Born on social media, dark academia sees users posting photos and videos that romanticise a passion for art and knowledge. It’s stacks of books piled high; longing for a New England university campus you’ll never visit
In the wake of 2020’s Black Lives Matter movement, many fashion brands expressed solidarity with the Black community, posting vague BLM-adjacent sentiments, blacked out squares and regurgitated hashtags on their social media platforms.
Nothing is quite as it seems in Josephine Decker’s new psychodrama, Shirley. Following the famous horror writer Shirley Jackson (Elizabeth Moss), Shirley imagines the reclusive writer’s life
As a filmmaker, Greta Gerwig’s artistic sensibilities have long been unfairly questioned. This year, she and all the other women making films were snubbed by most of the major awards.
How can we support people with invisible disabilities in the arts? With the help of an insightful panel, it was tackled at The Roundhouse’s Driving Change in our Sector event.
Nearly a decade after the release of the final film in the saga, it appears as though the Twilight series is making its comeback. It seems neither long-awaited nor warranted but that isn’t stopping Stephanie Meyer’s pack of sparkling vampires from experiencing their renaissance.
Rocks tells the story of Olushola, nicknamed Rocks (Bukky Bakray) who is left to care for herself and her younger brother Emmanuel when their mother suddenly abandons them.
Remember when toilet paper was the hottest commodity in town? Well, now there’s a new shortage: flour.
Roundhouse’s Driving Change in our Sector was an insightful and fascinating event which highlighted solutions for tackling issues of diversity and inclusion.
Hive City Legacy is a collective of nine femmes of colour. Their show is an electric exploration about what it means to be a woman of colour living in Britain today.
For as long as feminism has been around, the angry feminist has been a stereotype used to dismiss the claims of women. Calling a woman angry is the best way to ignore what she is saying, after all, who would listen to a screaming woman who cannot control her emotions.