Ten Years Gone: An Ode by Luke Irwin

As I sit in my room fearfully counting down the days until whichever assignment it is I’m not working on is due, something strikes me. It is 2012. I’m aware that this revelation may have come a little later to me than most, seventy-eight days later to be precise, but it just doesn’t seem plausible. …

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The Woman in Black – Reviewed by Rupert Hicks

I’ll begin by saying that I have read the book- what school kid hasn’t? But I wasn’t expecting to be scared by The Woman in Black...again! The film follows the events of Susan Hill’s novel pretty closely- Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) is a young lawyer who is sent to the middle of nowhere to deal …

How Our Parents Ruined This Generation: Part II – The Blind Man’s Menagerie – by Luke Irwin

(For part one, find Where Did All The Saxophones Go?) Let me get one thing straight, I love the internet as much as the next person; where else could one buy the entire box-set of “Power Rangers”  or learn how to be funny thanks to WikiHow? Just last week I turned on my computer expecting to …

Depthcharge presents ‘Cutting Edge Theatre’ – Reviewed by William D. Green

It is the evening of Tuesday, March 6th, 2012. The time is 2100 hours. I have just returned home from Winchester’s Theatre Royal, where I have spent one and a half hours witnessing the dynamic spectacle that was Cutting Edge Theatre, put on by the great theatre company ‘Depthcharge.’ As a great lover of the …