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Reviewed: Welly Ball

Written by on 14 November 2018

Despite the fact that week 8 had granted me a healthy dose of cynicism, I nonetheless strapped on my wellys and braced for my night at Kinkell Byre. Greeted by the familiar array of fairy lights and plastic flutes of prosecco, I graciously accepted and sipped my bubbly, all the while weaving my way through […]

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Love Letter To: Brooklyn 99

Written by on 22 September 2018

  I understand that this is a weird time to write about this particular subject, that it might have been more pertinent to talk about the importance on Brooklyn 99 earlier this year, when it was dramatically cancelled and then uncancelled, or later, when season 6 comes out. But it was coming back to University […]

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Kingsman: Red Pill, Blue Pill, No Pill, Booze Pill

Written by on 6 October 2017

Calum Esler Kingsman: The Secret Service was a fun, light-hearted spy movie that refused to take itself too seriously. It changed the game for a genre that has recently moved into the area of intense, gritty thrillers and what’s more, it was entertaining to watch. So with all that on my mind I went into […]

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Review: Bacchanalia

Written by on 10 March 2017

Hugh M Casey Ζωή Σοφία Εὐτυχία Melodies and people dancing beneath brightly strung lights, smiling, warm. Φαντασία. Simplicity untouched within Younger Hall. The inaugural event of Bacchanalia was smooth and carefree. Between 9 pm and 2 am there was no silence. Quickly inside the door was quiet chat, laughter at the human statues guiding you […]

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Music Review: DONT WALK 2017

Written by on 1 March 2017

Marina Carnwath DONT WALK is simply an extremely professional enterprise. The night, in its entirety, seemed meticulously orchestrated and executed, with the arrival, show, and after party flowing into one another with minimal disruption. The abundance of such high profile fashion shows this term always strikes one as a little bizarre for a student town, […]

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Written by on 12 April 2015

The original score of Gravity, Alfonso Cuáron’s 2013 sci-fi space thriller, was a thrillingly stripped down, futuristic accompaniment which grounded and matched the film’s entrancing tempo. Written by British composer Steven Price, it was an attempt to challenge traditional Hollywood scores by stressing atmosphere over sweeping and catchy melodies. Overall, it succeeded in the same […]

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