John Webster’s fourteenth-century tale of murder, deciet and political intrigue is coming to the SU. A young, recently widowed Duchess in the Italian city of…View More Preview: NTU Drama Society Presents – The Duchess of Malfi
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Are we becoming a “snowflake generation”, or have we just had enough of comedians taking it too far? “Everything is too PC these days.” Is…View More “It’s just a joke” – Where do we draw the line with comedy?
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Brie Larson’s portrayal of Carol Danvers makes you feel each and every emotion she puts forth. From the numerous action spectacle scenes where she is…View More Film Review: Captain Marvel
This excerpt is from the beginning of a feature length screenplay is based on the life of Nottingham poet: Vicki Feaver. Similarly, to one of…View More Screenplay: The Witches
On International Women’s Day, it’s worth recognising some of the most influential female video game characters in the gaming industry… Some have been digging for treasure…View More Our top 5 heroines in video games
Captain Marvel’s timely release on International Women’s Day, is either a strange coincidence or just a nice touch. She isn’t the only big name out…View More Our top 5 female superheroes
The story of seven siblings all adopted and trained to save the world navigating, is the premise of The Umbrella Academy based off Gerard Way’s…View More TV Review: The Umbrella Academy