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‘Meet Me at the Museum’ Podcast at the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool

‘Meet Me at the Museum’ offers listeners the opportunity spend some quality time with various famous faces, joined by a good mate or family member, as they lead the way around a favourite museum of theirs. We decided to review one episode in particular, ‘Malik Al Nasir at the International Slavery Museum’. Al Nasir ‘explores […]

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Rrramble retrospectives: Destiny’s Child, Survivor

After kicking off in comic book kitsch style with Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, our new feature ‘Rrramble retrospectives’ is back with a slightly different (but no less opinion dividing) piece of ~art~ Destiny’s Child’s seminal album ‘Survivor’. But has the album lived up to its name and stood the test of time, or does […]

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The Signal House Edition #13

Already setting itself apart in the zine scene with its focus on such a wide variety of different mediums, The Signal House Edition describes itself as ‘a living document that exists at a junction in time’ that ‘aims to bring together the thoughts, images, works of art and words of living artists, thinkers and makers […]

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Monsters at Work, Episode One

Mike and Sully are back on our screens with a flurry of new monster employees. Monsters at Work picks up right where the 2001 smash hit Monsters Inc. left off. Billy Crystal and John Goodman return to their roles as the dynamic duo, joined by Ben Feldman as the voice of newcomer, Tyler Tuskmon. The […]

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Live Like Your Head’s On Fire by Sally-Anne Lomas

We hope you’re ready for this one. Not only is this rrramble’s first full length book review, but our writers have outdone themselves with a wildly mixed bag of opinions on Sally-Anne Lomas’s debut novel, Live Like Your Head’s On Fire. Live Like Your Head’s On Fire follows a young dancer, Pen Flowers, as she […]

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rrramble retrospectives: ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’

This week, three of our rrramble writers team up to take on the first of our brand new strand of reviews, rrramble retrospectives. For these reviews, we’ll be taking super popular artworks (film, tv, novels, albums…you name it), and seeing if they stand the test of time.  First in the series is cult-classic Scott Pilgrim […]

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‘Inside’: Bo Burnham’s Lockdown Special

Bo Burnham’s latest Netflix special Inside chronicles his 2020 experience, spent mostly, as the title suggests, inside his house. Though limited to a single room for the entire running time, Burnham works with his claustrophobic environment to provide a sometimes humorous, sometimes devastating, depiction of what life in lockdown has been like for the creatively […]

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BTS: The Best

If you haven’t heard of BTS, then quite frankly: fair play, I hope you had a nice trip to the moon. Also known as the Bangtan Boys, BTS are a seven-member band from South Korea, who formed back in 2010 and have taken the world by absolute storm in the intervening decade. Their most recent release, The […]

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Placeholder: Issue 2

Relatively new to the literary world (only in its second edition) Placeholder is already making waves in what can feel like a saturated market. Describing itself as full of ‘poetry, prose, art, essays, everything’ might sound like a broad remit, but did it pay off, and what did our writers make of issue #2? A […]

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#FinboroughForFree: ‘Continuity’

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Finborough Theatre – a small fringe theatre situated above a pub in Earl’s Court, London – has opened up a selection of videos of their previous productions to the public for free. Fortunately for our rrramble writers, this fabulous online resource contains Continuity – Irish playwright Gerry Moynihan’s debut – which […]