Medusa, an interview with a serial killer, gone sexual badass

It’s erotic, it’s untamed and it’s outright raucous. Medusa is a ingenious take on the classic gorgon tale, emulating the troubles of a contemporary star who just happens to have a snakes for hair and a gaze that turns men into a shadow of themselves. Except their penises have just dropped off and then subsequently used for bowling pins – this show is wild. Medusa … Continue reading Medusa, an interview with a serial killer, gone sexual badass

Review: The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Like much of Britain, or even the world, Doctor Who holds a particularly special place in my heart and I’m overjoyed to see it re-materialise onto our screens. Spoilers to follow. Unlike the other eight million viewers, I was stuck on a train at 6:55pm Sunday evening, returning home after a lovely break in Wales with my girlfriend. Unfortunately combining this with dodgy WiFi and … Continue reading Review: The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Women in Power review – a strange but majestic musical comedy

Seven female writers came together to reimagine Artisophanes’ ‘The Assemblywomen’, a radical comedy following a group of Athenian women as they stage a hostile take-over of the city. The end result is a spunky and bombastic show that just lacks a little consistency when it comes to it’s structure and tone. It’s interesting to have such a large cast of writers attached to one project. … Continue reading Women in Power review – a strange but majestic musical comedy

Why you should watch: Small Crimes

Small Crimes isn’t Westeros, but Jamie Lannister still decided to turn up. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau plays Joe Denton, a corrupt cop recently out of prison for attempted murder. Alcoholic narcissist Denton was put away after carving up the local District Attorney more than a Christmas turkey, but we’re informed early on that he wants to make amends and seeks to redeem his actions. Unfortunately for him, … Continue reading Why you should watch: Small Crimes

Millennials look to teaching for a stable career

New research released by Censuswide shows that millennials, the newest entrants to the job market, are looking for personal fulfilment in their careers with 50% of them wanting to feel that their job is worthwhile. Around three quarters, 76%, of students and recent graduates in Southampton feel that emotional rewards in their future career are equally – or more important – than practical ones. A … Continue reading Millennials look to teaching for a stable career

Introducing Johnny Manna, music for those who need it.

I first met Johnny Manna at a pizza place just outside of Hopewell Junction in upstate New York, with little knowledge or inclination of his musical ability and composure. Even as the ensuing day and night passed, I had no idea I was sat in the presence of genuine, exciting talent. Fast forward to a few weeks after returning back to England, and whilst perusing … Continue reading Introducing Johnny Manna, music for those who need it.