Stage Society Production – “Road” by Jim Cartwright – directed by Alice Berry, George Cooper and Robert Ellis. ‘Road’ is essentially a play about one…
Speech Bubble has long been a Loughborough Union cultural staple, and one that seems to grow more and more each year. Taking place twice a…
Well, I’m going to be completely lost without this show. And so, I, Leanna Kightley, try to be all detective and pick up where French babe Baptiste left off…
Culture editor Jamie Hutton reviews director Denis Villeneuve’s new film, Arrival.
Salomé Doré tells Label why we should all go down to the Union this Wednesday from 11 until 3 for our annual International Day!
Culture Editor, Jamie Hutton reviews the emphatic drama about a disabled man who battles the benefits system.
Jordan Blake reviews the screen adaptation of the psychological thriller best seller, The Girl on the Train.
This week’s Show of the Week is ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Lets Do the Time Warp Again’. Kathryn Cockrill tells us all about the transformation of the much loved cult classic to Hollywood hit.
Part novella, part essay Max Porter’s debut novel Grief Is the Thing with Feathers is a puzzling, sometimes infuriating, often stunning and overall devastating text that, like the best writing, gives the reader an experience that couldn’t be possible.