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The subtle destruction of office careers, told via its character's monologue is amusing and meaningful.
The 18th century novel is surprisingly relevant to the issues facing women today
Cultures are not merely fashionable accessories
Despite Winston Churchill's major role in one of the greatest famines in the history of mankind he is still unduly lauded by the British people
Depictions of homecoming remind us of what makes returning home such a confusing experience
John Livesey is blown away by a preview of the sold-out 'Lovesong'
Zad El Bacha is highly impressed with 'Yellow', an adaptation of Charlotte Perkin Gilman's 'The Yellow Wallpaper', at the Pilch
In our final interview of term, we chat to Hugh Tappin, of Nitrous Cow Productions
Ollie Braddy reflects on an atmospheric evening of intricate vocals set against the backdrop of a 19th century church
Amelia Coen enjoys Seeing Hand Production's witty Blackpool update of Johnson's satire