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Exclusive: Manhattan-inspired cocktail menu at Madison, London

Two of the world’s most famous cities are set to collide at Madison, London this month as twelve new cocktails are being launched to celebrate the dizzying heights of Manhattan, […]

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Visit ‘Hope’ at the Natural History Museum

If you cannot afford to go to London’s Sea Life Aquarium, I would like to offer you an alternative venue to get your aquatic fix. For the foreseeable future you can not […]


Women’s History Month in London.

Women’s History Month is an annual event that celebrates the achievements of pioneering women in history and contemporary society. It occurs in the same month as International Women’s Day which […]

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Thoughts Final-Years have had about graduating

For those of us graduating this year, it is safe to say that we can be divided into three groups. Group A comprises of students who are ecstatic to graduate […]

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How Accessible is Frieze Art Fair?

Following our review of the Sculpture Garden in Regent’s Park, I went along to Frieze London’s Fair, an annual October event that punctuates the calendars of art collectors and enthusiasts […]

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London’s Soul: The South Bank

Today’s article is a stark contrast from the previous article for the London section of CUB. The entry titled: The Alchemist, posted a fortnight ago, recommended physical alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails London has […]

Perfume & The Forgotten Artists

Whilst attending Somerset House’s Perfume: A Sensory Journey through Contemporary Scent, I couldn’t tell if I was being treated to a sensory journey, or if I’d just paid nine quid […]

The British Museum presents: The American (Unobtainable?) Dream

The American nation, currently in a politically frenzied state not that dissimilar from our own, still unfortunately showcases yet also battles scenarios of racism, feminism, and many more “isms”. The […]

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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 […]