Book Review: Airhead // Emily Maitlis

Having finished Emily Maitlis’ autobiography Airhead for a second time, I felt compelled to pen my thoughts into a review. I use the word autobiography reluctantly, as it’s not a compendium encapsulating her childhood and personal trials, but rather a polished set of professional anecdotes and tales from her journalistic journey. Each chapter contains a […]Read More

The Class of Covid 2020

‘Oh, the virus is spreading because of the students, it’s all their fault’. It’s all well and good putting the blame on students and slandering their actions, but has anyone actually stopped to think about how it feels to be one of these ‘hooligans’ during this pandemic? We’re nearing the end of 2020, and it […]Read More

Theatre News: Buxton Fringe announces new entry procedure

Buxton Festival Fringe 2021 will open for entries this year with an improved and easier entry procedure. The annual festival, which began in 1980, is one of the largest open-access arts festivals in the country and, like other events this year such as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, had to move events online this year. Fringe […]Read More