1 event, 1 ring, 12 fights: A Formidable Event Not to be Missed
Last Friday (20th March), Unit 1 was supposed to play host to the most anticipated and intense sporting event of the term. None other than Exeter University Amateur Boxing Club’s License to Fight: 003. In the event, Amateur University Boxers would have traded in their books for gloves and ventured into the ring to battle it out and see which fighter came out on top. However, due to the development of COVID-19 in the UK and following Government guidelines on social distancing and mass gatherings, Exeter University Amateur Boxing Club took the difficult decision on 15th March to cancel the event in order to best protect the health of all attendees and participants. We’d still like to pay tribute to the fighters and the society’s hard work in preparing for this event by sharing with you our original preview. RAZZ looks forward to seeing what Exeter University Amateur Boxing Club go on to do once we are past these difficult times. Continue reading Preview- EUABC License to Fight: 003
London-born rapper Ocean Wisdom, named the “future of UK Hip-Hop” by Complex Magazine, has enjoyed a meteoric rise since he dropped his debut track ‘Walkin’’ in the summer of 2015. Since then, he has released three sensational albums, collaborating with Hip-Hop heavyweights such as Dizzee Rascal. Continue reading Preview: Ocean Wisdom @ The Lemon Grove
Following their epic return to the Great Hall stage just a fortnight ago, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra continue their 2019-20 concert season this Thursday night. Celebrated operatic conductor Stephen Barlow will be taking the orchestra under his baton and leading us on a journey of love and loss through the music of Strauss, Beethoven and Prokofiev. Continue reading Preview: BSO’s Love and Loss
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra are back and they’re kicking off their 2019/20 concert season with some absolute classical bangers. Their opening concert ‘Elgar’s Masterpiece’ will be taking place this Thursday 26th September and features some gems you won’t want to miss.
You’ll be jerked to attention by the opening chords of Sibelius’ iconic Finlandia, soon moving from dark and dramatic brass to a ceremonious anthem for Finland, via a lively melody that will lift your spirits to the Great Hall ceiling. Continue reading Preview: BSO’s Elgar’s Masterpiece
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.
Continue reading “Jack” by Shane O’Sullivan
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra returns to Exeter’s Great Hall on Thursday evening for the final instalment of their 18/19 concert season. This time performing ‘Echoes of Home’, the works of Smetana, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius will be brought to life by this world-class orchestra, under the direction of guest-conductor Jamie Phillips. Continue reading Preview: BSO’s Echoes of Home
Hold the phone. The award winning journalist, Sunday Times Style Columnist, co-host of The High Low and all round mega-babe Dolly Alderton is hitting our very own Northcott this March. After a hugely successful run of live dates throughout 2018, the Exeter Alumni returns to her alma mater to celebrate the paperback publication of her bestselling debut Everything I Know About Love. The paperback, which includes a new chapter Everything I Know At Thirty, discusses the surprising realisations and reflections that come with hitting such a milestone. Promising to be an evening full of love and laughter, it’s an event you certainly do not want to miss. Continue reading Preview: Dolly Alderton @ Exeter Northcott