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Food & Drink

Review: Lab 22

By Emily Turner

Cocktails have been around for centuries, are drank by almost everyone and are especially popular among young adults either on a more...

Film & TV

Foreign TV Review: Kabul Kitchen

Walter Iuzzolino’s series on Channel 4 – Walter Presents – selects the most popular, critically acclaimed television dramas from around the world...

Film & TV

Foreign TV Review: Locked Up

Walter Iuzzolino’s series on Channel 4 – Walter Presents – selects the most popular, critically acclaimed television dramas from around the world...

Film & TV

Review: Ordinary World

If you know the name Billie Joe Armstrong then it’s probably as the frontman of Green Day, the ringmaster of one of the biggest rock bands of the last twenty...

Film & TV

Review: Doctor Strange

For some of us, the endless barrage of Marvel movies risk becoming quite grating; for others, having a new superhero movie every few months is a dream come...

Food & Drink

Review: Buffalo

By Ellie Philpotts
 
What is this!? Going to Buffalo on a.. Tuesday?!
OK, that makes it sound like an unpopular place. It’s not. It’s just that it’s...

Food & Drink

Review: Lurvill’s Delight

By Ellie Philpotts
 
You might wonder how far the marketing abilities of a soft drink from as long ago as 1895 could possibly reach. In a time where...

Film & TV

Review: Swiss Army Man

Since appearing at film festivals at the beginning of the year and having been released to U.S theatres over the summer, it’s been a long wait for Daniel...

Food & Drink

Review: The Goods Shed

Maria Mellor is normally found editing Gair Rhydd, but for now she’s popped over to the Quench Food world. We’re all friends (and office buddies!)...

Food & Drink

Review: Jalan Malaysia

By Ellie Philpotts
Since Jalan Malaysia kindly invited Quench Food to their Menu Relaunch, I thought I’d be a good little editor and publish a review in...

Film & TV

Review: The Magnificent Seven

It seems as though the 2010s have been the decade of the movie remake. Revamped versions of classics like Ghostbusters (2016), Point Break (2015) and Carrie...

Film & TV

Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Note: Falling face first into mud is the way into a man’s heart.
Bridget is back. After 15 years, the third instalment in the beloved franchise, Bridget...

Travel

Review: La Tomatina, Buñol, Spain

On the last Wednesday of August every year, the small town of Buñol transforms from a tranquil, picturesque Valencia province, into a tomato war zone. La...

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