Day: February 17, 2017

Review: Fla.Co.Men, Sadler’s Wells

Review: Fla.Co.Men, Sadler’s Wells

“One of the most striking questions about flamenco performances is the apparent rigidity with which both men and women perform and recreate their own stereotypes”, Joaquina Labajo wrote in an essay exploring the construction of gender in the Spanish art form. You can certainly see how it has become a ...

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TLE Sports Podcast 17.02

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport @rgdewinter  @davidjdewinter In this episode, Richard & David de Winter discuss the exciting start to the RBS Six Nations,  Arsene Wenger's woes at Arsenal, the relegation battle in the Premier League, Leicester City's decline and ...

Forgotten Film Friday: The Night of the Hunter

Forgotten Film Friday: The Night of the Hunter

Michael McNulty Let’s be honest, how many times have you decided against a night in, instead opting for a night of heavy drinking and ear deafeningly loud chart topping tracks just to avoid flipping through endless TV channels, scrolling past countless Netflix programmes and trawling an infinite number of IMDB ...

The Great Wall: Film Review

The Great Wall: Film Review

By Linda Marric @linda_marric  House of Flying Daggers director Yimou Zhang new film The Great Wall is a spectacular behemoth of a film. A fantasy which centres around one of the many mythical stories surrounding the mystery of great wall of China. The film is to this date, the biggest ...

The Longest Road: Documentary Review

The Longest Road: Documentary Review

By Stephen Mayne @finalreel The treatment of refugees is still an ignored problem. Whether the West is directly or indirectly involved - and given the long tentacles of history, it’s usually one of the two - the fate of those left to bear the brunt of chaotic violence and repression ...

The 24hr tube is ten years too late for London…and for me

Top 10 things lost on the London Underground

Over 3,000 hats, scarves or gloves, 1,356 rucksacks, 1,473 mobile phones and 1,163 wallets and credit card holders were mislaid on the Tube in the month of December, according to information provided by Transport for London (TFL) in response to a Freedom of Information request. Debit and credit cards ranked ...