Beyoncé’s Psalms: the theology of Lemonade

// The raw, brutal honesty and Psalm-like quality of Lemonade shows us that even Queen Bey hasn’t got it all figured out.

Written by Chine McDonald

The hope in our stars?

// Why Interstellar is wrong about space travel and right about love.

Written by Caleb Woodbridge

The show that’s something special

// There was a sense in the audience that this was something special, which is why it closed with a standing...

Written by Chine McDonald

Review: Boyhood

// The defining coming-of-age movie that shows the beauty of normality.

Written by Thomas McConaghie

Film review: How I Live Now

// Based on Meg Rosoff’s novel of the same name, this beautiful reimagining of a wartime romance is everything you wouldn’t...

Written by Angeline Liles

Bastille: Bad Blood

// "When you just can't shake the heavy weight of living."

Written by Angeline Liles

Hero or broken man? Denzel shines in Flight

// An alcoholic in denial, we see what happens to a man who is a reluctant hero.

Written by Kirk Dunn

Live review: Daughter

// "Collecting names of the lovers that went wrong" (Youth)

Written by Angeline Liles

Live Review: Matt Corby & Bear’s Den

// Hackney Round Chapel, London, Tuesday December 11.

Written by Angeline Liles

Live Review: Ben Howard & Willy Mason

// Two contrasting but brilliant troubadours have diverse effects on the sold out audience at the Corn Exchange, Cambridge on November...

Written by Angeline Liles

Live Review: The Staves

// Village Underground, London, 19 November 2012.

Written by Lynda Davies

A Year of Biblical Womanhood

// In defence of Rachel Held Evans...

Written by Chine McDonald

Why do we watch James Bond?

// Bond is not a teacher, nor are his films parables. We watch them because they are enormous fun.

Written by Alex Baker

Live Review: Dry The River

// The Junction, Cambridge, 16th October 2012.

Written by Angeline Liles

Mumford & Sons: Babel

// If you’re looking for radical progression from the energetic foot-stompery and opulent lyricism of their previous work, I’d advise you...

Written by Angeline Liles

Edinburgh Fringe: Creativity by the cart-load

// Sara Kewly Hyde is heading to Edinburgh for this year's Fringe. Here she shares her top picks of what to...

Written by Sara Kewly Hyde