Women with a family history of breast cancer are on track to be able to be tested for risks
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Don’t let her unfinished years at high school fool you into thinking Petra Collins doesn’t work
A half-price season brought crowds to Don Giovanni, but did quality get lost in the rush?
Director Herman Yau dropped by at HomeMcr for a very interesting Q&A following the screening of Sara
“I think it’s almost impossible to write without being political” — Kit de Waal
Plans to tackle NHS staff shortages continue as Jeremy Hunt reveals plans to increase the number of nurses being trained and lifting the 1% pay cap on nurses in the workforce
Herman Yau and Anthony Wong reunite for The Sleep Curse, after a string of cult horror successes in the 1990s, but whether it works is up for debate
Ticket holders to Antwerp Mansion’s Regression Sessions event on Saturday night had their tickets revoked last minute due to fire hazards
Two goals in the last ten minutes for Liverpool John Moores University condemned the University of Manchester to a league-opening defeat
Blast from the past or fashion icon?
It’s not even Halloween yet but Balenciaga seems determined to frighten us
With the sequel to Blade Runner, a modern film noir first, science-fiction second, released this month, Lucas counts down his favourite neo-noirs