Arts & Entertainment

  • The Bioshock Ball

    The Bioshock Ball

    The critically acclaimed Steampunk first-person shooter series is to become a trilogy later this month with the release of Bioshock: Infinite. To celebrate, Game on the Headrow in Leeds is organizing a launch […]

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  • Review of Twelfth Night

    Review of Twelfth Night

    “If music be the food of love, play on”. Twelfth Night has to be one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies. The Apollo theatre in London is currently host to a […]

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  • Fiona Apple – Tidal

    Fiona Apple – Tidal

    Tidal is the first album of Fiona Apple, a talented singer-songwriter who, following her debut, has released albums of critical and commercial acclaim. This album whilst not her best remains […]

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  • The Twilight Saga: Is it really over?

    The Twilight Saga: Is it really over?

    Unless you live under a rock, or avoid Facebook and teenage girls all together you may be blissfully un-aware of the Twilight phenomenon, it began with four books that spawned […]

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  • Young Adult Novels: A Cliché?

    Young Adult Novels: A Cliché?

    Young Adult novels have had their fair share of slander over the years, but should a novel aimed a specific audience really be disregarded because of said audience? I’m not […]

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  • We accept PV

    Dubbed the next libertines, Palma violets have taken the indie rock scene by storm, blasting the now ‘been-there-done-that-heard-it-all-before, indie dance pop out of the water with their painfully cool and […]

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  • Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    On Saturday night, I along with many other Supergrass fans saw the bands former front-man Gaz Coombes perform solo at the Brudnell Social Club in Leeds. The new material, from […]

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  • Music Spotlight – Rae Morris

    Music Spotlight – Rae Morris

    Slipping on to the scene after she finished her A-levels a few years ago Rae Morris is an elegant and charming singer that’s definitely worth a listen. This artist has […]

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  • Frank Turner at Wembley: his mum, tattoos and wanting to dance.

    Frank Turner at Wembley: his mum, tattoos and wanting to dance.

    On the Friday 13th April around 12,000 fans surged to Wembley Arena to celebrate Frank Turner’s first headlining arena concert. Having played over a thousand shows it has been said […]

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  • Lana Del Rey – Born To Die

    Lana Del Rey – Born To Die

    Lana Del Rey, (also known as Elizabeth Grant), first came to public attention after going viral with several self-made music videos for Blue Jeans and Diet Mountain Dew, two tracks […]

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