Interview with Luke Wright

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Luke Wright's first ever poetry gig and to mark the occasion he's touring his show Poet Laureate, which arrives at the Soho Theatre next week. I caught up with Luke to find out more about his upcoming show. Can you tell me a little bit more about your... Continue Reading →

News: Art Night announces 2019 commissions in Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 and King’s Cross

London’s largest contemporary art festival, Art Night, has announced first details of the Curated Programme - a selection of internationally acclaimed artists presenting 12 commissions in locations around Walthamstow and King’s Cross. Curated by Helen Nisbet – her first edition as Art Night’s Artistic Director – the programme will take place on the night of... Continue Reading →

Review: Sex Education, Netflix

There’s been a lot of buzz around Netflix lately with the release of hit thriller Bird Box and the latest interactive episode of Black Mirror, Bandersnatch. That buzz is set to continue later this week with the streaming service’s latest show, Sex Education, a teenage comedy with a difference. Created by Laurie Nunn, this British... Continue Reading →

Top 5: New TV Shows of 2019

Christmas is over, a new year has begun, work starts again tomorrow and there’s still a whole thirty days to go until pay day. But still there’s plenty to look forward to this year (and I’m not just talking about pay day) and thankfully the television gods are shining down on us with a whole... Continue Reading →

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