Posts Tagged ‘reviews’

Photo: Priti Shikotra

After Janelle Monae’s MIF show received national media attention before it even began over issues with accessibility, the performer worked to undo the bad press by making inclusion and love the centre of her wacky, wonderful show

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Review: RAGS

Kayleigh Crawford reviews RAGS, reimagined by Stephen Schwartz and David Thompson, a story of immigration, identity and hope

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Louise Avey reviews Trial by Laughter at the Lowry Theatre, which may go on to become a hit with seasoned theatre-goers

Photo: Afghanistan 18 by davric @ Wikimedia Commons

John Wray’s Godsend works best on a big picture level, and because of that, doesn’t fall flat like most American fiction about the ‘War on Terror’

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Review: Aquaman

The story lends itself it to the ardent DC fan, not the casual cinema-goer

Live Review: Idles at FOPP

With barely two weeks since the release of their critically acclaimed second album Joy As An Act Of Resistance, Bristol-based five-piece IDLES descend upon the basement of Manchester record store Fopp to a crowd of avid fans for an hour of sweat-laden carnage

Photo: Jake Oliver @ The Mancunion

Despite the rain, wind and mud, Parklife manages to pull off an incredible weekend of dancing, visual wonder and musical excellence, writes Jake Oliver

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Live Review: IN-SENSÉ

“Think Jorja Smith vocals meeting Goat Girl bass lines meeting Idles’ punk energy”, writes Bella Fleming.

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Review: An Impossible Love

A film for women, about women, An Impossible Love is a powerful reminder of the dangers of toxic masculinity

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Evie Appleson reviews ‘First Time’, Nathaniel Hall’s solo performance that tackles a difficult subject

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Review: Dead Cells

We take a retrospective look at Dead Cells after the game won Indie Game of the Year at the Golden Joysticks

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