An Example cum Katy B sound with beats begging to played on the dancefloor we’re loving OH MY!’s new song Kicking & Screaming, give it a listen below and let us know what you think.
We review Evita at the Leeds Grand Theatre – a glimpse of the power hungry machinations of a poor girl who would become the ‘spiritual leader’ of the Argentinian Nation.
Our review of sensational summer comedy Bridesmaids.
Both Thor and X-Men: First Class have already had their shots and they have generally received positive reviews (and I would recommend watching both of them). Now it’s the turn of DC’s Green Lantern to light up the screen in an emerald glow.
The last few years have seen swathes of comic book film adaptations and with Thor & X Men First Class having enjoyed huge box office success this year it seems appetite isn’t going to wane any time soon.
Maybe it’s the marvelous powers and abilities or the fantastical stories that draw people in but here at TQS we can’t help but feel the lycra-clad hunks might also have something to do with it.
Last week the BBC received over 100 complaints about a gay kiss on the popular TV show Holby City not long after they were presented with 125 complaints about a scene on Eastenders which showed two gay characters lying in bed together but do these complaints signal a larger problem for the LGBT community?
Part of the West Yorkshire Playhouse’s Transform season, 6 Degrees Below The Horizon is billed as a macabre and playful tale involving sailors, pimps, barflies, chorus girls and nightclub singers, we review this innovative blend of theatre & cinema.
As Green Lantern soars into cinemas this weekend some of you may be wondering who the hell he is. Here at TQS we thought we’d give you an introduction to the character, his powers & mythology and go on to explore his comic book past.
Never heard of Threadless.com? Neither had we until a few weeks back but thankfully we stumbled upon them and thought we’d introduce the brilliant concept as well as a selection of our favourite cool men’s T-shirts from the site.
A pop culture phenomenon and worldwide sensation, The Spice Girls now even have their own exhibition at the Leeds City Museum. Running 28th January – 3 July there’s a only a few weeks left to go and visit Spiceworld The Exhibition, we heartily recommend a trip to this alternative collection for a slice of pop culture nostalgia and an insight into the still biggest selling female group of all time.