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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again review

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is more of a Super Trooper then SOS as we get to know Lily James as the young Donna during her wild summer of love.

Review – Lost in Vagueness

From director Sofia Olins, Lost in Vagueness, tells the story of Roy Gurvitz, a traveller who befriended Glastonbury creator, Michael Eavis, whilst working on site in the 90s. Gurv...

The Parkinsons: A long way to nowhere

Caroline Richards' portrait of the noughties' answer to the Sex Pistols should come with a warning: contains nudity, profanity, alcohol abuse, violence and incitement to ...

Jake Bugg at the 100 Club for Nordoff Robbins: a low energy, wistful performance 

Jake Bugg played the 100 Club on Wednesday night for music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins, and didn't look like he was enjoying it much. On Wednesday night, Jake Bugg played ...

James Yuill, A Change in State: the first live performance of a bold, riveting sound 

James Yuill is back on the music scene after a four year break with his new album A Change in State, and in his first live performance at the Sebright Arms in East London, the arti...

On The Road review: leave Kerouac at home and stick on Wolf Alice

Michael Winterbottom’s latest film is a rockumentary that blends documentary and drama with serenity and lashings of deep, dark rock from Wolf Alice. “She inhabits only the pre...

Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do Review

Well, we've come a long way from Love Story, haven't we? Lining up Taylor Swift's 2009 breakthrough hit against her latest track, Look What You Made Me Do, you'd be forgiven for t...

Feminism, feist and one hell of a fiesta: GRRRL at Folklore Hackney, the latest musical project from In Place of War 

Talented women from all corners of the globe come together as GRRRL to celebrate sisterhood and the unique power of the female voice for In Place of War When something is toute...

Interview: Sam Underwood on Frank Turner, mental illness and new Fringe play, Losing Days

With one in three people experiencing mental illness, Fear the Walking Dead, Homeland and Dexter, British actor Sam Underwood brings his new play Losing Days to the Edinburgh Fring...

England Is Mine Review: Morrissey Biopic

We get it, Steven Patrick Morrissey is a tortured soul. He would be immeasurably more likeable in Mark Gill's unauthorised biopic 'England is Mine' if we weren’t reminded how tortu...