Bardcore Fans: The Enduring Appeal of Vintage Covers

Like several million other people, I have spent the past few days binging Bridgerton on Netflix. Its first four weeks on the streaming service have seen it reach 63 million viewers, making it Netflix’s fifth biggest series ever launched. It’s easy to see why. The show features an intriguing plot, lovable and frustrating characters, witty […]Read More

What Place Does Classical Music Have in the 21st Century?

Last week saw the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the greatest classical composers of all time. Having composed over 700 works of music, several of which were written after he became deaf, Beethoven was a prolific, unstoppable force rivalled by few. His most popular compositions, such as ‘Moonlight Sonata’ and ‘Symphony No. […]Read More

Album Review: Ungodly Hour // Chloe x Halle

Sister act Chloe x Halle’s latest album Ungodly Hour marks a departure from their girl-next-door image by providing an insight into more mature issues such as sex and betrayal. The duo first made their name as actresses, appearing in several films and Disney’s Austin and Ally before being taken under the wing of Beyoncé and […]Read More

TV News: ‘Little Britain’ and ‘Come Fly With Me’ Removed

Little Britain and Come Fly With Me are no longer available to stream on Netflix, BBC iPlayer or BritBox. In the wake of the latest Black Lives Matter protest and growing conversations about race, these Lucas and Walliams comedies have been taken down.  A recent statement issued by the BBC said “There’s a lot of historical […]Read More

TV Review: ‘Feel Good’ Does Exactly What It Says On

Mae Martin’s touchingly humane rom-com, Feel Good, paints an intimate picture of modern love and addiction.  Having made her start in stand-up comedy as a teenager, Feel Good is Mae Martin’s first venture into screenwriting. The show follows a character called Mae, loosely based on Martin, as she charts her course through the peaks and […]Read More