Marine Saint

ARTICLES BY Marine Saint

The Cube: Bristol's volunteer-led arts venue giving the city's diverse community a voice

The Cube is one of Bristol’s hidden treasures: an independent arts venue showcasing local exhibitions, musicians and films located in Stokes Croft.
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March Bookshelf: Celebrating International Women’s Day

In honour of IWD, this month’s bookshelf celebrates some of the best feminist non-fiction books and novels to empower readers and discover new voices.
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From 'The Secret History’ to ‘Normal People’ - how is university represented in literature?

Universities in fiction provide the ideal setting for a coming-of-age narrative as they represent the some of the most demanding and tumultuous years in our lives.
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Wonder Woman 1984 offers an escape from the horrors of 2020

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), has the difficult challenge of both maintaining the dynamism of the first film as well as reopening cinema releases
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Remembering WW2 in Bristol: Blitz, Segregation, and Rioting

With Remembrance Day events being scaled back this year, it is now more important than ever to reflect on the Second World War, arguably one of the most tumultuous periods in the city’s history.
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