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Daily Archives: 27th February 2017

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2017 Formula 1 Season Preview: New Excitement

Jack Greeney looks ahead to the start of the new season of Formula 1 and the radical rule changes which seek to inject some excitement back into the sport

Photo: Press shot

Feature: In conversation with Laura Marling

Rebekah Shaw speaks to Laura Marling about femininity, creative production, and moving on from LA at the folk musician’s first student conference

Photo: Anisia Spirollari

BUCS Success for University of Manchester Karate

With a busy weekend at BUCS in Sheffield, the Karate team had success

Photo: HOME

Upcoming at HOME: La Movida

“If you lived in the 80s and remember it, then you didn’t live it.”

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More from Orange 4

Farah Elhouni continues to explore the Arabic literature from Orange 4

Photo: Chris Payne

Q&A with Free Fire director Ben Wheatley

Director Ben Wheatley and actor Micheal Smiley preview their new film Free Fire at HOME with a special Q&A

Photo: Borderline Presents

Review: The Eyes of My Mother

A story told in three parts, The Eyes of My Mother is a triumphant attempt at modern horror, from first time director Nicolas Pesce

Photo: Palace Theatre

Review: Funny Girl

Standing ovations all round for Sheridan Smith as she is truly sensational as Fanny Brice

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Top 5: Oscar Acting Snubs

The Academy does not always get it right

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Students hedge their bets as gambling addictions grow

How would we live without our student loans? New data reveals that’s what many are having to figure out, owing to the rise in rates of UK gambling addiction among young people

Photo: Ed Rosier

A Student Life: The Revolutionary Marxist

We spoke to Ed Rosier, chair of the Marxist society, about the current growth of radical groups

Photo: Chess Club Records

Interview: Sundara Karma

Amy Matthews joins indie starlets Sundara Karma before their sold-out show at the Albert Hall, to talk about their sold-out headline tour, Madchester and their debut album “Youth is only Ever Fun in Retrospect”