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Review: Solo – A Star Wars Story

Prior to Solo’s release, clouds of doubt have been cast surrounding its controversial premise and further production difficulties. David Evans explores to the extent to which these concerns were founded in reality or were just the fear-mongering of a perhaps over-zealous fan base.

Review: Private Peaceful

With the centenary of WWI in its final year, there is no better time for a theatre adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s War classic ‘Private Peaceful’. Can the production live up to the highest expectations?

Graffiti, Vandalism… Art

After the arrival of ‘Ruth’ outside Age UK Bristol and the revamp of Bristol Animal Rescue Centre, it is time we look back on a long legacy of street art and Bristol’s involvement in the movement; however with a crack down on graffiti by the City Council possible, what does the future hold?

Review: Love, Simon

Our first preview screening of a film, for one of the last films that James Palmer may review for this site. From the ashes rises a phoenix.