It’s a hard New York for little Annie

Cherelle Cawthorne reviews how the famous orphan hits the big screen once again Running time: 118 min Certificate: PG Star rating: 4/5 star rating Director: Will Gluck       Plot Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) is a foster child who seems to have it altogether in the busy New York but she is in constant hope […]

Musician Kelsey Conroy talks about music technology and its effect on song leaking

From The Smiths to The 1975. Not only has the music people listen to changed but also how we listen to it. Music technology may be a whirlwind for the old folks but the younger generation have embraced it in their stride! Cherelle Cawthorn reports. You are in the 1980s. Music blaring, quirky dance moves all […]

Leicester sex shop sales hopes soar after release of 50 Shades

City sex shop Ann Summers, Leicester, is expecting sales to soar as Fifty Shades of Grey is released in cinemas.

Leicester City historian offers students an insight to club’s past

By Dan Ableson Students from DMU took a trip down memory lane last week in a Cultural Exchanges event that looked at the origins of Leicester City Football Club. The club’s official archivist and historian, John Hutchinson, who was in conversation with Dr Neil Carter, of DMU’s International Centre for Sports History and Culture, took […]

Oxfam searching for regular donors in Leicester

By Jordan Gillen Oxfam are calling out for regular donors in Leicester to help them on their latest fresh water campaigns. Workers for the UK’s leading global poverty charity took to the streets of Leicester today, asking for members of the public to spare some money to help the cause. Dumic Maper, a senior Oxfam […]