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'Squid Game' is not entirely an original product as the audience may tend to think

Netflix’s recent cultural sensation Squid Game provides an in-depth social critique of the modern capitalistic system, encapsulating the ‘debt-trap’ situation and the contradiction of ‘prosperity dream’.
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Review: Circus of the Streets @ Durdham Downs

It goes without saying that the time-honoured traditional format of circus is outdated and hence requires reimagining. Circus of the Streets certainly does not disappoint incorporating much loved circus routines with elements of improv theatre to create a show-stopping melange.
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Review: ‘Unknown' @ Tobacco Factory Theatres

By Oscar Hunter, Co-Deputy Arts Editor As I enter the intimate Tobacco Factory Theatre I am immediately intrigued. Created in
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Bristol University unveils new statue of Henrietta Lacks

This Monday a life-sized bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black African-American woman whose cells have lead to countless medical breakthroughs, was unveiled by her family at the University of Bristol.
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RuPaul returns with a whole new batch of queens for Drag Race UK Season 3

The wait is over. Mama Ru has crossed the pond once again in search of the next drag starlet to be whisked off to Tinseltown to be given the once in a lifetime opportunity of starring in their own digital series.
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Shang-Chi breaks new ground whilst staying loyal to the Marvel formula

The 24th entry in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) hit cinemas in September as the first in the franchise’s new phase to be set after 2019’s hugely successful ‘Avengers: Endgame’.
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Adding little to a worn narrative, Britney vs Spears fails to shed new light on a decades long fight

The absurdity of fame, as well as the sheer isolation, are captured perfectly in the first minute of ‘Britney vs Spears’. Unfortunately, this is where excellence ends.
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