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Review: Thriller! Live, New Theatre

Review by Elis Doyle
Thriller – Live chronicles the incredibly journey of Michael Jackson from eleven year old musical protégé of The Jackson Five, to his...

Culture

Review: Animal Farm, Act One

Review by Molly Wyatt
-UDDERLY FABULOUS-
Animal Farm is by no means a simple play to stage; an absolute classic piece of literature, this politically charged...

Culture

Review: Hairspray, The New Theatre.

Reviewed by Ellie Philpotts
Let’s face it – sometimes everything can seem like a bit of a stressor. So what better way to mark the start of the Easter...

Culture

Review: Footloose, New Theatre

Review by Amy Butler
Footloose is an undeniably classic musical; defined appropriately by its creator Dean Pitchford as a ‘cultural touchstone’, even those...

Culture

What is ‘JAMNESTY’?

Becca Stamatis tells Quench Culture about the who’s, what’s, where’s, when’s and why’s about Amnesty...

Culture

Expression in the City

How does a city express itself? On its walls? In its streets? In its violence? Through its atmosphere? Does it spill out from its people, their screams, their...

Culture

Review: Grease, New Theatre.

After all these years, judging from the buzzing, dancing-in-your-seat atmosphere of the auditorium, Grease certainly is still the one that we want. The...

Culture

Centenary Of The Christmas Truce

 
As Winter draws to a close, we look back over the past year which saw some wonderful commemorative events to mark the centenary of WWI. December 2014...

Culture

Book Review: FOREVER BUTT

The first issue of BUTT was published in 2001, but it wasn’t until 2006 when the BUTT BOOK was published and became a bestseller that the magazine solidified...

Food & Drink

Curry Culture Clash

The great British public love a good curry, so much so that chicken tikka masala was Britain’s favourite dish in 2011. But, in reality, how authentic is our...

Culture

Review: Romeo and Juliet

Sherman Cymru’s first production with Rachel O’Riordan at the helm presents a rough and edgy adaptation of a Shakespearean classic.
This October saw the...

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