Harry Styles: Love On Tour

By Caitlin Gallagher – Rattan Bright neon lights and bursts of fireworks, screaming teenagers with pink cowboy hats, a stadium littered with shedding feather boas; the Harry Styles concert titled ‘Love On Tour’ has curated a unique and colourful image that has attracted over hundreds of thousands of fans all rushing to their nearest stadium […]

Eurovision 2023: Sweden Takes the Crown, Finland a Close Second

By Sophie Robinson The 67th Eurovision song contest took place on Saturday 13th May in Liverpool, UK, on behalf of Ukraine. The Kalush Orchestra won the contest in 2022, but they were unable to host the contest due to the ongoing war in Ukraine. Therefore, the UK – which came runner up – hosted on […]

‘War of the Worlds’ Immersive Experience

Why should you go to experience the ‘War of the Worlds’ immersive experience in Piccadilly circus? By Eve Ward This ‘War of the Worlds’ experience is special for an abundance of different reasons, including the incredible actors who really make it surreal for the participant(s), the amazing set, which was realistic to what the book […]

Year 10 see ‘An Inspector Calls’ at Richmond Theatre

By Milly Saber On Wednesday 26th April, students from Year 10 were fortunate enough to go on a school trip to Richmond Theatre, to see ‘An Inspector Calls’. There were many other schools there, and the atmosphere was buzzing. The story of the play, set in 1912, followed the Birling family, with each member being […]

Celebrating the Rise of Irish Literature and Art

By Iris Campbell Ireland’s history runs deep within its culture, reflected in its art: moving stories of war and the troubles overrun its industry. Recently, Irish film and literature has travelled past its own gates and into the mainstream. This year, Irish actors, film-makers and all those behind the scenes have received a total of […]

‘Sister Act’ at Woking Theatre

By Eve Ward Last week on the 27th of February, I went to see the production of ‘Sister Act’ performed in the New Victoria Theatre in Woking. As you know, Sister Act is the performance that the school is currently working on, so for me, it was interesting to discover what was similar and what […]

Vincent Van Gogh Exhibition

By Evie Ward It is an amazing experience to visit the Vincent Van Gogh exhibition and is something that is easily accessible from where we live in West London. It is an outing that would be enjoyable to go on with your family or even with your friends if that is the sort of thing […]

Taylor Swift nicknamed ‘The Music Industry’

By Caitlin Gallagher Rattan 11-time grammy winner and 40-time AMAs winner, Taylor Swift is one of the greatest singers and songwriters ever seen, so highly praised she has even been nicknamed ‘The Music Industry’. After starting her career in the country genre with her debut album Taylor Swift in 2006 and her lead single Tim […]