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Moose by Max de Radigues

Moose is a graphic novel from Conundrum Press that I’ve had my eye on for a while, so when it was sent to us to read and review I was over the moon, and I read it the day it plopped through the letterbox. 288 more words

Book Reviews

Bath and Body: Jāsön Foaming Shower Oil

My skin, particularly my shoulders, really took a hit this summer. So I was glad to find a bottle of Jāsön Foaming Shower Oil on my doorstep.* I tried the Renewing Olive formula, which harnesses the soothing power of olive oil to soften and revive tired skin. 122 more words

Product Reviews

eBay has almost everything you could ask for this Halloween. From decorations to sewing machines (so you can make your own costume!) and all at great discounts. 91 more words


The Omicron Matter - The Start of A Journey - Transport Back to the Ship

A new entry in the Omicron Matter – The Start of A Journey.  Rachael’s turn on Smith’s ship has ended and she is returning to the ship. 420 more words


Live Review: Sleaford Mods at Cardiff's Y Plas

Last night saw Sleaford Mods perform at Cardiff’s Y Plas venue.

Sleaford Mods are a rarity at the moment – they’re passionate, politically motivated and are expressing real life issues that the average person is affected by. 416 more words


Magic in its modernism: Rachel Cusk's marvellous new Medea for the Almeida GREEKS season

“I can unmake you the same way I made you. I write the story, remember?” Rachel Cusk’s brilliant vision of Euripides’ Medea for the Almeida transforms the barbarian witch into a modern-day writer: but, just as the ancient Medea’s spells had immortal force, so the new Medea’s power with words, particularly her fearless refusal to compromise on the truth, alienates and terrifies all those around her, and endows her with the ability to change her own destiny – at the terrible price of her sons’ lives. 467 more words