All posts tagged age

Head Above Water: A public art piece bringing mental health to the Thames.

Standing at nine metres tall, a new interactive and thought-provoking sculpture by Steuart Padwick, and supported by Time to Change, is captivating the landscape and the city of London. The design, […]

Exclusive Review of Blonde @ The Archspace

Having listened to Blonde’s new single ‘Me, Myself & I’, I knew that the duo had a great connection with the LGBT+ community, however once I had entered the Archspace […]

Shout Out To My Ex

Break ups are pretty crap. It involves all your friends and family incessantly saying, “there’s plenty of fish in the sea” and “I never liked them anyway.” Your everyday routine […]

Millennial 2.0? 

So as far as I know, I’m a Millennial. I come under the age bracket which ranges, roughly, from those born in mid-eighties, to just before the millennium and apparently, […]

Sexist adverts: has anything changed?

Hopefully the majority of us today would be appalled by vintage ads that are not so subtly sexist. With titles such as, “Gray hair cost her her job!” and “No […]

Logan Review – A Film That Sinks Its Claws Into You and Doesn’t Let Go

In 1999, Bryan Singer made a decision that didn’t settle well with fans: he cast an unknown, one Hugh Jackman, as the Wolverine a.k.a Logan in his adaptation of X-Men. […]

Moonlight Review – Barry Jenkins’ Elegiac Visual Poetry Shines Bright in this Masterpiece

As it’s Oscar season, there are plenty of high quality films being released weekly. From the uplifting La La Land, to the low-key yet devastatingly powerful Manchester by the Sea, […]

QLC

As my twenty-first birthday approaches, I feel as though it might be time for a QLC (quarter life crisis, to those not in with the Gen Y lingo).  I vividly […]