By Indigo Lilburn-Quick, BA History and Politics As I entered the Oxford Arms, a charming and quintessentially English pub in the heart of Camden, I had little clue what to expect. Walking through the buzzing crowd of other students, I picked up my tickets to The Kate Moss Experience at Etcetera Theatre, the newest play […]
Amina Ali, BA English and Arabic 1. House of Morocco, 82 Caledonian Rd, N1 9DN Moroccan owned, this café is a lovely place for breakfast, brunch or lunch – you could even study there! The comfortable, vibrant Moroccan-style sofas and pillows are a great space to unwind, read a book, write an essay or grab […]
Sara Khan, MA South Asian Area Studies A set of 5 audio dramas by the theatre group Tamasha tries to change your perspective through some painful storytelling. The lights turned down. The audience stopped talking. We all got ready to hear an audio drama that might change our view of history. That was the reasoning […]
By Amina Ali, BA English and Arabic In honour of black history month, Najwa Urman created ‘Blklisteningparty’. The monthly event is hosted at Peckham Levels, with each one focussing on a different black artist. At a listening party, the audience collectively listens to one artist or album followed by open discussions and commentary. Last month […]
By Indigo Lilburn-Quick, BA History and Politics The sprawling labyrinth of Somerset House set the scene for the confusing and piecemeal show: the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair. Spread over several floors and across the East, West and South wings of the imposing 18th-century gallery, the exhibition was certainly vast. The work of more than […]
From the over-saturated and over-decade long reign of the superhero genre emerges: ‘Joker’.