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Ghost of Haiti takes place in a purgatory France. A freed Haitian slave tears out the white tricolour from the French flag (representing the white slave-owners), and stitches the red…

At our latest event we sold out the Arnolfini with a powerful open discussion about the complexities of masculinity. Following the success of our previous event, we wanted to continue the…

Splitz P is a talented songwriter from St Pauls and has been a prolific musical talent in Bristol for years. Alongside rap, he also has a great singing voice. He sings choruses…

“Black Panther is a deeply evil film. It dangles the idea of global black liberation in front of you, paints that as villainous, then ends in an orgy of the…

Last month I visited Sudan for the first time in six years. Sudan is the birthplace of my mother and father, as well as the rest of my family. In…

Che Lingo set Exchange on fire last Monday. Prior to the show, I did not know much about talented up-and-comer Che Lingo but now that I have witnessed him live, I…

We were invited down to SOAS last Friday to host a discussion on social outrage and thresholds of offence. It is not uncommon to hear the phrase “PC culture gone…

Marvel superhero films have been a guilty pleasure of mine for a number of years now. 2017 saw an exciting change in form from Marvel. The studio took on some…

In our latest interview we spoke to rising star, Jordan Bolger. Originally from Coventry, Jordan first pursued a career in dance until a serious injury brought those dreams to a halt.…

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