Blake Crompton rounds up albums which often that go under the radar for best releases of 2021
Deputy Books Editor Ava Innes reviews Lauren Elkin’s new book No. 91/92: Notes on a Parisian Commute
From hopefully heart-warming to richly painted scenes of grief and loss, Celine Sciamma’s new film is one of 2021’s best.
Sophie Hicks reviews the highly anticipated adaptation of Tick, Tick… Boom!
Snail Mail’s sophomore album beautifully conveys her emotions, and does not hold back.
Artistic director of Louis Vuitton and founder of Off-White has died at the age of 41 and leaves behind a new and better fashion industry
Hollywood’s most recent international remake is undeniably a thrilling watch but, despite its extortionate budget, fails to match the Danish original
Mary Shelley’s timeless classic has always inspired ideas of bringing back the dead, but with today’s technology are we almost there?
TURN ON FEST returns with in person events, following the 2020 launch and the online festival in 2021
Jason Fox looks back at the 1999 Japanese horror classic Audition and thinks about its relevance today
Balenciaga has been called out for putting their label on cult fashion products to appeal to the capitalist world of label-lovers. Have they gone too far?
Fact and fiction intertwine to unsatisfying ends in this genre-defying film about policing in Mexico.
Kristin Cooper discusses the removal of electronic producer Four Tet’s albums from streaming services amid a legal dispute concerning royalties, highlighting the ongoing issue of record labels failing to properly remunerate artists for streaming revenue.
Queer Contact returns to Contact – for the first time in the newly transformed venue
Does Hamnet, the prize-winning novel by Maggie O’Farrell, deserve all the praise?
Head of Culture Michal Wasilewski reviews First Time at Contact Theatre – written by and starring Nathaniel Hall
In the Accounting for Style series, we follow the monthly spending of a previously broke student who finally has enough money to live her fashion spending dreams (within reason).