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Review - Doctor Faustus - Tangle Theatre

This review by Emily Holyoake was originally published by Exeunt Magazine on 23 February 2018.

DOCTOR FAUSTUS by Christopher Marlowe
Presented by Tangle Theatre at The Bike Shed Theatre, 21 February 2018…
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Sam Mingoia & Jim Brown on Frankenstein: Fragments of a Monster

The other day, Publicity Officer Amy Hunting sat down with Sam Mingoia and Jim Brown to talk about T24’s first offering of term, horror influences, and cottage pie…  1,165 more words


Blast from the Past: The Big Sleep

Published in 1939 The Big Sleep ushered in a new type of mystery novel. Agatha Christie, with her mansions and civilised murder, had been the queen of crime. 914 more words

Literature Review

‘If a literary critic falls in the forest and there is no-one there to read them -‘

Unfinished Zen koan, c. 500AD

Literature, it is said, is the bedrock of any great publishing enterprise, as it protects the vast mineral deposits of genre fiction below, typically requiring mining teams to drill through shoal or basalt up to a depth of one and a half kilometres. 463 more words



I am laying on my back, my head propped up on a log covered in damp Spanish moss, acting as a pillow of sorts. Taking deep breath after deep breath after deep breath, but I have a sneaking suspicion that there are gaping holes in my lungs, as there are in my heart. 164 more words

Lemn Sissay - Something Dark

Lemn Sissay is really funny. Even when talking about difficult subjects. Like being adopted, rejected by his foster family, and embarking out to find family and his place in the world. 233 more words