Edinburgh Tattoo cancelled due to COVID pandemic

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has been cancelled for the second year in a row.  Event organisers say the financial risks around delivering the event during a time of uncertainty, were too great. With public health policies subject to change and the possibility of a last-minute cancellation, event organisers concluded that it would be “irresponsible” to go ahead with the event.  Chief Executive Buster Howes … Continue reading Edinburgh Tattoo cancelled due to COVID pandemic

Top Picks of April – Film/TV

As much as I’m excited about the upcoming easing of lockdown restrictions, I’m going to miss the time I have spent in front of my TV. So maybe this is why over the last month and a half, I’ve spent a dizzying amount of time consuming content like it’s March 2020 all over again. From the old and new of Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney Plus, and … Continue reading Top Picks of April – Film/TV

Podcast – ENRG Culture Backstage

We have a podcast! Our new podcast will see different members of the ENRG Culture team discuss their thoughts on a range of topics from music, fashion to major celebrity gossip! Episode 1, hosted by Jessica Matthewson, Emma Barton and Arran Proctor, is entitled Crocs: The devils in the details and looks at the major changes in the world of arts and culture. Listen on … Continue reading Podcast – ENRG Culture Backstage

Women who inspire through music

Happy International Women’s day! On March 8th, women around the world celebrate their history and shine a light on women’s right. The day aims to raise awareness of injustices that women face in their day to day lives, and offers solace to those in need. The day creates a united front and allows any who identify as female, that unity and solidarity that is often … Continue reading Women who inspire through music

Review: Dickinson season 2

Dickinson returns to Apple TV+ for a season 2. Complete with a matured protagonist, brand new love triangles and of course, a lot more poems.  The opening scene of the second season shows an 18th century working newspaper press office, this later mirrors the individual newspaper press of a black man selling papers about the Abolitionist Movement in the South. The trials of Emily printing her … Continue reading Review: Dickinson season 2

Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

Since the premiere of her song Lose You To Love Me back in October, 2019, Selena Gomez has been making a massive comeback. Although still being a prominent public figure, Gomez was mostly silent apart from one or two songs popping up here and there. She addressed social media and said that this was her time to find herself again and mend herself after years … Continue reading Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

And the nominees are… A look at this year’s Golden Globe nominations

The nominations for the 78th Golden Globe Awards have officially been announced commencing the Hollywood award season. Six-time Golden Globe winner, Sarah Jessica Parker and fellow Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson announced the nominations virtually, another amusing signage of the Covid Pandemic. The best director nominees this year scream empowerment with women dominating a category that historically has been run by men. Of the … Continue reading And the nominees are… A look at this year’s Golden Globe nominations

Top 10 Glastonbury Fashion Moments

With Covid still running rampant, our dreams of a thriving 2021 festival season seem to have hit an abrupt yet inevitable end. Festivals are being cancelled left, right and centre, and the bleakness of it all truly reached its peak last week when it was made public that Glastonbury has been cancelled this summer too, for its second year running. Glastonbury is not only Europe’s … Continue reading Top 10 Glastonbury Fashion Moments

Review: Cobra Kai – Season 3

First released on YouTube in 2018, Cobra Kai is a show I initially slept on. In fact, the debate surrounding the original Karate Kid is one that I was ignorant to before the premise of Cobra Kai brought me up to speed.  The first two seasons of the series brilliantly explored the moral ambiguity that the original 80’s film failed to. Providing an emotional complexity … Continue reading Review: Cobra Kai – Season 3