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"It's unreal...the farshun, the soundtrack, the sexi bois. A must watch!"

Tashi, a tennis pro turned coach, turns her hubby from zero to hero on the court. But to snap him out of a slump, she throws him into a challenger event, basically the pro tennis basement. Things get tense when he faces his old buddy Patrick, now a has-been and Tashi's ex. It's game on for love, rivalry, and a shot at redemption!

For Black Boys

For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy is a 2021 play by Ryan Calais Cameron, inspired by Ntozake Shange's For Coloured Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf.

Empire of pain

"empire of pain is at the same time an absorbing page turner and a horrifying insight into the reality that millions have faced in the US over the past decade."

Empire of Pain tells the shocking, gripping and horrifying story of three generations of the Sackler family and their role in the Valium, Oxycontin and continued opiod epidemic in the US. The book dives into the pattern of their aggressive pharmaceutical marketing tactics, the extent of the lies they told and the lengths at which they went to cover up the impact of their product.

baby reindeer


'Baby Reindeer' is like a rollercoaster ride through Richard Gadd's life, where the tracks are made of awkward encounters and unexpected twists. Get ready to laugh, cringe, and maybe even rethink your definition of a wild night out. It's comedy with a side of "Did that really happen?!"

Dune: Part Two, Denis Villeneuve

‘Costume is elite, cinematography is elite, Timothee is flawless and somehow Zendaya is even better.’

Paul Atreides unites with Chani and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the universe, he must prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.

Tokyo Express, Seichō Matsumoto

‘A fun and easy read, perfect for getting back into books.’

Set in Japan in the 1950s, it is a fiendishly plotted crime novel that is both thrilling and cosy. While two detectives unravel a unique crime, we’re immersed in Japanese society: its conventions, its food, its awe-inspiring landscapes.

Two Star & The Dream Police, Mk.Gee

On repeat at Peachy HQ

Mike Gordon’s debut album warps ’80s pop, rock, and R&B with idiosyncratic production, yielding strange, murky songs full of anxiety and longing.

Cafe OTO

‘Good spot to work, has great food, nice staff, and at night holds great events and gigs.’

Performance venue for creative new music, with programme details, cafe and community projects

The Face Podcast

The Face Podcast is your weekly cultural digest – rounding up the stories that you should care about in fashion, film and music.

Bellies, Nicola Dinan

Through a spiral of unforeseen crises - some personal, some professional, some life-altering - Tom and Ming are forced to confront the vastly different shapes their lives have taken since graduating, and each must answer the essential question: is it worth losing a part of yourself to become who you are?