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9 of the best game releases for May
This year has already been massive for game releases, and May is no different.
Australia is about to get a new exhibit to celebrate women in gaming
Melbourne will host the interactive exhibition.
TV Review: American Gods (Season 1, Episode 1)
The perfect marriage between Bryan Fuller's artistic vision and Neil Gaiman's special brand of magic.
West End Star Joe Aaron Reid speaks about Dreamgirls and its importance
'Honestly, I think I can say this from an unbiased perspective - it’s one of the best shows in London.'
10 ways to make a splash at Tampa Bay, Florida
Find yourself a summer paradise on the Gulf of Mexico.
Film Review: Resilience
Detailing the progress made with the psychology behind childhood trauma, KPJR Films sheds light on its repercussions on mental health.
Meet Sophie, founder of University of Bristol's body positivity society
Sophie wants to tackle self-esteem issues, eating disorders and body dysphoria.
The Sundance Film Festival London programme has been announced
This year is jampacked with feature films, short films and panels that will celebrate the world of filmmaking.
Soak up the art scene in Philadelphia, USA
Long established as a cultural hub, it hosts three of America's greatest art museums.
Sunday Book Review: The Walworth Beauty by Michèle Roberts
The Walworth Beauty is a haunting tale of desire and exploitation, isolation and loss, and the faltering search for human connection.
Food and enchanting scenery are just two reasons to visit Trapani, Sicily
The coast, the architecture, the history... THE FOOD.
We asked an expert why female sexuality is still so taboo
The sexual health and safety of women is something that isn’t spoken about enough.
Theresa May calls for snap General Election
After months of refusal from 10 Downing Street, May announces election on June 8th.
Theatre Review: JOAN @ Ovalhouse Theatre
JOAN is a one-woman show that challenges gender, sexuality, and faith in a completely unique way.
Dame Maggie Smith speaks about her career in film and television
The Downton Abbey star spoke at this year's BFI Television Festival.
How nostalgia ensured the success of Beauty And The Beast
Nostalgia is a powerful force.
Theatre Review: Sh*tfaced Shakespeare @ Leicester Square Theatre
Sh*tfaced Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is a production that is guaranteed to be unique and hilarious every night.