Remarkable Ice Show Comes To The Marlowe

Prepare to be dazzled this week at the Marlowe Theatre thanks to the phenomenal production of Beauty and the Beast on Ice, by the Russian Ice Stars. Whilst you would be forgiven for … 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 →

The History Boys at The Marlowe Theatre

Henry Broome reviews The History Boys, performed by University drama society T24. Here is what he thought: The History Boys by Alan Bennett is a play that needs little introduction. … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music: Pirouette, ScHoolboy Q, Dornik

ScHoolboy Q – Man of the Year A track that was created for the new NBA Live 14′ game, you could expect it to include inspirational strings and a self-aggrandising title … Continue Reading →

2013: The Best Year for Music?

Will Butler questions whether 2013 has been the best year for music or if ithas peaked too soon. Back in June, Queens of the Stone Age released their fifth LP …Like Clockwork. Armed … Continue Reading →

Canterbury’s Best: Susan’s Cafe

Farah Chowdhury’s favourite place in Canterbury is Susan’s Cafe. Here’s why. To say that Canterbury is overflowing with places to rest your weary self after a long … Continue Reading →

Theatre Review: Chelsea Hotel

  Earthfall dance and theatre troupe put on an interesting show about New York’s Chelsea Hotel, exploiting to full effect this veritable source of bohemian culture. Earthfall … Continue Reading →
as you like it

Theatre Review: As You Like It

Rebekah Chilvers reviews a Shakespearian classic with an unusual contemporary twist. On Saturday 19th October, Transport Theatre Company brought their unique production … Continue Reading →

Hustle Star Wows National Audiences

Adrian Lester, star of the BBC’s Hustle, has wowed audiences at the National Theatre with his sensational performance as Othello in this Shakespearean production. Manipulated by … Continue Reading →

Any Dream Will Do At The Marlowe

Whilst any dream will do for Joseph, certainly not any show will do after watching Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Marlowe Theatre this week. Starring ‘H’ from Steps … Continue Reading →

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