How are LGBT+ Characters Presented in Sitcoms?

How are LGBT+ Characters Presented in Sitcoms? Across TV, especially sitcoms, there is an increasing amount of good LGBT+ representation. The first ever LGBT+ character I was aware of on TV was Friends’ Carol Willick, who we meet early on in Season 1 following her separation from Ross Gellar because she’s a lesbian. […]

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Local People to See This Festival Season

Local People to See This Festival Season Hampshire is home to a huge amount of talented artists, from the folk punk prowess of Frank Turner to Craig David, who, according to my editor, is definitely famous in Florida and “Big enough to play at the Queen’s birthday party”. If that isn’t an endorsement, I’m not […]

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People to check out at The Great Escape

People to check out at The Great Escape The Great Escape is fast approaching, taking place from May 17th-19th in Brighton’s city centre. My calendar already has four, five, and sixway clashes, and I’ve got a place to stay in that comes with its very own adorable cavapoo, so what could possibly left to do […]

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This Month in Local Live Acts: April

This Month in Local Live Acts: April As we edge towards festival season (starting just next month, can you believe it?!), gigs are abundant across Southampton. Of course, you can always go elsewhere, but why would you want to? Special mentions go to The Sex Pissed Dolls for having my favourite band name of the […]

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This Month in Local Live Acts: February

This Month in Local Live Acts: February After the mania that was September and October, January was a much-needed break from gigs. I know, I never thought I’d write those words either, but three back-to-back gigs a week was a lot. Anyway, now that it’s February and I have a dissertation due in two months, […]

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The Edge’s List of 2018: Sigrid

The Edge’s List of 2018: Sigrid If you love incredible talented Scandinavian singers, then you’ll definitely love Sigrid. She’s only 21 years old, and somehow everything she’s done so far has been magical. Her debut single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ premiered on Radio 1 and was simultaneously made Hottest Record in the World, and her […]

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This Month in Local Live Acts: December

This Month in Local Live Acts: December December is a little slower than the last few months (I went to a gig roughly every other day in October, it was incredible), but there’s still a bunch of good stuff on. Shoutout to The Wurzels and Shaggy for being two of the most ridiculous upcoming gigs […]

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This Month in Local Live Acts: November

This Month in Local Live Acts: November I’m fully enjoying gig season – last month I went to a gig approximately every other day and I’m fully ready to keep that up this month. I’ve got my gig necessities down, actually – earplugs, phone, money, dictaphone, business cards – and all I need now is […]

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This Month in Local Live Acts: October

This Month in Local Live Acts: October Finally, the English gig scene is getting back into the swing of things following festival season – June-August are always low months with very few gigs, but the five below are just a handful of the incredible local gigs going on this month. Seriously, I have at least […]

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