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Nine graphic novels that would make unique Christmas gifts
From Karl Marx to Andy Warhol, a roundup of the coolest graphic novels you could gift to a friend this holiday season.
Why 'A Wizard of Earthsea' is more than just a children's classic
Le Guin herself remarked that labelling the text as such was “adult chauvinist piggery”.
All You Need Is LSD @ The Birmingham Rep
Despite great moments of surreal comedy and heartfelt emotion, it felt like an unfinished piece.
Fringe Review: Wilde Creatures @ Pleasance Courtyard
Family Fairy-Tale Fun with 'Wilde Creatures' that sadly fell a little flat.
Fringe Review: Little Death Club @ Underbelly's Circus Hub
A “Weimar punk” style cabaret that is dark, dirty, and down-right delicious fun.
Fringe Review: Hunch @ Assembly Roxy
I've a gut-feeling about this one: 'Hunch' is one not to miss.
Fringe Review: Thor and Loki @ Assembly Roxy
Taken by storm: the camp, glittery wonder of 'Thor and Loki' the musical.
Fringe Review: PotterVision @ Espionage
Complete with budget wigs and props, two-man double-act PotterVision retell the majority of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in just one hour.
Fringe Review: 1-2-1 Collective's 'She Taught Me How To Breathe Again'
Though the practical complications were distracting, I left the theatre with a great feeling of catharsis.
"Diversifying the narrative": an interview with Lisa Beauchamp, curator of ‘Coming Out' @ Brum Museum & Art Gallery
The exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexual acts in England and Wales, stating that by “taking 1967 as a starting point” they aim to “reveal new research into LGBT history”.
The top 5 underrated Studio Ghibli films
These films are outshone by more popular releases such as Spirited Away.
3 anime films you should watch
Anime films are rightfully becoming more popular, and these are the ones you should start with.