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Documentary Review: Netflix’s Chasing Coral ★★★★★

A visually stunning and emotionally arresting film that warns us of the dangers of remaining oblivious to the impact we have on our coral reefs. Chasing Coral is not an easy wa...

Film review: To The Bone ★★★

To The Bone is an honest and refreshing insight into the suffering of those with eating disorders and mental health illnesses, but it falls short with an uneasy tone and troubled n...

Review: The Scar Test

It’s the voices of the women at Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre. It’s the voices of the Yarl’s Wood Befrienders and duty solicitors, there to remind these individuals that t...

Album Review: Common Tongues Divisions

Elliot Baker takes a look inside Divisions, the debut studio album of Brighton five-piece band Common Tongues.It was Neil Sedaka who first proclaimed the adage “Breaking up is ...

Documentary Review: A Life in Waves ★★★★

The unique innovations of Suzanne Ciani provided the impetus for a electronic music revolution in the 1970s and 1980s. As this documentary explores, the impressive woman behind the...

Review: Voices of the Amazon

The dulcet tones of Jeremy Irons reverberate through the theatre, lulling the audience into the fantasy world of water sprite Beleza (Rachel Maybank) and her dying sister Flavia (F...

Documentary Review: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power ★★★★★

The arresting follow up to Al Gore's 2006 climate change documentary is undeniably a one man show, but it's the wake up call we need more than ever in the era of the environmentall...

Review: Lost in Paris (Paris Pied Nus) ★★★★

Lost in Paris is a French-Belgian arthouse comedy caper from a pair of old school 'writer clowns' Lost in Paris is old school. It’s a bit like watching a play on screen, with c...

Review: Tribe at the London Theatre Workshop

The scouts (or boy scouts, as they were originally called) have become a surprisingly international group; meaning that modern scouting is multicultural, and that the movement has ...

Review: Woolf Works, The Royal Ballet

By Guest Reviewer Nance HaxtonImages courtesy of Darren ThomasWoolf Works at QPAC, Brisbane, Australia - Exhilarating. Stunning. Exquisite. Many times, as the Royal...