Status Quo Vs. Justice: Strangled

Basing itself upon true events, Strangled is a bold, sociopolitical thriller that pulls no punches....

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Vatican to host major Andy Warhol exhibition, Yeah Really!

The unlikely pairing of Andy Warhol and the Vatican? Well it's happening, so get used to it. Read more here....

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Hayward Gallery reopens with Andreas Gursky exhibition

The Hayward is re-opening and showing the work of German photographer Andreas Gursky, this promises to be an impressive array of relevant and compelling images....

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Frank Turner: Unearthing The Underground

Eclectic singer-songwriter Frank Turner gives Trebuchet the low-down on some of his favourite rising stars....

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Loitered Lens: Peter Hook & The Light

Trebuchet visits Roundhouse on a chilly winter evening to take aim at former Joy Division and New Order bass-man Peter Hook and his band The Light....

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Bossy Cow – Female-Dominated Workplaces Are Less Flexible

Working in female-dominated workplaces means worse access to flexible working arrangements...

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Paradise Lost: Marianna Rothen at the Little Black Gallery

A fragile fantasy world awaits the viewer with Rothen's photographic debut at London's Little Black Gallery....

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Bullshit and Post-truth Politics

The spread of management-speak, or just plain bullshit, into politics has grown ever more common of late. It's easy to laugh off such vacuous jargon, but is there a real cost to talking rubbish?...

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Blackmail, Sexism, Bias: RIP BBC News

It is time for BBC News to die. It is in a dreadful state, like a horse in the Grand National that's about to be shot....

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Starkly Beautiful: God’s Own Country

Deftly balancing frank storytelling with plausible gay romance, God's Own Country is a stunning feature debut. ...

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America, Whither Went the Dream?

On the hunt for the spectres of an American dream long departed...

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Ghost Cities and the Art that Haunts Them

Huge concrete ghosts emerging all over the world haunt developed and developing countries....

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Nerdcore: Next Level Hip-Hop?

Trebuchet explores the Nerdcore Hip-Hop movement, its relationship with modern culture and music, and the issues with rigid genre categorization with help from Mega Ran, Sammus and Ben Knight....

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Tankard – A Compilation of Inebriation

Thrash Metal, like most genres, has its tropes. Those same reoccurring themes which pop up in the lyrics, inspirations or meanings behind the songs....

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Art that Bends the Mind: Fiumano Clase Gallery at London Art Fair

Contemporary gallerists Fiumano Clase showcase their chosen few at the 2018 London Art Fair....

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London Arts Fair 2018 at the Islington Business Centre

Painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia and dialogue in the heart of Islington, London...

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Carillion’s fall – privatisation and magical thinking

In the aftermath of Carillion's collapse, and its winning of government contracts despite clear profit warnings, where does this leave privatisation?...

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Depressingly Funny: Daphne

A refreshingly accurate and wryly funny portrayal of everyday mental illness, Daphne is an impressive feature debut....

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Loitered Lens: SikTH

Photos from SikTH's December gig at Koko, Camden...

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How Did China Tame The Market?

To fully understand the impact of China in the modern world its important to have an idea of how the self styled communist state extricated the free market from democracy....

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The Hat Man and The Korg

Saturday night music at the Lansdowne pub in Lewes, church of the unchurched, and my (low) expectations are scattered to the four winds by the performance of Robert Lashmar AKA Rhythmic/AKA The Hat...

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Hymns to the Silence: Ephrem Solomon at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

Deeply personal portraiture with strong socio-political purpose...

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Comic Creators, Ex-Presidents and Oprah

Elderly males can get frisky. It’s a post-pubescent flare before death....

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Buzz, Feed? Keeping up with the Bees

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report...

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Year Zero – Brexit and Nihilism

Sometimes we just have to state the obvious. Brexit is a bad idea. It has already split the country and gave voice to all manner of nasty beliefs once thought dead and buried....

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Legal Weed: Do Young’uns Now Toke More, or Do More Young’uns Toke?

What impact may legalization of recreational marijuana in Oregon have on teen marijuana use?...

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Suggs and a Cat’s Death: My Life Story

Madness separated their brand of ska-pop from the political leanings of 2 Tone with a schtick of fun, and as their lead man, Suggs was always easy to love....

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Chimerica: Is Ai Wei Wei an Enemy of the State?

The Symbiosis of China & America ...

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Stressed? Smell Your Lover’s Shirt

Women feel calmer after being exposed to their male partner's scent...

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Dead Reflections, Live Context (Silverstein Interview)

A cosy chat with Silverstein singer Shane Told...

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