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REVIEW: Shuvinai Ashoona: ‘When I Draw’

The surreal meets the everyday in Inuk artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s mesmerising pencil drawingsthat depict the meshing of mythology and modernity in her hometown of Kinngait, Canada.Fantastical, many-tentacled creatures exist in…

City In, Gunners Out: The FA Cup Battle

Arsenal 1-0 at Borehamwood. 14-time FA Cup winners Arsenal are now looking progressively shaky as they get knocked out of the FA Cup for the second successive season. The previous…

Initial Review: The Buccaneers

I first came across The Buccaneers in the most Gen Z way possible…through their soundtrack release on Spotify. Akin to The Summer I Turned Pretty, big headline artists on the…

A Mirror Review

A Mirror is a play about a play in which characters write, read, watch and question plays and playwriting. Sam Holcroft, a graduate of the University of Edinburgh, successfully created…

Inquest opens into police shooting of Chris Kaba

On 4 October, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) opened an inquest into the death of Chris Kaba, who was shot by police on 5 September in Streatham Hill,…

Ridley Road review: Right target, wrong delivery

Rating- ⭐⭐⭐ BBC period dramas are a constant game of hit and miss. Some, such as the infamous Peaky Blinders, creep into the Netflix streaming stratosphere and sustain huge followings.…

Last Night in Soho: A Well-intentioned Mess

Rating: ⭐⭐ Edgar Wright’s much-anticipated new release, Last Night in Soho, is a visual extravaganza of a time-warping thriller on trauma, sexual assault, and righting the wrongs of our past.…

Speaking to Black Lives Matter protesters outside the American Embassy in London

Despite ominous rain clouds, the threat of the virus, and the statements of Priti Patel and Matt Hancock urging people not to go to the protests, thousands gathered outside the…