The Saatchi Gallery’s Iconoclasts: Art Out of the Mainstream takes a visionary perspective on the term, exploiting its definition to fit its defiance of traditional artistic methods.
Snap & Stroll: a community photography project about getting diverse groups of people together, participating in the outdoors and improving participant's wellbeing and confidence. The lesson in this project and exhibition is “to be bold, be memorable and be in the moment.”
Grab yourself a Maßkrug of Krombacher, put on a pair of Lederhosen and come along to Komedia’s Oktoberfest event.
Average Ed, aka Ed Leath, shares his musings on Baywatch and the film industry's lack of originality.
Indie shoegaze is back and Feuerhaus are at the forefront. Our entertainment editor Annabel Miller caught their enigmatic set a The Nest.
Katie Constantine, History of Art student and curator herself, sat down with Bath Spa alumni and co-leader of the festival, Scarlett Mosnier, to discuss all things arty and FaB.
Matt Banks is at Moles once again, but this time he's reviewing not performing. The Moles stage sees EMiRAE release their EP with support from The Miracle Run and JT Leon.
We met with Saint Loe, the band breaking away from the grunge scene of Bath Spa with their catchy guitar-pop.
The artist that creates immersive pieces that act as a “jumping off point for conversations,” and express “ideas that we cannot explore using words alone.”
Suave and synthy soloist, Gully talks to us about the Commercial Music tectonics, being caught in “the snares of Tinder” and his upcoming EP Student Blues.