Travels with The Stag to Efteling and Phantasialand

Travels with The Stag to Efteling and Phantasialand

Rosie Willoughby gives her tips on making the most of your trip to the theme parks De Efteling and Phantasialand, from which airport to fly into, to top attraction picks.

Travels with The Stag as an exchange student

Travels with The Stag as an exchange student

Deputy Editor, Rosie Willoughby, introduces our latest series, Travels with the Stag: featuring student-friendly advice and commentary on exploring new places, starting with a widely accessible opportunity: studying abroad.

Barbie Movie: A Review

Jodie Thompson shares her thoughts on the highly-anticipated Barbie movie, as well as its importance in today’s society.

Loving Differently

For the last day of pride month, our anonymous author writes a poem about experiencing love through a different lens.

One fantasy, One familial, Both fun: Queer Book Reviews

Millie Russell reviews and discusses two different, yet excellent pieces of queer media. One is a slow burn fantasy, the other is a familial novel.

Wild Night At The Zoo, Anyone?

Fancy a different kind of Zoo experience? Tomi Ogunlewe reviews the London Zoo night experience, which is available until the 28th July.

The Department of Conspiracy – A Review

‘Nour Morsy received and reviewed ‘The Department of Conspiracy’ by Cal Georgeson, a book released in January of this year that is all about espionage, fake news, and unintended heroism’

‘Welcome to Subtract’: Ed Sheeran’s Touching Live Debut of his New Album

Brandon Kartick tells us all about his experience at Ed Sheeran’s heartfelt live debut of his new album Subtract while giving us a brief history on Sheeran as an artist and the meanings behind his songs.

“Richard III” at the Rose Theatre – A Review

Emma Bleeck went to the press night of “Richard III” at the Rose Theatre and expresses her thoughts on the performance and the production’s changes to the classic play in her review.

Queer book recommendations – Celebrating all identities

Emma Bleeck introduces you to her favourite queer novels. Have a read if you’re looking to widen your reading list for all types of moods and genres!

This is how you do a farewell concert

Ivy Ivanova tells us about Panic! At The Disco’s concert. Being one of their last shows after announcing their disbandment, she takes us through the incredible experience of attending the concert.

65 is good, actually

Rosie Willoughby reviews 65, a simple action movie but which includes genuine performances by Adam Driver and Ariana Greenblatt.

“The Unexpected Twist” at the Rose Theatre – A Review

Emma Bleeck watched the musical adaptation of Michael Rosen’s novel, The Unexpected Twist, at the Rose Theatre in Kingston and shares her thoughts on the production’s Oliver Twist retelling.

Firedance live review

Jodie Thompson shares her thoughts after watching Firedance live, a show that features Strictly‘s biggest stars, fire performers and live music.

The international student experience

Former President of The Stag, Sharmishtha Chahande, reflects on her experience applying to the University of Surrey as an international student, and how her decision has affected her life.

Glass Onion: a review

Rosie Willoughby shares her thoughts on Knives Out sequel, Glass Onion, and how the movie mirrors the reality of 2022 through its characters and plot.

Taylor Swift Midnights Review

Sharmishtha Chahande shares her thoughts on Taylor Swift’s latest album,Midnight, a record-breaker that includes a mature and personal take which captures the artist’s growth and innovations during her musical career.

For Christmas

Nefeli Michaelidou shares an exceptional poem, showing the more somber side to Christmas as “it can remind us of those who are no longer with us.”

Live From Surrey: Phil Chevessaut

Tomi Ogunlewe interviews Phil Chevessaut, upcoming artist whose musical skillset includes playing the piano, guitar and singing.

Live From Surrey: The Played Alone

Luka Dehnbostel interviews The Played Alone, an award-winning artist who prefer to keep a low profile, and whose style is described as “poetry to music”.