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Theatre Review: good dog // Tiata Fahodzi

From acclaimed actor and writer Arinzé Kene comes good dog, a short, filmed adaptation of Kene’s original full-length play. This twenty-minute digital piece gives us a fresh look into the life and struggles of a Black schoolboy (simply dubbed ‘Boy’) living in a multicultural, inner-city London community. This adaptation, supported by The Space, BBC and […]Read More

A new free cinema audio tour arrives at Leicester Square

Leicester Square has launched its first movie audio walking tour, a free outing available for the whole family. Coinciding with its Scenes in the Square statue trail which opened to the public in February, the audio tour highlights eight icons throughout a century of cinema. Presented by Sky Cinema’s Alex Zane, the audio tour features […]Read More

New Study Reveals The Smelliest Places In London

Pestering smells can be a reliable indicator of underlying safety issues and hazards, as well as a source of discomfort for inhabitants and passersby. In fact, the UK government considers them a “statutory nuisance”. Residents are even able to file claims to their councils for scents that can “substantially interfere with the use or enjoyment […]Read More

EP Review: Unappealing // Treehouse

Treehouse are a three-piece hailing from Slough, London and Southampton. The band consists of Max Whitby (guitar), Billy Young (drums/vocals), and Dominic James (bass/vocals). They’ll release their highly anticipated second EP Unappealing in July, following from their raw debut EP, Thanks For Everything / Thanks For Nothing. In contrast, Unappealing is bigger and more powerful. […]Read More

Theatre Review: Eugenius // West End

Eugenius first took the world by storm when it arrived at The Other Palace in 2018, which was followed by a stream of rave reviews and a huge cult following. I was gutted to miss its short stint on the West End, so when I saw that I had the opportunity to see this fun-filled […]Read More

Live Review: Kid Francescoli // Oslo, Hackney

Face of Kid Francescoli, Mathieu Hocine, meets me in a bar a short walk from Hackney’s ‘Oslo’. It’s a contrast from the glitz of the evening’s venue – somewhere familiar, cosy and a little boisterous. ‘Oslo’, on the other hand, is a railway-station-turned-restaurant that popped up a few years ago with tidy branding and a […]Read More

Theatre News: Lin-Manuel Miranda spills Hamilton film details

Lin-Manuel Miranda has provided Variety magazine with an update on the status of the Hamilton film, in a recent interview. With previous reports stating that Miranda’s pitch had caused a bidding war between a number of studios, including Netflix, he has now revealed that the film will be coming “sooner rather than later”. Variety have […]Read More

Trump’s State Visit: A Three Day Trump Extravaganza

It was impossible to not see Donald Trump making his second state visit to the UK. Trust me, I tried. But he was everywhere. His orange face was all over the place: newspapers I walked past, the 24/7 news channel that plays in the office, every social media platform, and I even had the pleasure […]Read More