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Directed by J.J. Abrams starring, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Issac, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, Andy Serkis and...

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When Science Fiction and Science Fact meet, it’s a beautiful thing. But the one big, beautiful, surreal piece of Sci-Fi fantasy that’s always intrigued...

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You could say that you were the one to wake me: The one who helped me fall in love with the sunrise and the one who...

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It is part and parcel of our winter culture that Christmas is a beacon of hope in an otherwise bleak and barren environment. Long...

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Date - December 11th, 12th and 13th December Location - Westminster Theatre, Chancellor’s Building Time - Doors Open - 5.30PM         Start - 6PM Keele Drama Society’s annual One Acts Festival is back for another showcase of acting, writing and directing talent. All of the plays will be student written and produced. All of the proceeds from the festival will be going to the charity Pancreatic Cancer UK. The atmospheric Westminster Theatre, Chancellor’s Building will play host to the nights’ entertainments. With no set ticket price; students, staff and visitors can make a donation to the charity in exchange for entrance.   The five featured one act plays will be: A Typical Family Gathering. Comedy. Written by Jack Tacchi. Directed by Jack Tacchi and Lawrence Camm. Denial. Drama. Written by Ryan Hutton. Directed by Ryan Hutton and Olivia Davies. Somewhere off the M6. Black Comedy/Dramedy. Written by Huw Brentnall. Directed by Huw Brentnall and Ryan Hutton. Perception. Drama. Written by Nicky Morley. Directed by Nicky Morley and Emily Farrow. Island. Comedy. Written by James Watson. Directed by Rory Smith and Lawrence Camm.   The featured plays will be ably supported by smaller pieces produced by other societies at Keele. You will find a lot to enjoy from this varied, vibrant festival. For a great night of live theatre and the opportunity to support a great cause, get down to the One Acts Festival 2015. For more information on Pancreatic Cancer UK, visit www.pancreaticcancer.org.uk.        

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We're the Uni Boob Team and we're here to talk BOOBS! This year DJ and CoppaFeel! Patron Greg James wants you to help us on...

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Whether or not you like Shia LaBeouf, one cannot deny he is a fascinating character. Whether he is mad, a genius or quite possibly...

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Gone are the days of coalition and the prospect of Ed Miliband as Prime Minister. Perhaps Ed should have gone down the route of...

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There’s just so much terrible stuff in the world these days. Every time you turn on the T.V, consult your Facebook feed or open...

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If you're anything like me (and I hope you aren't), you probably get pretty bored around Christmas. You have barely any money to spend...

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  This review has been a long time coming, but at least it isn’t quite as long as Silent Hill fans will wait for that...

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On 26th November, a rather magical and amusing post appeared on the Keele Freshers’ Page on Facebook. A student had found some old letter,...