After last week’s uneven offering, Doctor Who produces one of the standout episodes of the series so far. With Clara taking the back-seat for an episode we get to delve even deeper into the Doctor’s character; examining what exactly two thousand years of time travelling has done to him and how he has arrived in […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – The Woman Who Lived"
Opposed to the sinister feel of the rest of the series so far, “The Girl Who Died” is notable for being much lighter in tone. In many ways it’s comparable to last year’s historical romp “Robot of Sherwood” where a grumpy Twelfth Doctor faced off against Robin Hood. This episode drops the Doctor and Clara […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – The Girl Who Died"
On a Tuesday night in one of Manchester’s most intimate hidden venues, played one of the most exciting live acts to emerge in recent times. If you’ve never listened to Brighton four-piece Black Honey then I strongly urge you to do so. Here’s a link to their Soundcloud page – https://soundcloud.com/blackhoneyuk with their few releases […]Read more "GIG REVIEW – BLACK HONEY AT SOUP KITCHEN 13TH OCTOBER"
This week saw the conclusion to last week’s suspenseful opener, and as such had a lot to explain. Most importantly the questions on everybody’s minds, is the Doctor really dead and where did his ghost come from? Unlike the previous two-parter the cliff-hanger isn’t resolved straight away. Instead we get a chance to see the […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – Before the Flood"
SPOLIER WARNING – DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE The nights are getting darker and colder, and for some reason Doctor Who is being broadcast later, so now feels like the perfect time for the show to introduce a spooky ghost story. After an intense and explosive opening two-parter, Doctor Who […]Read more "Doctor Who Series 9 Review – Under the Lake"
On the first night of October, with the drunken haze of fresher’s week finally wearing off and for those younger a new school year already the norm, a predominantly student crowd waits with anticipation for Peace’s sold-out gig at the Manchester Academy. Peace, often dismissed by the nay-sayers as having little depth and imitating successful […]Read more "Gig Review – Peace at the Manchester Academy 1st October"