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Culture Theatre

Rain Man | Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★★
Bringing the highest grossing film of 1988 to the stage is no easy job, but with the direction of Jonathon O’Boyle it was...

Culture

It’s My Shout | Review

By Georgia Evans
The sense of pride, accomplishment and patriotism amongst the audience was overpowering as the auditorium at St David’s hall began to fill...

Food & Drink

Berry Pavlova – Summer Bakes

By Katie Comer
Growing up I have watched my mum create, bake and decorate the most incredible desserts for our family and friends. She is the unsung hero of...

Features

Queer and Now

Poppy Jennings
In the wake of another incredible Pride Month, society is left with both positive and negative questions about what comes next. Amidst the...

Film & TV

Review: Black Panther

Black Panther has set world records, smashed the box office and started a cultural phenomenon. We asked Quench contributors to tell us their thoughts...

Film & TV

Review: The Shape of Water

Guillermo Del Toro’s latest escapist fantasy tells a familiar fairytale of freak love between human and creature.
However the director’s fastidious eye...

Film & TV

Review: I, Tonya

Everyone thinks they know what happened when figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked and injured right before the 1994 Olympics.
Turns out, not even the...

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