Roy Ward will not be shedding a tear for Pope Benedict XVI, but instead warns that mocking him often overlooks the true extent of his negative influence.
Stuart Forward reviews a future classic of the LGBT literary canon: Ode to Lata by Ghalib Shiraz Dhalla.
Jack Attridge looks at the work of artist Lilly McElroy as she literally ‘throws herself at men’ in the artistic process.
Ed Cripps reviews I Give It A Year, a new offering from the team behind Four Weddings And A Funeral, Bridget Jones’ Diary & Borat.
Jack Wingrove looks back at Beyonce’s iconic Super Bowl performance and her show-stealing set.
Will Holmes looks at the tactical slant the EDL take when trying to encourage an atmosphere of intolerance. Will asks what can be done.
Ash Isaac looks back at Cool Runnings, a film about embarking on a journey and then, when it all fails, bowing out to a slow clap crescendo.
Adam Wollerton reviews Noel Coward’s The Vortex, currently showing at The Rose Theatre, Kingston. A whirlwind of emotions!
Robin Wells reflects on a historic week for equality and looks at infidelity.
Miki presents a run down of the week’s news for those who have been living under a rock.