From Vienna to Armageddon

Niles Webb explores the world’s turbulent progression from Vienna to Armageddon.

Can Modern Drama be Tragic? A look at ‘Waiting for Godot’ and ‘Death of a Salesman’ (part 2)

“Both plays investigate the idea of ‘human greatness’ by calling into question what is ‘great’ or even meaningful about humanity, to craft modern tragedies which redefine the tragic genre to address modern concerns with human purpose.”

Review: Lela & Co

‘Lela & Co’ provides a narrative which is hard to take your attention away from and a message which the audience will think about outside of the theatre for a long time afterwards.

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Games I’m Looking Forward To In 2018

Rowan looks at the games that 2018 has to offer.

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Cheap And Cheerful: 15 Of The Best Online Bargains

We may be halfway through the January sales but there are still bargains to be nabbed – here are 20 of the best online fashion deals. Get them before they’re gone!

Blind Date: Max and Cyd

A charming darts athlete and Durham’s fittest fresher are set up for the third instalment of The Bubble’s Blind Date series.

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

On festive reflection and self-care

Millie Fender urges you to reflect on the little things that make you happy this festive season.