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Matt Carsten and Germein – Coffee House Sessions

Matt Carsten and Germein – Coffee House Sessions

Nerve returned this Tuesday for the Coffee House Sessions at Dylan’s to be spoilt by two amazing acts from a little further afield. Matt Carsten followed by sisters, Germein brought new levels of energy to our campus bar. Matt Carsten…
Amy Lawton – Coffee House Sessions

Amy Lawton – Coffee House Sessions

This year we welcome back Coffee House Sessions at our very own Dylan’s. These weekly gigs kicked off with Amy Lawton this Tuesday and Nerve was there to take it all in. Amy Lawton started off the session with a…
Isle of Wight Festival 2018 – The Verdict

Isle of Wight Festival 2018 – The Verdict

Isle of Wight Festival took place last weekend, and Nerve Editors Stephen Wright and Dan Davis were there to give you the comprehensive lowdown. Stephen Wright: Dan, let’s break down our thoughts of this year’s festival. For me, Kasabian and…
Is Be At One student friendly?

Is Be At One student friendly?

As my dissertation has been handed in and I have no stresses in the world other than finding enough pretty dresses to pack for my holiday, I thought I’d do the world a favour and test out the Be At…
Review – The Invitation (2016)

Review – The Invitation (2016)

As I sat in bed, my TV screen staring blankly at me, I flirted with the idea of whacking on a thriller. The Invitation volunteered itself to be that thriller. The Invitation is a psychological thriller set in the Hollywood…
Album Review: Don Broco – Technology

Album Review: Don Broco – Technology

Don Broco’s Third Album ‘Technology’ is an Evolution in Sound, with Charismatic 80’s Pop-Infected Rock Tracks, Heavy Riffs and a Pledge for Political Reform While some bands halt at a second album and struggle to find a niche, Don Broco …
Insidious: The Last Key Review

Insidious: The Last Key Review

Insidious returns, with its latest entry in the wearying supernatural series, after a much-anticipated wait. Paranormal investigator, Elise Rainier, rediscovers her past in a sequel that is more fighting than ever imagined… Dr.Elise Rainer is faced with the most haunting…
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

With the era of remakes in full swing, the latest edition to the big screen is the 90’s throwback, adventure fantasy: Jamanji. It stars the likes of of Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and even singer-songwriter, Nick…
Review: Wonder

Review: Wonder

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Wonder, directed by Stephen Chbosky, is a wonderfully endearing and uplifting story about a boy, Auggie Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), who was born with Treacher Collins syndrome and has had several surgeries…