Hyunsu Yim

Crashing, Channel 4 – TV review: It’s like Friends, but a whole lot edgier

This comedy series which evolves around the lives and relationships of twenty-somethings living in a disused hospital in London will make you laugh, cry, and confused. Channel 4’s six-part comedy series ‘Crashing’ ended its first season with the last episode which aired last Friday. At first glance, Crashing looks like any other flat-share comedy show which seems to […]

 Leah Byron

“Wicked” Wednesday! A Review

My “Wicked” experience was unsurprisingly cliché. As much as I tried not to exessively listen to the soundtrack before going to the show, it was excruciatingly difficult to restrain myself and I gave in. “Wicked” the musical is what I would consider the “Frozen” of musical theatre. Of course, the parallels are uncanny between the […]

 Leah Byron

Matilda: Summary and Review

Matilda: Summary and Review

I was fortunate enough to see Matilda during my time here in London. My group consists of about twenty women and ten men, plus my supervisor and his wife. I’ll be honest, as a group of 30 college students, we stuck out amongst the youngsters of the crowd. We gathered at the Cambridge Theatre and […]

 Tari Eguruze

Looking Back at BFI London FIlm Festival

Looking Back at BFI London FIlm Festival

Youth Arts Online takes a look back at some of the most surprising, creative, thrilling, funny, heart-warming  and powerful films on of the BFI London Film Festival this year. What are you most excited about seeing? Most Surprising Film: Kill Your Darlings The film followed the life of young American poet Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) in the 1950’s, […]

 Rose Fatherazi

Sweet Bird of Youth Review

Sweet Bird of Youth Review

From 1 June – 31 August 2013, The Old Vic theatre has been showing one of the most outstanding, well-known works of Tennessee Williams ‘Sweet Bird of Youth,’ and by far, it was the most thrilling performance I’ve seen in a long time. Staring Sex and the City’s favourite star Kim Cattrall, and the attractive […]