Batman: Arkham Origins Review

  By Shane Tyas If ten years ago I told you that computer games based on the Batman Series would be one of the most successful games franchises of the moment, you would have probably laughed in my face. Sure, Batman has always been on of the most popular superheroes of all time, and in…

Theatre review: Kindertransport

By Helen Davidson The play follows the sad story of Eva, a young Jewish girl sent away from Hamburg to Manchester aged 9. She is one of many other Jewish children rescued from Nazi Germany during the Second World War. The open scene shows a mother and daughter in Germany preparing for Eva’s train journey…

Bewytched

By Philip Rylands-Richey The Wytches are gloomy psycheadelia, grungy animal screams, crashing drums and bleak, echoing riffs; all mixed up in a bubbling cauldron with root of hemlock and eye of newt tossed in for good measure. Singer Kristian Bell howls away in strangled croaks over the rotten, lurching riff of Beehive Queen. He whines…

It’s a Swing Thing

So it was my brothers 22nd birthday, ordinarily your first assumption of a Saturday night in Brighton might not be a hot, sweaty room filled with jazz and swing dancers. I’m not fantasising here, this is really where we ended up. My first experience of swing dancing was at the Green Door Store, located just…

Review: La Choza

Mexican food is not just Old El Paso and homemade-yet-still-not-right burritos. La Choza is an authentic Mexican restaurant in the heart of Brighton’s octopus lanes, offering you all the Mexican you’ll need.  The colourful and quirky décor of La Choza or ‘the shack’ instantly stood out, showing itself off as a typical carnival with a…