Sarah Jayne Smith introduces Darren J. Coles and Glenn Wade to USW’s Cardiff campus, to chat about comedic influences, Welsh identity, and the duo’s new podcast.
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On review: The Simplicity in Naivety.
On the 17th February 2023 UK cinemas were finally graced with seeing Dean Fleischer Camp’s 2021 feature film Marcel the Shell with Shoes On. With the character’s first feature film appearance, since […]
Tiger Bay: Revisiting the J. Lee Thompson movie that was filmed in cardiff bay
REVIEW: MOTHER GOOSE at Wales Millennium Centre
Mother Goose at the Wales Millennium Centre is an eggcellent show that is perfect for the whole family, and with the inclusion of Sir Ian McKellen, you really can’t go wrong. It […]
A lookback at the film Tiger Bay released on this day in 1959
J. Lee Thompson’s British crime drama known as Tiger Bay was released on this day 63 years ago in 1959. The film stars actors John Mills, his daughter Hayley Mills and Horst […]
Book Review: If I Can’t Have You by Charlotte Levin—a powerful and emotional read.
If I Can’t Have You is Charlotte Levin’s debut novel which portrays mental health, obsession and addiction through Constance as a lonely character. Synopsis: If I Can’t Have You Samuel, the day […]
Devon Cole’s new single ‘Call U After Rehab’
The American-based singer Devon Cole released her new single ‘Call U After Rehab’ along with her E.P., which came out on 10th March. From her most famous single, W.I.T.C.H., which had over […]
Daisy Jones & The Six takes us back to the 1970s
image from Amazon Studios by Lacey Terrell The first 3 episodes of Daisy Jones & The Six are out on Amazon prime. Starring Riley Keough as Daisy Jones and Sam Claflin as […]
How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie: The book that got me into reading again.
Synopsis: They say you can’t choose your family, but you can kill them. Grace Bernard is a daughter, sister, and serial killer. Grace has lost everything, and she will stop at nothing […]
Immersed! Festival ’23 Review
Words and images by Sarah Jayne Smith Organising a festival is stressful. Unforeseen challenges can thwart even the most experienced of teams, but for a group of university students to pull off a high-caliber […]