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The 1975 Concert Review – It’s The Sound of Victory for the Manchester Rockstars

The 1975 take the stage at their biggest sold out show to date.  The Indie Band end their successful year by bringing the 02 arena to life with funk rock.   Star Rating:  4/7 Written by Leanne Cresswell Following the triumphant release of their second album ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So

Craig David’s new single for Charity is not what we needed!

Photo Source: http://ksassets.timeincuk.net With sales soaring high last year with Jess Glynne’s ‘Take Me Home’, Craig David is the chosen artist to represent the 2016 Children In Need Single. Rating: 1/5 Taken from his number one album ‘Following My Intuition’, we experience a new side to Craig David. His new track certainly isn't a party

Henri Matisse’s ‘The Snail’ spirals me with confusion.

  'The Snail' Collage, displayed at Tate Modern I find it difficult to appreciate certain types of art, and 'The Snail' created by Matisse is the perfect example as to why. Star Rating: 3/5 Written by Leanne Cresswell, a Journalism Student at London Southbank University. Walking into a room full of unique pieces of Art, my

The Dulwich Picture Gallery Is A Credit To The Community

  The Dulwich Picture Gallery, exceptionally designed by Architect Sir John Soane  Rating: 3/5 The first purpose-built public art gallery allows it’s visitors to experience a variety of remarkable paintings. Written By Leanne Cresswell, LSBU Journalism Student. Established more that 200 years ago in South Dulwich, The Picture Gallery is home to more than 600

New Lloyd’s Bank Advert Takes a Jockey Approach Into Our Hearts

  Image Source: www.Pexels.com Rating: 3/5 Written By Leanne Cresswell, LSBU Journalism Student. After disappearing in 2007, the iconic Black Stallion Logo gallops back on our screens for the first time since it’s financial crises. To celebrate 250 years, Lloyds Bank take their advertising an extra step further by working with the creative

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