Not knowing much of the play before-hand, I was going in with no expectations which allowed me to appreciate the performances in their entirety. To call the play phenomenal would be an understatement. From starring in the hit BBC show ‘Normal People’ to performing in front of a live audience as such an iconic character in theater, Paul Mescal did Stanley’s character incredible justice. I was terrified while also enthralled when watching him.
“Those who get used to it, end up quitting”, when there is no more care or excitement in what you’re doing, then why are you doing it? It was really insightful talking to Millie and she definitely changed my opinion on a lot in regard to underground punk music and generally having a passion for something. I stayed around to watch her perform and the energy in the room was electric. The venue was packed out with people wearing her merch, someone was even wearing LED ‘billboard-like’ glasses.
Australian rock-band DMA’S have shared new song titled Something We Are Overcoming from their highly anticipated fourth album How Many Dreams?
January is said to be the most depressing month of the year with the 24th being the most depressing day. Perhaps because the excitement of Christmas is over but it’s still cold and dark? The short wintery days seem to make sense when we’re surrounded by beautiful twinkling lights and sitting in the knowledge that soon there’ll be no university for about a month. But now it’s not so joyous, is it? December was fun, a good excuse to go shopping, buying gifts (for ourselves) with an unrelenting amo
With a setlist crammed full of hits from ten years in the industry, the Vamps celebrated this milestone with a performance at the Bournemouth International Centre (The BIC) as part of their ‘Greatest Hits World Tour.’
When I saw the trailer for The Banshees of Inisherin 2 months ago, it instantly had me intrigued. The trailer was really funny and the plot seemed to be remarkably quaint: lifelong friends abruptly fall out after no explanation. Starring Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell, two actors whom I love alongside some breath-taking cinematography on a fictional Irish island.
Manchester based indie rockers Pale Waves are crashing back onto the UK scene after a summer of main stage festival slots and supporting 5 Seconds Of Summer’s massive US tour, Manchester based indie rockers, Pale Waves are back with a new tour this week.
15 years ago, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson threw his hat in the ring to play the anti-hero Black Adam. The movie of the same name has finally been released. I must state that I am by no means a DC expert, I’ve played the LEGO games and watched a couple of the animated shows in my time but I’m absolutely an MCU fan first.
In today’s world we are always making sure we are pleasing others, whilst keeping ourselves happy. Compromising is a part of everyday life, whether this is with friends or within romantic relationships. There is always a feeling we must meet in the middle and consider others.
Almost three years ago, on November 1, 2019, Blizzard Entertainment announced the bold, ambitious sequel to their wildly popular first venture into the First Person Shooter (FPS) genre, ‘Overwatch 2.’
Once you develop a cult following on the level of Bladee and Drain Gang, it can sometimes be easy to fall into the trap of ‘giving the fans what they want’, perhaps sidelining your own artistic vision and progression in the process. However, Bladee continues to be a champion of the soft-spoken and introverted while simultaneously keeping his sound fresh and unique almost 10 years into his career.
Do you need some guidance on how to style your winter clothes for a night out? This article gives you all the ideas and tips to look dressy and warmer for the colder nights!
In the thick of their headline tour “The Beautiful Nothing”, Edinburgh based indie band Vistas visited The Loft in Southampton to play old favourites and new releases all in the run up to festival season.
“The live experience is the most important thing.” As DMA’s make their return with their fourth studio album How Many Dreams, we sat down with guitarist Matt Mason to chat about the recording process, armadillos, and what it means to “do a shoey.”
The most prestigious, classy and often-times controversial film awards take place this weekend. This is, of course, The Oscars, or the 95th Academy Awards to be technical. Stirring performances, bold films and sharp scripts from the last year of cinema are all awarded with the famous golden statues. For some, awards season is more than just the news articles and red carpet photos. Some of us spend hours watching the nominees and theorising who will take home which awards. If you want to be right
Australian 3-piece rock band, DMA’s are back with their latest album How Many Dreams? set for release later this month.
In the approach up to Christmas, motivation dwindles away, and we indulge on yummy food. As January approaches lots of us start to think about our resolutions and ways to better ourselves, with the most popular resolution being the aim to be healthier.
42% of gym membership sign-ups are in January, over half of those are unused after only 24 weeks.
With THE GLOWing successes of their last album dimming down, Aussie alternative trio DMA’s are back with their newest single Everybody’s Saying Thursday’s the weekend. This is the second offering from the upcoming album How Many Dreams? set for release on March 31, 2023
This book is a masterpiece and international bestseller in educating a nation of the true extent of what humans have done to this planet. The damage we have done and continue to do may reach a point of irreversibility, and the 96-year-old continues trying to give hope and ideas into what we can do so that we can mitigate the climate crisis.
The hijab has been around for centuries, if not millennia, in many cultures and religions, it is a form of veiling, mainly practised by Muslim women and it has been quintessential to many of their identities.
Indie rock singer-songwriter Beabadoobee took to the stage of Southampton Engine Rooms as part of her ‘Beatopia Tour.’
Poole Harbour Festival will return this weekend and is expected to see larger crowds than ever before.
Students love to express themselves and who they are through their clothes across the campus. But what's hot...and what's not?