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Taylor Swift – Reputation: “The old Taylor is dead”

I think I’ve found Taylor’s problem. And no, it’s not Kanye. Taylor began her instant-success career as a loveable nerd. In ‘You Belong with Me’ she was the alt-girl-next-door. Uncool, bookish – she was the...

All Points East – A huge, ambitious, and destabilising newcomer to London’s music scene

All Points East seemed to have descended like a monolith when news of it first surfaced a few weeks ago – arriving unheralded, its precise form and great size belied a designer with clear intentions which...

Tank and the Bangas at Jazz Cafe: The future of spoken word, hip hop and jazz all in one

Since seeing off 6000 others to win the 2017 NPR Music Tiny Desk competition, Tank and the Bangas have continually grown in popularity. And for good reason. Their theatrical, semi-improvised, poetic live show...

Sorcerer: “a horrific, blood-splattered treatise on humanity”

Hot off the heels of The French Connection and The Exorcist, William Friedkin was touted as one of the greatest minds working in the directing business. His gritty, disturbing adult visions had earned him...

Minefield – Moving, yet frustrating

Minefield is an odd beast. Moving yet frustrating, what it lacks in polish it more than makes up for in sheer heart. It’s hardly even a play at all. The piece, by Argentine writer and performer Lola Arias...

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