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Fulfilment Review

Fulfilment is a theatre piece aiming to reveal the faces behind the smiling orange logo of Amazon next day delivery. It aims high in its vilification of Amazon warehouse conditions…

‘Graceful and intelligent’: Baby, What Blessings review

Baby, What Blessings is a well-crafted piece of theatre, untangling a complex relationship between a white woman, Billie, and a black man, Amal. Billie is the lone narrator of this…

Everything I Do Review

Everything I Do is a captivatingly ambiguous live concept album, performed solo by Zoe Ní Riordáin, featuring songs from her original album. This is an eccentric and unique performance; the…

Varying fees across subjects is not the way to fix higher education

The average UK graduate student will leave university buried under the weight of £50,800 in student debt. This tremendously high figure is unfortunately made even more daunting by its relentless…