Spamalot: A Review


This popular west-end musical is exactly as it sounds…completely bonkers. Based on (or ripped off lovingly from) the classic movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the story follows King Arthur and his jolly band of knights on their quest for the Holy Grail. If you have ever seen the film then you’ll know just how random anything to do More...

by Hannah Thompson | Published 3 months ago
By Gemma Ross On Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Revisit Jurassic Park

In light of the upcoming addition to the Jurassic Park franchise, the much anticipated ‘Jurassic World’ (UK release date 11/06/2015), I’m taking a nostalgic look back at where it all started. Way back in More...

By Alice van den Bosch On Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

Review of ‘The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die’ by Marnie Riches

A good book transports you to another world, however strange or even familiar that world might be. An even better book lets you into the hearts of the characters and, especially if they seem alien or even unlikeable, More...

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By Joseph Hart On Friday, May 1st, 2015

The Bluecoat to Host Photo Exhibition of 1970s Liverpool

Tricia Porter is returning to Liverpool 40 years after she photographed the city, to talk about her project in two special events at the Bluecoat. The London based photographer’s exhibition has proved extremely More...

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By Hannah Thompson On Friday, May 1st, 2015

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games- A Review

If you only ever get to see one show directed by the dance legend that is Micheal Flatley, make sure that its this one. From start to finish this was jaw-droppingly good. Visiting the Empire as part of its UK tour, More...

By Sydney Cronin On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Summer Festivals 2015: No Tomorrow

Nottingham’s No Tomorrow festival debuted for the very first time in the summer of 2014; a simple one-day event in Wollaton Park featuring the likes of Sam Smith, Clean Bandit and London Grammar amongst many More...

By Hannah Thompson On Monday, April 13th, 2015

CASS Art host brand new launch event 25th-26th April

You may remember that a few weeks back a fresh new art shop CASS Art opened in Liverpool One, a haven for artists of all standards, young or old. Stocking materials of all kinds at amazing prices, the Liverpool More...

By Sydney Cronin On Sunday, April 12th, 2015

Summer Festivals 2015: Eden Festival

Summer’s officially here. The sun is out, the clothing is awkwardly sparse and festivals are on everyone’s mind. Kicking off festival season between the 11th and 14th of June is the Eden Festival, More...

By Hannah Thompson On Friday, April 10th, 2015

Dirty Dancing comes to the Empire: A review

Dancing along past Lime Street, anyone would have thought I was totally bonkers last night. But that’s how infectious this musical is. Dirty dancing isn’t just a show, its a whole experience, a definite More...

By Natasha McKinnon On Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Theatre Review: Twopence to Cross the Mersey

Elms and Fennah have done a remarkable job indeed, with this latest adaptation of the world-famous Twopence to Cross the Mersey, based on the childhood life of Helen Forrester. Although the set is minimalistic – More...