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Fringe 2023: Lear Alone

Created in partnership with Crisis UK, Lear Alone is an experimental hour of theatre that uses just King Lear’s lines from Shakespeare’s original play to offer perspectives on homelessness, mental…

Fringe 2023: Iain Dale’s All Talk with Jeremy Corbyn and Len McCluskey

I would like to tell you that a former Tory candidate would be better at grilling far-left figures like former Unite Union leader, Len McCluskey and former Labour leader, Jeremy…

The Last of Us and the Politicisation of Queer Youth

I came out to my parents in 2014, aged 13; I was told that thinking something doesn’t make it true, and I did not come out again until I was…

Fringe 2022: Bloody Difficult Women Review

The piece is not afraid to highlight how politicians often refuse to go against the grain, or to refuse to do what is right for the greater good, because of…

Biden’s Inauguration: the making and breaking of tradition

Inauguration Day is as historically rooted as it is dynamic, ever reflective of the society each incoming leader exists in. As Joe Biden and Kamala Harris take their oaths, the…

IDLES miss the mark with Ultra Mono

The latest album by Bristolian rock band IDLES Ultra Mono, delivers hard hitting truths at a freight train-like unwavering velocity, scratching the anarchy itch that has plagued the British nation…

Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

A dominating figure in The Commons and on the stage, Jon Brittain and Matt Tedford have scrubbed the rust off the Iron Lady to bring her back for another year…

B-Orders

Dance / Physical Theatre / Circus, Underbelly’s Circus Hub, Venue 360, 16:25 until 29th August. A pair of acrobats crouch on stacked wooden blocks, wobbling precariously to a loud tock-tocking.…