Culture Literature

Free Women, Free Men

Content warning: sexual assault, victim blaming Camille Paglia’s self-affirmation as an advocate of gender equality could not be further from the truth. In her most recent selection of essays, Free Women, Free Men, Paglia leaps from topic to topic, covering subjects from the hyper-masculinity of football culture to issues of modern sex education. Whilst the breadth […]

Culture Theatre


Michael Frayn’s 2003 play Democracy combines politics with the downfall of trust. Delving into the infamous Guillaume Affair, it documents the real life events of the highly commended, Nobel Peace Prize winning Willy Brandt, played by Tom Hodgkins. The show teaches us of his appointment as the first Left Wing Chancellor of West Germany in […]