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Diana: The Musical

That’s right everyone, we really did make three of our writers sit down and watch Netflix’s new offering of the Broadway production of Diana: The Musical. The tragic life of the Princess of Wales has been given a new look as a shiny American stage show, complete with musical numbers by a member of Bon […]

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rrramble retrospective: A Clockwork Orange (film)

This month, we travel back in time (ooooooh) to review Stanley Kubrick’s highly controversial, critically acclaimed and Academy Award nominated A Clockwork Orange – an adaptation of classic dystopian novel by Anthony Burgess, with the same title. Today, A Clockwork Orange is fast approaching 50 years since its original release, and is still widely acclaimed […]

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Feel Good, season 2

We’re back with the second—and final instalment—of Mae Martin’s equal parts heartbreaking and uplifting comedy series, Feel Good, and with that, our reviewers’ take on it. Did this season fare better or worse than the first? Read on to find out. TW: discussion of themes of sexual assault and abuse Juliette I’m sad to say […]

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Omno

Omno, from German sole indie developer StudioInkyfox, is an atmospheric puzzle and exploration adventure game. This new platformer carries a hero through a range of beautiful landscapes, with a variety of animals and even a dinosaur to meet on the way. It was co-published by Future Friends Games. So, did our writers find it a […]

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Q-Force, Episode one

In 2011, the United States Federal Government officially repealed their ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ military policy – infamous for prohibiting military personnel from discriminating against closeted queer service members, yet actively banning openly queer people from joining the military. Translation: keep quiet or get out. Q-Force, created by Gabe Liedman and starring Sean Hayes and […]

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Little Simz: Sometimes I Might Be Introvert

Little Simz, or Simbiatu “Simbi” Abisola Abiola Ajikawo, is no stranger to the music industry. London born and bred, her career has been slowly building for the last 10 years. With funk, grime, soul, hip-hop and jazz influences, it’s fair to say her music is like that of no other. So when her new album […]

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‘Talk and Draw’ At The National Gallery

The National Gallery’s ‘Talk & Draw’ events are pretty much exactly what they say on the tin. First, participants listen to a brief talk about a painting housed within the gallery, and then respond by creating their own work in an online artist-led drawing session. So, what did our writers (and, for one week only) […]

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rrramble retrospective: Friends

This month, we’re travelling back in time to hang out with everyone’s favourite group of coffee-shop-crowding, innuendo-loving…mates (ha, you thought!). For some, Friends is the ultimate comfort watch on those sick days when you need some cheering up. For others, the seemingly constant undertones of sexism, fatphobia and toxic masculinity can all feel a bit […]

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Lorde: Solar Power

Kiwi born singer-songwriter Lorde (born Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor, which tbh is a name so strong we’re not even sure why she felt the need to drop it) is back again for her third studio album, Solar Power. From her 2018 debut single and immediate smash hit Royals, to the unofficial 2017 Hot (Sad) Girl […]

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Pray Away

Pray Away is a hard-hitting documentary that grapples with the reality of conversion therapy and its survivors. It interviews not only those who suffered through the process, but ex-leaders, on the ideology behind this traumatic experience. Co-produced by Glee’s Ryan Murphy, it earned a nomination for Best Documentary Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival.  Read […]