Amélie Watson discusses the innovative Norman Rea Gallery
Take me or leave me – the changing opinions of musical theatre
Musical theatre wasn’t always deemed as a particularly ‘cool’ part of popular culture. But, have we reached a turning point?
The Norman Rea Gallery – A Showcase of Student Success
The Norman Rea Gallery is the only student-run gallery in the UK and hosts some fantastic events for students and non-students alike, on the University of York campus.
Creative Careers: An Interview with Nikhil Rai
Nikhil is a model and performer based in London. After completing his A-Levels and a Musical Theatre course at the Arts Educational Schools London, he moved onto train in Musical Theatre at […]
From York Graduate to Magazine Founder: An Interview with Stephanie Roberts
Elizabeth Baker talks to the Founder and Editor of The Record Press, York’s new music magazine.
Creative Careers: An Interview with Phoebe Eclair-Powell
Phoebe Eclair-Powell on working in lockdown, her journey into writing and tips for aspiring creatives.
Creative Careers: An Interview with Alexander Fadayiro
Alexander Fadayiro on dancing in and out of lockdown, his top tips for sustaining a career in dance and his hopes for the industry going forward.
Drag Race UK: What is Wrong with ‘Regional’ Drag?
RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Season 2 resumed recently after a hiatus from filming during the pandemic and the vibes were immaculately tumultuous. This week, the Queens competed in girl groups to win the Ru-RuVision song contest. The results were an LGBTQ+ anthem that both offended the ‘cis-tem’ and stormed the UK music charts. Iconic.
Horror Movie Disasters: The Seven Ways “Scary” Films Flop
Josh Hatton Meet the films that terrify producers far more than they ever scared audiences. These movies all bombed at the box office, and today we are here to look at the […]
Re-think. Re-think. Re-think: The Importance of the Arts in Lockdown
To say the arts have been important in lockdown is an understatement.