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BOOK REVIEW: How Not to Be a Boy by Robert Webb

  Out now Review by Gabriel Brown The most honest, personal, and downright relatable book I have ever read. What Robert Webb has produced here is something I wish I’d been able to read sooner. He has crafted a really beautiful book – and it’s rare I use that word to describe things. I think my main… View Article

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THEATRE REVIEW: Goth Weekend @ Live Theatre

17th October For more listings at Live Theatre click here Review by Sophia Rahim If you’re having difficulty envisioning what a play entitled Goth Weekend might be like, then imagine a version of The Notebook starring Marilyn Manson, and featuring considerably more cacophonous guitar music than one might expect. If this thought leaves you with a… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Secret Cooking Club: Confetti and Cake by Laurel Remington

  Out now Published by Chicken House Review by Elizabeth Gibson  The sequel to The Secret Cooking Club, Laurel Remington’s Confetti and Cake has a pretty, colourful cover which, combined with the title, gives the impression that the book will be light-hearted and fun. The blurb adds to this idea, and so I expected an easy… View Article

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