All posts tagged Beautiful

REVIEW of ‘The Gradual Disappearance of Jane Ashland’ by Nicolai Houm

“A cleverly structured novel that explores the emotions of grief and loss.” After a tragic accident that changes American writer Jane Ashland’s life, she travels to Norway in search of […]

You Were Never Really Here Review – Lynne Ramsay’s Heady Psychological Thriller is a Heavy Hammer Blow to the Senses That Doesn’t Quite Strike at the Heart

Writer/director Lynne Ramsay is an underrated British talent to say the least. A devotedly challenging filmmaker, Ramsay has wowed with the dark drama of films such as We Need to […]

Lady Bird Review – Spread Your Wings, Because Greta Gerwig’s Generational Dramedy Will Make Your Spirit Soar

With her performances in Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg, Mistress America and Frances Ha, and having also co-written the latter two films, Greta Gerwig had already established herself as a talent to […]

Art as a beautiful mistake: An Interview with Niels Kiené (Salventius)

Arguably, art is just a series of forms and shapes working together to create an image. This can be said for a variety of practices from sculpture, to painting and […]

Kenza

If you are looking for somewhere that serves delicious food and showcases live entertainment, then you need look no further than: ‘Kenza’. Kenza serves authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, […]

CUB Writer’s favourite places.

And now for something a little different. This week, London asked some of CUB’s best team members for their favourite spots in London. Whether you are a flu-riddled fresher, or […]

Coppa Club

The newly refurbished ‘Coppa Club’ boasts of cabana-like seating areas which showcase some of London’s best views. Situated alongside the River Thames with London Bridge and The Shard in the […]

Life of a London Rooman

Among the streets of a city in which the average cost of rent is above £1,500 per month, where even the humble ‘Spoons is more extortionate than your local back […]

Victoria Park and East London’s Contradictions

Victoria Park is a potent symbol of East London’s many contradictions, straddling the fluid border between South Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Here you can see impossibly expensive townhouses, staring down […]