The Undateables review

By Kiesha Dosanjh The title “The Undateables” gives off the vibe that Channel 4 are making a mockery of the people who suffer from mental and or psychical disabilities who feature on this show trying to find love. They of course would say it’s because the singles featuring in the programme see themselves as being […]

Uncle: First series good – second series better?

By Rhea Turner Sex, drugs and Witty one-liners form the basis of this new BBC Three comedy. Uncle shows what happens when maturity levels meet in the middle as Andy, an irresponsible musician, takes care (or attempts to take care) of his straight faced, wheat intolerant nephew Errol. The episode carries themes of classic role […]

The only way they know how to

Review by Sam Chambers Over the years, The Charlatans have had to learn a thing or two when it comes to overcoming adversity. In 1996 they lost founding member and keyboardist, Rob Collins, in a road accident. Then, just eighteen months ago, another original member, drummer John Brookes, sadly lost his three-year battle with cancer, […]

Dancing with Dupont

By Grace Liu Since 1913, Leicester’s largest entertainment venue has provided people across the country with just that: entertainment. From plays to concerts to Broadway musicals, De Montfort Hall has been a model representation of the diversity and originality that Leicester is so famous for. But did Dupont Dance Stage School manage to keep up […]

2 Broke Girls: And The Broken Record

Sassy attitudes and snappy one liners aren’t enough to salvage this filler episode, says Emily Paget. As the new season of 2 Broke Girls returns with a ‘booty call’ last Thursday, we’re left wondering what it was we just watched. It’s payday for the girls, Max and Caroline but it’s a stranger in their apartment […]