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The Revolution Has Been Gentrified

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There have been worse times to walk hungry through East London. If you roam through its lanes, where graffiti and Victorian brickwork meet plate glass and open yards, there will […]

The (Neat and Orderly) Ramblings of an Obsessive Compulsive: Just Say Yes

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Throughout my life so far, I have often held myself back from doing new and interesting things. Whenever I was offered such opportunities my head would automatically come up with […]

Looking After Your Downstairs

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I’m going to talk to you about something that plagues most of us ladies at least once in our lifetimes: thrush. Not the nicest of topics, but after a friend […]

Movies as seen by medical students: Lucy review

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Luc Besson’s movie Lucy was released in July 2014, however I, being a medical student truthful to the stereotype of never having time, only managed to see it during Christmas […]

Glitz and Glamour: Our favourite National Television Awards looks

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 Away from the realms of writing essays, going to lectures and attending student nights, there is nothing more relaxing then sitting down with a box of chocolates and a cuppa […]

Legend

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This review may contain spoilers. Legend is an upcoming mobster film that is a dynamic and gripping tale of the Kray brothers, twin gangsters who dominated London’s East End in the sixties. Reggie Kray is […]

Sia and Shia- A Dance Dilemma

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At what point does art stop being just art, and start becoming accountable for issues outside of itself? Specifically, at what point does a contemporary dance duet become representative of […]

Thérèse Raquin at The Courtyard Theatre: Hypocrisy, Desperation and Lust in 19th-Century Paris

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Sarah Chapleo’s adaptation of Émile Zola’s French classic, set in the not-so-fairytale streets of 19th-century Paris, introduces a rare accessibility to the piece and is more relevant today than we […]

Sugar rush in Shoreditch – The Cereal Killer Café

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Cereal Killer Cafe may be the new kid on Brick Lane, but tucked away in the midst of quaint cafés, it is hardly lacking in popularity. Ever since it opened […]