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Laughing your Com-Socs off

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October 2nd saw the fresher’s showcase of Newcastle Comedy Society in a three-part show of stand-up, sketch and improvised comedy. The show was performed in a packed-out room in...

From the small screen to the large. Should TV shows be made into films?

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Oh look! There’s another day wasted after you binge-watched all the episodes of that new TV show. You ask yourself – wouldn’t it be easier if they condensed the show...

Stranger Things: The spooky nostalgia trip

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With three seasons and a fourth on its way, Stranger Things is an exciting tale of the small town of Hawkins reminiscent of a Stephen King horror story with beasts and monsters...

Jesy Nelson proves she’s not the Odd One Out in new documentary

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Jesy Nelson’s documentary, Odd One Out, is a fierce confrontation with the cruel aesthetically driven world we live in. Nelson reveals her darkest moments during her journey on...

Big Mouth’s big mouth massively misinforms

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The third season of the popular cartoon Big Mouth was finally released, and unlike previous seasons which have been praised for handling sensitive topics well, a certain scene in...

Review: Criminal UK

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When I started Episode 1 of Criminal: UK, I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into apart from the fact that David Tennant was in it; I absolutely adore him and...

Review: The Chappelle Show

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It has been over a decade since Comedy Central has stopped producing episodes of The Chappelle Show, yet millions of people still stream the sketches on YouTube indicating that...

Genre, who? No.6 Collaborations Project album review.

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Maisie Woodcock reviews Ed Sheeran's eclectic latest offering, No.6 Collaborations Project....

Summer round-up: Crash Team Racing – the fast and the furriest

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Woah! Stacey Henley keeps us on track and up to date with this review of a classic Crash remaster....

Fair Verona Re-Imagined: Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet

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The classic story of boy meets girl, Romeo and Juliet is one of history’s most famous romantic tragedies. Having been dramatized numerous times for the stage as well as film and...