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The everyday art of living

Ramani Chandramohan is enthralled by the creativity behind Japan’s cities and homes, explored in the BBC documentary, The Art of Japanese Life

Coming full circle: The importance of Queer British Art for young...

Billie Esplen considers the relevance of Tate Britain's Queer Britain exhibition

Oxford can’t afford to lose clubs like Cellar

The planned closure of Cellar is a warning sign of our city's creeping gentrification

The Russian Revolution was a kind of orgy

Altair Brandon-Salmon is thrilled by the British Library's exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution

Houghton Festival 2017 Review

The brand new Houghton Festival impresses, delights and transcends the music it focuses on all together.

‘Half Breed’ at the Fringe Review: ‘Beautifully articulated’

Izzy Smith is overwhelmed by Natasha Marshall's play about race, friendship and finding a voice

The Morality of Mario Kart’s Blue Shell

Nancy Epton discusses the infuriating Blue Shell, the bane of Mario Kart gamers

‘The Inevitable Quiet of the Crash’ at the Fringe – “a...

Ela Portnoy falls in love with 'The Inevitable Quiet of the Crash' at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Titus Andronicus at the RSC – “Why dost thou laugh? It...

Will Austin finds the RSC's new production of 'Titus Andronicus' to be an intriguing blend of gore and farce

‘Hotter’ at the Fringe – experimental and warm, but just short...

Ela Portnoy leaves this piece of feminist theatre with a smile on her face
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