … Continue Reading →
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Review: Miranda Series 3

Miranda is BACK. Our beloved friend is still endlessly searching for new ways to entertain herself and Stevie, whilst trying to catch the heart of her bar tender friend Gary and escape … Continue Reading →

Celebrating 3 years of Chatback Comedy

Chatback Comedy has been running for three years and have many more performances planned for the future. Its conception was intended to bridge the gap between the seeds being sown at … Continue Reading →

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