The Cure at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust? It really was Just Like Heaven!

Resident lover of all things musical and closeted goth Robyn Strachan reviews The Cure. Whether she’s stopped crying over the beauty of ‘Close to Me’ is another thing entirely.

Review: The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth

Classy performances rescue UCLU Drama’s production of a cheap, unimaginative play, writes Patrick Maguire

Review: UCLU Drama Society presents ‘The Bald Soprano’

Patrick Maguire is enamoured with the bald ambition of UCLU Drama’s latest production, a nuanced and entertaining piece of absurdism

Review: The Xbox One at GAME Camden’s lock-in

Is the Xbox One worth your hard-earned student loan? Jennifer Simpkins puts the console to the test ahead of release.

Movie Jems: Elephant

Movie Maven Jem Mackay gives us our second serving of classic films

What a waster? The Tab reviews Babyshambles!

Caitlin Coulson considers both Pete Doherty’s musical prowess and his love of penguins

There is a light that never goes out: Praise the indie gods! It’s Johnny Marr at the Roundhouse!

Telly Review: Peaky Blinders

TV Columnist Em Whalley takes a look at BBC’s answer to Boardwalk Empire

Review: Dry the River – Shallow Bed

Simon Hiblen reviews the new album from Dry the River; the refreshingly good band on the folk scene that’s not Mumford & Sons.

Splash, Save or Skint: Restaurants

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