How you can save money in the 2021 recession

For many, 2020 meant stimulus cheques, furlough payments and government backed funding. These measures in the face of a contracted economy and collateral destruction (read: the end of the small and medium business) has allowed people, during the virus and subsequent governmental crisis, to merely subsist in what was and remains, in every technicality, the … Continue reading How you can save money in the 2021 recession

Off/Stage – a new interactive zine dedicated to Black & Asian theatre

Off/Stage, is an exciting, brand new, interactive, online one-stop zine dedicated to Black & Asian theatre and culture – and it’s the only publication of its kind in the UK. Tribe Arts, a major indie theatre and media collective based in the North of England, created this zine during the pandemic lockdown of 2020, filling … Continue reading Off/Stage – a new interactive zine dedicated to Black & Asian theatre

The Tigers of Scotland in Radio Times’ official ‘Best Netflix Natural History Documentaries’ List

Breakout indie film and natural history documentary film ‘The Tigers of Scotland‘, which explores the plight of one of the most endangered creatures in the world – the Scottish Wildcat – has recently been featured as one of the Best Natural History Documentaries to Watch on Netflix. You can see the full list of Radio … Continue reading The Tigers of Scotland in Radio Times’ official ‘Best Netflix Natural History Documentaries’ List

Review: ‘WILL + ANNE’ – a play written about Shakespeare

Performance: 26th April Cast: Aiden J.Harvey and Lynn Touil Writer: John Topliff Dir: Gina Frost The play’s the thing….and context is everything. That false-friend elitism is so often tied up with people’s love or even feigned love of Shakespeare’s work. Yet it is simply the context of the age which makes the experience of his plays … Continue reading Review: ‘WILL + ANNE’ – a play written about Shakespeare

Theatre Review: ‘Shake It Up Baby!’ by Suzan Holder

Finding someone from Liverpool not knowing the words to Twist and Shout would be like, well, finding someone from Liverpool not knowing the words to…. It just doesn’t happen. Fast-forward fifty years and The Beatles’ presence still ekes out of every corner of the city, echoing along the shoreline constantly (oh wait. That’s the Museum!). … Continue reading Theatre Review: ‘Shake It Up Baby!’ by Suzan Holder