Noah Keate

The joy of outdoor theatre spaces

Noah Keate tells us of his excitement for the return of outdoor theatres, reminiscing on summers past with the Shakespeare Festival in Cambridge whilst looking ahead at the new outdoor theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon’s Swan Gardens.
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Posted May. 3, 2021

What are the consequences of light pollution?

The issue of light pollution is a topic that often received attention in science classes due to the damage it caused the environment on a regular basis. It is now normal for some form of light to always be present. It is not exclusive to the casinos of Las Vegas...
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Posted Apr. 16, 2021

My next travel plans

The world is slowly starting to open up which, hopefully, means that we will start to see more real-life travel once again. However, at the moment this is one huge question mark, with vaccine passports, foreign variants, and the general fear of coronavirus all complicating things a little. We asked our writers what they thought about being able to travel and where and when they planned to go first.
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Posted Apr. 12, 2021

The return of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

Like all theatres, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre has been closed since March last year. Noah Keate tells us of his excitement to get back to this theatre and see the new shows this summer, and reflects on the hardships of the last year for the arts industry.
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Posted Apr. 12, 2021

Can too much exercise be bad for us?

The importance of health and exercise is an issue that can never be understated. Particularly as so much of the last year has been spent inside sitting down, individuals have tried to make sure that exercise is not something neglected because of the pandemic. When gyms were briefly allowed to reopen between lockdowns,...
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Posted Apr. 11, 2021

A student’s guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh is one of my favourite places in the world. The capital of Scotland, it (for now) remains a treasured, intrinsic part of the UK and Scottish identity. The city is best known for the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe which takes place during the summer, although there is plenty to see outside that season. Indeed, both of the occasions I have visited this wonderful city have been when the festival isn’t on. My experience of Edinburgh has been just as enjoyable and, with fewer people about, perhaps even better.
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Posted Apr. 7, 2021