Review: The Yellow Wallpaper

Being an incurable fanatic of Gothic literature, I was hugely excited to observe how Hild Bede Theatre had moved to animate Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story, ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’, on the stage. To summarise the following review quite shortly, I was not disappointed. First, congratulations must go to director Eliza Jones, who has also written an […]

My Top Ten Texts From my First Year Studying English Literature

Looking back on my first year reading English Literature at Durham University, I talk about my favourite texts.

Pokémon Let’s Go: Pikachu-Part Two

Ben Vickers continues his journey into the world of Pokémon in the second part of Let’s Go: Pikachu!

Emilia Bassano: Shakespeare’s Muse and Feminist Icon

If you are even slightly familiar with the sonnets of William Shakespeare, you will know that an elusive figure, referred to as the ‘dark lady’, is mentioned in many of the poems. Various women have been suggested as the name behind the sonnets and Emilia Bassano is one of them.

Preparing for the Apocalypse: Tin Can Edition

With Brexit related uncertainity regarding food supply chains looming over us, Beth Pritchett and Hannah Graham give you a headstart navigating the world of tinned food that might soon be your future

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

The Many Faces of the Apocalypse

From summative deadlines to climate to tins…