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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

This review comes after having seen Cameron Mackintosh’s reworked revival of the classic musical: ‘Half a Sixpence’ for the second time, five months after having seen it the first time […]

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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. […]

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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, […]

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Questioning Beauty Standards: The Politics of Afro Hair

The culture of beauty standards within the black community are heavily charged, and therefore require a nuanced approach when looking within the cultural dynamics. Recently, I have noticed a positive […]