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Liam Taft
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Assistant Arts & Theatre Editor and First Year English Lit Student. Interests include film, arts and theatre, and LGBTQ+ culture and issues.
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Wise Children will no doubt turn into one of the most exciting theatre companies working in London.

Emma Rice finds a home for new theatre company at The Old Vic

Wise Children will no doubt turn into one of the most exciting theatre companies working in London.

 Slam poetry is where some of the most insightful BAME stories are told – and this poem is no exception.

Friday Poem: Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan – This Is Not A Humanising Poem

Slam poetry is where some of the most insightful BAME stories are told – and this poem is no exception.

An intelligent insight into what it means to belong.

Theatre Review: Tribes @ Crucible Studio, Sheffield

An intelligent insight into what it means to belong.

Today marks 20 years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was first published.

What students think about Harry Potter 20 years later

Today marks 20 years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was first published.

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Start your engines – and let the whole spectrum of drag, compete!

RuPaul’s Drag Race is in its ninth season – so why is it not more diverse?

Start your engines – and let the whole spectrum of drag, compete!

Matt Hayler and other Digital Humanities scholars are slowly transforming the way that we think about digital storytelling.

How do the physical properties of books inform our reading experience?

Matt Hayler and other Digital Humanities scholars are slowly transforming the way that we think about digital storytelling.

It’s time to bring him into focus once again.

Why have we forgotten about Sidney Nolan?

It’s time to bring him into focus once again.

Owen Horsley has orchestrated a haunting spectacle.

Theatre Review: Salomé @ The Royal Shakespeare Company

Owen Horsley has orchestrated a haunting spectacle.

A ferocious and emotionally charged hour of urban dance-theatre.

Dance Review: Smother @ Birmingham Hippodrome

A ferocious and emotionally charged hour of urban dance-theatre.

A tragicomedy that left me feeling refreshed, satisfied, and a little less alone.

Review: They Built It. No One Came @ Crucible Studio, Sheffield

A tragicomedy that left me feeling refreshed, satisfied, and a little less alone.

We spoke about the impending election and how multi-arts festivals are the perfect place to galvanise political and creative voices.

Interview: Michael Pedersen, co-curator of ‘Where Are We Now?’

We spoke about the impending election and how multi-arts festivals are the perfect place to galvanise political and creative voices.

The winner of the Green Carnation Prize is revealed next week – here is a breakdown of the shortlist.

Who is the UK’s best LGBTQ+ author?

The winner of the Green Carnation Prize is revealed next week – here is a breakdown of the shortlist.

Tania Harrison is a woman committed to tackling hard hitting issues with a great sense of fun – all whilst letting students join in on the conversation.

In Conversation with Tania Harrison, Latitude Festival’s Curator of the Arts

Tania Harrison is a woman committed to tackling hard hitting issues with a great sense of fun – all whilst letting students join in on the conversation.

For many young people, choosing which university to attend is potentially one of the most crucial life decisions they will ever make.

How are university league tables measured? And what do prospective students need to be careful of?

For many young people, choosing which university to attend is potentially one of the most crucial life decisions they will ever make.

Sadly, this play mimics a very dull game of musical chairs.

Review: The Laramie Project @ The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

Sadly, this play mimics a very dull game of musical chairs.

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Master of None still manages to spark with energy and offer fresh perspectives without ever feeling out of date.

TV Review: Master of None (Season 2)

Master of None still manages to spark with energy and offer fresh perspectives without ever feeling out of date.

This graduate exhibition is immersive, but incoherent.

Review: New Art West Midlands 2017 @ mac, Birmingham

This graduate exhibition is immersive, but incoherent.

The Steel City has a lot more to offer than Arctic Monkeys and cutlery.

A cultural guide to... Sheffield

The Steel City has a lot more to offer than Arctic Monkeys and cutlery.

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