The BBC is home to some of the best drama on television right now, but as they prepare for one of their biggest seasons yet have a look at our … Continue Reading Time to ditch Netflix? These dramas are television GOLD
Scandinavian pop-stars have been ruling the charts for decades now. Throughout time, there have been numerous Scandi superstars arriving on the music scene, from disco queens ABBA to female-led rock … Continue Reading The Scandi women musicians you *need* to listen to
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The 62nd Ivor Novello awards, honouring some of the best and brightest in British music, finally brought some much needed diversity to proceedings, particularly a well-deserved and long-awaited win for … Continue Reading Did the Ivor Novellos just become the most diverse music awards?
The 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival has once again set up camp on the Croisette this week. With enough stars to outshine a constellation descending on the French … Continue Reading The women directors who are bossing Cannes Film Festival 2017
In a world where Disney’s live action films are reeling us in to re-watch our beloved childhood movies, it seems appropriate to question whether these classic tales could benefit from … Continue Reading The reign of the passive princess is over
From V Fest in the heart of Essex to Secret Garden Party in the countryside; Justin Bieber to PJ Harvey, glitter and fancy dress to mud baths, there is no … Continue Reading The festivals you *need* in your summer plans
Thanks to streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon, TV shows can be viewed in bulk from the comfort of just about anywhere in the world. Some of us might have … Continue Reading The 6 stages of binge-watching a series
Calling all art lovers! If you’re feeling in the need of some inspiration we here at Debut have rounded up a list of the best places to see Pop Art in the … Continue Reading Discover the UK’s pop art scene
Like most Netflix account holders, my past week was taken over by Clay and those addictive tapes. Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, you must know I’m talking … Continue Reading Is ’13 Reasons Why’ successful In portraying teen suicide?
When any new Netflix series comes along, social media goes into a frenzy of opinions, memes and good old fashioned reviews. And it was no different when 13 Reasons Why … Continue Reading ‘How 13 Reasons Why changed my life’
Ask me what I’d be doing a year ago at dinner time and I could safely reply that I’d be chewing over whatever drama was going off in the Vegan … Continue Reading Everything you need to know about the rise and fall of ‘Vegan YouTube’
Wondering what book to pick up next? How about a modern classic about a woman struggling to survive and thrive in a oppressive society that polices her body, sexuality and … Continue Reading 3 reasons why The Handmaid’s Tale should be next on your reading list
Actress, United Nations ambassador, feminist activist and actual real life superhero (we think) Emma Watson is well known for using her celebrity as a platform for protest and for inspiring … Continue Reading Is Emma Watson our new sustainable superhero?
If you follow film news, you will probably have heard the hype for what promises to be one of the most fun filled offerings at the cinema this summer, Baby … Continue Reading 10 of the most innovative music videos (ever)