Styling Sense: Coats

Who else thought that moving to Exeter would feel like being on a constant holiday? I thought I’d be having regular BBQs on the beach and I’d never be without a 99 in… Continue reading

Review: 24 Hour Plays

Theatre with Teeth once again presented a fortunate audience with an unusual selection of sketches and scenes, as the much-anticipated 24 Hour Plays returned to the stage.

Interview: Samantha Baines in Blueprint

Samantha Baines, a drama alumni of the University, is currently appearing at the Bike Shed theatre in the new play Blueprint as part of the Write by Numbers residency. I took the opportunity to interview her on 17th October while she was in Exeter.

Poetry: Intoxication

Nothing is as it seems when you’ve been drinking.

Review: Exeter Comedy Club Night

Photo credit: southwest shows As one of the UK’s longest running comedy nights, a Friday evening with the Exeter Comedy Club sounded wonderful, especially as it was held in the Corn Exchange. I… Continue reading

Think twice before replying

It’s week three. You’re tired. I get it. Nothing has gone inherently wrong, but then again, nothing extraordinary, nothing remarkable, nothing categorically ‘lucky’ has happened to you – so what’s there to rave… Continue reading

Review: Mahatma Music’s Launch Night

It’s Wednesday evening. You are done with your ritual pre-drinks. You are spoiled for choice of either cutting some shapes with the sports lot at Timepiece, or trying out the Lemmy’s ‘alternative night’.… Continue reading

The Great British Bake Off 2014: Why does it matter?

Last night we all prepared to crown the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2014 – the show that asked itself, how many innuendos can we possibly stuff into a family format… Continue reading

Poetry: Vanishing

A haunting, aching memory of what happened before.