All posts tagged audience

Exclusive Interview with Jordy Kerwick on his Exhibition @ Delphian Gallery.

As Arts Editor, I had the privilege of interviewing Jordy Kerwick for CUB Magazine about his exhibition ‘Diary of an Introvert’ running at Delphian Gallery from the 7th until the 16th […]

Exclusive Review: Brooke Law @ Century Club, Soho.

When: 9/11/2018 Where: Century Club, Soho Who: Brooke Law On a gloomy evening on the 9th of November, people were waiting eagerly to see Brooke Law perform in Soho’s intimate […]

Exclusive Review: Oscar Jerome @ Village Underground

On 25th September, the unsuspecting streetwalkers of Shoreditch were blissfully unaware that below them Village Underground was hosting soul and jazz artist Oscar Jerome for his debut headline tour. The evening […]

Review of Hayden James @ STYX

The weather was not the only thing bringing the summer vibes on Thursday, Hayden James brought a real summer-holiday feel to his set including his own collection of beach balls […]

Rights and Sentiments- an Introduction.

170 years ago, the Declaration of Rights and Sentiments (originally published as simply the Declaration of Sentiments) was given at the Seneca Falls Convention in New York. The authors of […]

REVIEW: Fakear @ Koko Camden

Théo Le Vigoureux, aka Fakear, is a French musician, songwriter and producer who, after having established a fervent fan base in his native France, has gifted his globally-tuned dance music […]

Connection is Genderless and Mentally Ill People Can Love

As a member of the UniSex editorial team, I was invited to join Dr. Tony Ortega, the author of the newly published self-help book #IsHeHereYet, at the London Book Fair […]

REVIEW: Hookworms @ Electric Brixton

Energetic, succinct, and engaging – Hookworms’ live performance proves to keep 2018’s Microshift on dry land The past few years for Leeds-based five-piece Hookworms have been plagued by catastrophe. This […]

Buggy Baby: The lovechild of Harold Pinter and Stanley Kubrick that inverts and reveals all about human behaviour

Gallow humour, hedonistic horror, a homage to the traumas impacting refugees are not three elements you would traditionally mix together, but in Buggy Baby, these three distinct styles blend perfectly […]