All posts tagged exciting

How to Celebrate the Festive Period in Style this Winter

If, like me, you have only just emerged back into the world of reality after hibernating for months frantically completing assessment after assessment and meeting deadline after deadline, you are […]

Exclusive Preview: Will Young @ Quaglino’s.

My mum could hardly contain herself when I told her what I was writing about this week, or should I say ‘who’ I was writing about this week. Growing up, […]

Jurrasic World: Fallen Kindom – A Floundering Franchise?

The Jurassic Park franchise has been on a rough journey ever since the first film. Steven Spielberg’s original was a classic, ground-breaking film, but his follow-up The Lost World was […]

Preview: Ravensbourne Degree Show 2018

One of the most appealing things about creative talent is its diversity and constant change. Young incoming artists especially hold awe-inspiring potential, as they become ready to introduce their innovative […]

New ‘History of Cocktails Menu’ @ 100 Wardour St

Ever wanted to time travel? Well with the new cocktail range launching at the lounge at 100 Wardour St, you can do just that. An exclusive menu has been designed […]

Easter Weekend in London

In need of plans this Easter Weekend? Well have I got some exciting news for you! D&D London have the perfect line-up of gastronomical delights and live music at Avenue […]

HIPCHIPS: Soho’s first crisp & dip concert

Monday evenings have just got exciting thanks to the new and exclusive student deals offered by ‘HIPCHIPS’- Soho’s first crisp and dip concert! As the name suggests, not only is […]

Free Fire Review – Reload Your Energy Levels, Ben Wheatley’s New Film is a Shotgun Blast of Fun

In cinema, there is often a reliance on intricate plot developments, with intrigue aroused by whodunits and convoluted thrillers dependent on a gimmick or MacGuffin that keeps interest at peak level for […]

On London and Dreams…

This is a slight deviation from our usual reviews and historical articles about the city, but as the semester is drawing to a close (are you panicking? I’m not panicking…) […]