All posts tagged cub magazine

Fancy a laugh? – Student Budget Friendly Comedy Clubs in London.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve reached that point in the term where the combination of looming final lectures, daunting essay deadlines and impending career prospects are engulfing me […]

FEMINISM AND SELF-IMMOLATION: PADMAVAAT, A BOLLYWOOD MOVIE YOU NEED TO WATCH

Taster of Plot: The love story of Padmavati and Ratan Singh begins when Padmavati accidentally wounds him while she is hunting in the forest. He is brought to Padmavati’s palace […]

Incarceration And Psychosis

‘I can hear the shouting before I’ve even cleared the gate. Disorganized obscenities and threats mix with stern warnings. There’s fear in everyone’s voice. A patient with mental illness, scared […]

Personal Platform: Late

This poem demonstrates something we’ve all been through more than a few times in our lives. Whether it’s work, school or anywhere else, when your alarm doesn’t go off, your […]

J’adior: Inside Christian Dior’s ‘Designer of Dreams’ exhibition

The Victoria and Albert Museum is currently the proud host of the Christian Dior ‘Designer of Dreams’ exhibition, celebrating the excellence of both Dior himself and the overwhelming success of […]

Exclusive Review of Under the Silver Lake

After Under the Silver Lake premiered to a divisive response, its wider release date has been pushed back twice, with both creating the narrative that: as a follow-up to acclaimed […]

Advice I Wish I Knew Before I Moved to Bogotá

Considering I’ve only been here for two months, this list is by no means exhausted. I’m always being put out of my comfort zone here and learning new things about […]

Exclusive Review of Captain Marvel

Every previous MCU entry has had one major element in common: a male lead. The final stand-alone movie before Avengers: Endgame, the finale of Phase 3, has ultimately subverted this […]

Exclusive Review of Cold Pursuit

10 years after Taken, Liam Neeson rarely does action anymore. You could argue that this was because his brand of action cinema grew stale and the films themselves were far […]