Meeting someone from the screen is always a combination of excitement and astonishment. There’s this immortalised character that you feel like you know inside and…View More An interview with Honor Swinton Byrne
Arriving in Nottingham can be daunting, and you may want some entertainment. Since a TV License may be a bit too expensive for University students,…View More The Theatre Scene in Nottingham
For all the new Freshers out there, you will become familiar with “Ocean Wednesdays” here at Trent. This is where societies choose a costume theme…View More Movie Inspired Halloween Outfits
Hiding away in the city’s bustling streets are an abundance of secret bars, café’s and activities proving why Nottingham is so unique. Luckily, we’ve been…View More Secrets of Nottingham To Discover
It’s not all clubs and take out places – Nottingham is also home to some of the most enjoyable, welcoming and fun board game cafes…View More Your guide to Nottingham’s gaming cafes
Here at Platform Magazine, it’s our goal as a society and a publication to give you a platform – excuse the pun – to write…View More Platform alumni: Where are they now?
Gaming often gets a bad rep when it comes to its effect on people’s lives, with the industry being blamed for influencing negative behavioural changes…View More Is there a future for therapy in gaming?
Films have the power to affect millions and therefore have a duty to respectfully represent what they show. Mental health on screen is often polarising…View More Mental health on screen: Distinguishing fact and fiction
When it comes to anyone’s mental health, it is important that as an individual, they use whatever they can that helps them in a way…View More Films and Friends: How entertainment supports my wellbeing
“Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.” Music has always been something safe…View More The Role of Music in Mental Health Matters