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Lit- Up London

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At Christmas, London is one of the beautiful places you can look around. To celebrate, we at CUB have decided to just display an array of some of the loveliest Christmas […]

The (Neat and Orderly) Ramblings of an Obsessive Compulsive: Rocking Around the Christmas Tree

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I’m no Scrooge, I absolutely love Christmas. But I HATE decorating the Christmas tree. Always have done. This is because I have the disadvantage of being the younger sister, therefore […]

Review: Julian Casablancas + The Voidz @ The Coronet Theatre, London – 07/12/14

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“Alright! Shall we commence?” croons Julian Casablancas to hordes of adoring fans at The Coronet Theatre in London. Once the leather-adorned prince of the Lower East Side indie scene, Casablancas […]

‘Just Banter': The Turner Prize at Tate Britain

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I went to the Turner Prize exhibition at the Tate Britain the day before the winner was announced. The exhibition showcases work from the four shortlisted artists for the prize: […]

A Merry, Modern Christmas!

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Once the grotesque carved pumpkins rot into the ground and the last bonfires are extinguished in a blizzard of rain, darkness and misery, Britain goes slightly mad. People heat wine […]

Richrd Tuttle at the Whitechapel Gallery

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This season the Whitechapel Gallery presents the largest collection Richard Tuttle’s work ever shown in the UK in the new exhibition ‘I Don’t Know. The Weave of Textile Language’. The […]

JOHN at the National Theatre

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JOHN is at its most human when it is at its most unnatural. Despite an incoherent plot, which undoubtedly numbed much of the impact of portraying John’s painful life, the […]

What’s Happened to the Melting Pot?

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As a Chinese American, other race relations were never really on my radar; I was preoccupied with being the daily recipient of rude questions about ancestral origins and catcalls in […]

The Wild Duck at the Barbican

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The Australian theatre company Belvoir Sydney took to the stage at the Barbican centre to present their ‘radical adaptation’ of the classic Ibsen play The Wild Duck; part of the […]