Authors Posts by Callum Crumlish

Callum Crumlish



The Year of Comic Con: so good you’ve got to live it twice?

The season of Comic Conventions since September 2015 has been staggering, providing infinite entertainment and loads to write about. We decided to collect the best...

Too Far To Reach?

The Reach outruns the rumours that preceded it, reports Tom Hedley. But it has yet make inroads into its own constituency. Dropping just shy of...

Rooftop Film Club – See You Next Year

Callum Crumlish bids a fond adieu to one of the highlights of his summer. As the weather outside turns frightful, I can’t help feeling wistful...
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Nothing Comical About Nerdism

Seriously, London is set to become Nerd City this summer, according to Callum Crumlish. Nerd culture has become quite the money-making phenomenon in the past...
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Still Playing After All These Years

Callum Crumlish was posted to the Old Blue Last, one of the first live music venues in East London and now one of the...

St George’s Day On Bishposgate

Callum Crumlish observes the changeable atmosphere in Dirty Dick's. On Bishopsgate, opposite Liverpool Street Station, stands the English institution previously known as The Old Jerusalem,...

Worth Crossing Town For

Callum Crumlish is not likely to nix the NXI. Deep within the labyrinth of South-East London, across the hipster-filled plains of New Cross, lies a...
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Delicate, De-liteful, De-lovely

Listening to De Luna, you could have knocked Callum Crumlish down with a feather. As De Luna floated through their third song, 'Bones', a police...

Unobtrusive Yet Implacable

Callum Crumlish feels the build-up of support for Tweed & Hyenas. Most of the bands you find in post-millennial pubs are aiming for the catchiest...
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Elvis Is IN The Building

Callum Crumlish enjoys feeling close to the King. Across the hall from the Game of Thrones extravaganza, London's O2 Arena is also graced with an...
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Playing About With Prices

Callum Crumlish misses out on Bethnal Green’s best buy. There’s a new pop-up shop in Bethnal Green – PlayStation '94 is timed to celebrate the...
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The Return Of Pub Rock?

Callum Crumlish hopes that rock music’s Back-to-Basics is on its way back to East London. In the 1970s Pub Rock (live bands in dodgy pubs)...

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