After hearing about Bill’s renovation, Naomi and I were absolutely desperate to see how they could possibly improve their chic, colourful look and the delights of their buttermilk chicken burger and American-style pancakes! Upon arrival, our attention was immediately drawn to the beautiful flower feature wall just outside the doors – the perfect location for an aesthetic Instagram photoshoot of which we made full use. Continue reading Review: Exeter’s Bill’s
After having the pleasure of being invited to review Shakespeare Society’s production of Doctor Faustus earlier this year, I was incredibly pleased to see that their latest production of Hamlet was up for review. I leapt at the opportunity, and can quite happily say that, while something may be rotten in the state of Denmark, there was nothing rotten about this wonderful performance! For Razz readers … Continue reading Review: ‘Hamlet’ by Shakespeare Society
I can’t have been the only one who opened up Instagram on Tuesday morning and thought, “What in God’s name is everyone wearing?!” If you’re confused about this year’s Met Gala theme, then you’re certainly not alone! What exactly is camp? Wikipedia defines it as “an aesthetic style and sensibility that regards something as appealing because of its bad taste and ironic value.” However, the … Continue reading Met Gala Theme Explained
Before seeing Shotgun’s long-awaited Spring Awakening, I was warned to brace myself. With scenes of a daring psychological and sexual nature, I initially feared how an amateur student theatre company could handle such topics with sensitivity or avoid cliché or damaging romanticising. However, this production was the furthest thing from amateur. With a cast of astounding talent, a flawless soft-rock musical score, and a few light-hearted subplots peppering humour between heart-wrenching trauma, Spring Awakening had me Feeling. Directed by Jacob Hutchings and assisted by Sacha Mulley, this creative team have produced one of the most stunning and thought-provoking pieces of theatre I’ve seen at university. Continue reading Review: Shotgun Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’
In recent years, people have come to expect the most glamorous, extravagant (and bizarre) outfits from the Met Gala pink carpet. This year is certainly no exception, with the theme as ‘camp’ fashion. Having considered their creativity, fit to the celebrity, and adherence to the theme, here are (in no particular order) my personal top 20 picks for best dressed! Continue reading Met Gala 2019-Top 20 Best Dressed
In 2018 Birds’ Eye View launched the BFI-backed Reclaim The Frame project – a mission to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women, offering a wider perspective of the world. Birds’ Eye View is a charity whose focus for the last 16 years has been on raising the commercial and cultural impact of films written by or directed by women – demonstrating how varied the female gaze can be and celebrating the difference. Continue reading Preview: Reclaim The Frame Launch
If you’ve ever had the privilege to be driven to a party by Jack the Hat, then you’ve probably heard at least one iconic anecdote from his years driving the people of Exeter. Well, now you can read a whole book of his tales, written by the man himself, Shane O’Sullivan, AKA – Jack the Hat.
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