15/08
A night of grunge and punk from two of Britain's most exiting new bands...
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Who is the real subject of analysis in Peter Shaffer's disturbing classic?...

14/08
Katie Half-Price swaps the books for the pub. It's a hard life...
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14/08
The Israeli filmmaker's The Congress is released this week - we look back at his past work...

14/08
Hot and sweaty rock n' roll taken from the band's latest album Black Denim Blitz...
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13/08
What's got our office stereo jumping this last bi-month...

13/08
The Hungarian artist has created book covers for Vintage and Granta. Here she discusses her process for illustrating comics. ...
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12/08
"I started doing comics that I used to pass round my mates, one of which took the mickey out of the teachers"...

12/08
A documentary about a couple of skateboarding legends, Tas and Ben Pappas...
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12/08
With Scribble Victory, Ghost Twins and Tray Electric at The Chameleon ...

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    Marvel's Avengers are back together for their second big screen outing
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    "When you win games and draw games, you're 'undefeated'. But when you lose games and draw games, you're 'winless'."
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