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The 10th March was a date in many people’s diaries as the day one of their beloved TV shows comes to an end. The Vampire Diaries – starring Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley – came to an end after eight years of success on 10th March this year. Hayley Russell, fan of the […]
In the last few months a new cinema opened up in Sheffield called The Light meaning Sheffield now has six cinemas. The Light cinema opened up on 14th April on The Moor as part of the new redevelopment. But don’t we already have too many cinemas? The majority of Sheffield cinemas are based in […]
With books being quite expensive – from textbooks, fiction and non-fiction – it can be hard to find great books for great prices. The average paperback being £7.99 and hardback being £12.99, finding books cheaper elsewhere is always an advantage when wanting to build your collection. In the video above, Lauren Siddy, 17, […]
Nowadays a lot more books are being turned into films. However, does that deem the film better than the book? Rionaghac O’Mahony, a booktuber and film fan said: “I’m generally very anxious when I hear that a book I’ve read is being adapted, especially into a movie. There’s always a part of me that stops […]
Diversity has become increasingly apparent and the lack there is of it in both movies and books. Over the past few years #OscarsSoWhite has trended across social media and brought diversity in film and television into the spotlight in 2016. Many people have taken to Twitter to express their feelings on the matter. @chlyerleigh said: […]
Over the past few years mental health has become more apparent, especially among teenagers. Currently, it is estimated that 10% of young people have a diagnosable mental health issue. To help tackle the amount of teenagers with a mental illness, The Reading Agency in partnership with other organisations has created a book scheme called Reading […]