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Inkpot: The Doctor

This piece was inspired by Lydia Davis’ Can’t and Won’t, which contains the shortest stories I have ever seen. Her stories are simple, fabulous and incredibly imaginative. I submitted this […]

A Look into 2019’s Books.

There is nothing better than pre-ordering a book, forgetting about said book, then having it arrive on your doorstep seemingly by magic. Here are some of my personal favourites of 2019 […]

Food Standards Agency Allergen Food Safety Campaign.

Food is vital for our survival. It is recommended that we consume three solid and nutritional meals a day. However, this can be easier said than done for people who […]

Piano Day at the Barbican

As part of the worldwide Piano Day Festival founded by pianist and composer Nils Frahm, the global, annual festival ‘Piano Day’ will be held for the fourth year at the […]

Fancy being locked in a room for an hour? Try an Escape Room!

Fancy being locked in a room for an hour? Escape rooms have been all the rage lately, what with them being showcased on popular television shows such as the Big […]

Happy End Review – Michael Haneke’s Latest is a Lesser Work, a Bourgeois Fever Dream and a Cinematic Slip-Up in an Otherwise Faultless Filmography

Funny Games. The White Ribbon. Amour. Hidden. All fantastic films that attest to Austrian director Michael Haneke’s untethered, unusual yet unique brilliance. With these in mind, I was eagerly anticipating […]

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 […]

Five East End Eats for a Fiver.

Two of my favourite things are food and saving money. As a stingy northern student, the latter is of greater importance to me. I assume that as you are reading […]