Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

‘Read it. Enjoy It’

The third National Shakespeare week has just concluded and as April begins it hath put the spirit of youth into Spring. Organised by The Shakespeare...

Breath Of The Wild Is A Breath Of Fresh Air

After the game's first announcement, I was obsessive in avoiding any spoilers about Zelda: Breath of the Wild; and now I'm glad I was. I knew...

Ask Alessandro: Advice For The Unplugged

“Dear Alessandro, I’m fed up with Guitar Hero and Rockband and I'm looking for a videogame with a music-themed narrative. What can you recommend...
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The Listener: Not Cramped For Style

With Blondie heading into London town again, a septuagenerian Debbie Harry is back on screen, and there is always someone going on about late-seventies...

Videogames: answers to all the questions you were too afraid to ask

Do you want to get into videogames but you are not sure how? Are you intimidated by almost 50 years of videogame history which...
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Pure Pleasure

Pure London is an event which showcases upcoming designs and trends for people in the high-end fashion business, although it's still a nice day...

NOW Gallery’s Flourishing New Exhibit

With an installation of ten thousand flowers, the springy vibe is flourishing at NOW Gallery, and as a massive flower child, I had to...

Kach It Project In East London

Celebrity fashion stylist Kanayo Ebi teamed up with Pop Up Africa, creator of ‘Africa at Spitalfields’, to launch The Kach It Project in Stratford this weekend. On...

Wait Before You Switch

The Nintendo Switch was released to worldwide acclaim for its unique technology. It’s a vital development for Nintendo and, so far, a vastly different...

Psyched Out

It’s becoming a recurring theme in the high octane world of psych, to release just about anything and everything a speed-driven psyche can conjure...
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SadFest: Not Just A Sob Story

Earlier this month Genesis Cinema in Mile End hosted Sadfest, the world's first festival dedicated to sadness and how to express it. SadFest kicked off...

My East London

East London has been my home since birth and I finally took the time to take a look at what my home really is....

Logan’s Last Run

Logan’s visceral, raw and emotional story had me leaving the cinema both thoroughly satisfied and in a pleasantly melancholic mood. After so many years...

The Crying Game

This weekend will possibly be the saddest in London - ever. That’s because London SadFest will be taking over the Genesis Cinema.  If you...

From Whitechapel To Dhaka: Bengali Language Day

Bengali Language Movement Day occurred on 21 February, as part of UNESCO- sponsored Mother Tongue Day. The Indian Express describes International Mother Language Day as a...

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