Opinion //

In a world of our own

With protests against university fee deregulation taking place in the library, classes titled Intimacy, Love and Friendship, and Pride Week starting soon, it can be easy to think we have entered an era of widespread progressivism. Even if we don’t want to pick up sticks and join the ranks of the socialist revolution, at the…

Reviews //

The A-Z of Entertainment

Photo by Victor Kalka Shevvi Barrett-Brown reviews the latest SUDS play, Alphabetical Order.  Michael Frayn’s Alphabetical Order, directed by Tabitha Woo, invites its audience into the office of a small town library, home to an array of quirky, provincial characters and led by the enduring librarian Lucy (Imogen Hubber). The office is a mess, and…