Poems for the Future

The End Finally, hell rusted over. The polymers don’t hold hands anymore Because it’s harder to get away. There is no medicine left. There are no mouths left. At its slow end when the sun throws out its arms It will be disappointed – There is nothing left here to die. Which was, of course, […]

2 Minutes with Comedian Tony Law

Clemmie Melvin spends 2 minutes with stand-up comedian Tony Law who has just kick-started his UK tour, “Tony Law: A Law Unto His-Elf What Welcome”’.    CM: If you could perform anywhere in the world, in any particular venue, where would you choose? TL: The Royal Albert Hall. I have performed there once before for the […]

Gallery Goers

Clemmie Melvin gives us an insight into to the kooky crazy world of morning gallery goers.  A crisp winter morning at The Royal Academy. The Abstract Expressionist Exhibition is in full swing. Pre-booked tickets are being collected from the front desk. Reserved viewing times are being wavered in order to pacify the burgeoning crowd. The crowd. […]

It Boy

Kwon Ji-Young, better known to the world by his stage name G-Dragon, first stepped up to the spotlight in 2006 as the leader of K-Pop band Big Bang. In the decade since, he has made his name as a multihyphenate with a veritable toolbox of skills: the producer and lyricist behind many of Big Bang’s […]

Our House 2017: Down to the Cellar

Harry Bowley chats to Harry Fox about Our House’s return to Exeter’s nightlife scene. Hi Harry Hello! How are you? Good thanks! You? Doing well, thank you. Talk us through the fire Cavern, we’re desperate to know. When did you find out, and when did you launch your plan to keep Our House on the move? The […]

One Rule for the West, Another for the Rest

Exetera’s Ruby Holley responds to reactions of the presidential election results. Amidst the ‘I’m moving to Canada’ commentary, Ruby questions western attitudes towards citizenship bidding. Following the election of Donald Trump as the United States President, the future feels uncertain for many American citizens. Some commentators have remarked Americans have “out-dumbed” the British’s decision to […]

An Evening with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd

Bizarre, absurd and confused might be some of the impressions you will leave with after experiencing one of performance artist Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s films. The British artist is famed for taking iconic moments in cultural history, such as Michael Jackon’s Thriller music video or the film Born Free and re-working them into improvised, spontaneous performances. […]

The Fourth Phase: Review

Over hundred people were spotted crowding into the upper level of Exeter’s Hole in The Wall this Sunday evening for a spot of late summer apres courtesy of Redbull. Familiar faces from the university Snowsports and Surf club amongst others mingled together civilly; that was until the food came out. Quickly, the drinks which had […]

I PROBABLY ATE SEWAGE

SPOILER ALERT: If you’ve eaten cheap food in Hong Kong and consider ignorance the best option, don’t read this!

LOVE SAVES THE DAY 2016: PREVIEW

This year, those with a slightly more eclectic Soundcloud playlist will be found north of Exeter, removed from the Barbour and boat shoes of dfl (down from London) Exeter students and their BBC 1 Big Weekend tickets. Yet another year has passed and once again Eastville Park, Bristol is graced with Love Saves the Day. […]