All posts tagged human

If Lonely Boy, Patrick Bateman, and Mark Zuckerberg did a Mamma Mia, they’d make Joe Goldberg.

You, is like any millennial drama, bookish soft boy meets damaged, but aspiring writer, girl next door. Boy then checks out girl’s artificial and for show social media, he likes […]

An Exclusive Review: The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat.

With comical musical numbers and bright set lights, The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat is a play that is difficult to forget. Set in the modern era, the drama […]

Personal Platform: London

This is a poem that I created for a modernism assignment. We were tasked with setting our alarm for a 12-hour period. Each time our alarm went off we had […]

Mayerling Review – Dark, Dangerous and Utterly Thrilling.

Warning *historical spoilers* will follow! The start of a new academic year for me also means the start of a new season at the Royal Opera House, and first up […]

Recovery, Relapse, come as hand-in-hand as peas and carrots

No, I am not about to discuss the 2010 and 2009 albums by Eminem. Demetria Devine Lovato, known to the world as Demi Lovato. At the age of 25, she has […]

Review of Ram Shergill’s ‘Exoskeleton’ exhibition @ the Oxo Tower

As my friend and I entered through the doors of the exhibition we were personally greeted by the genius behind, and father of, the exhibition himself: Mr Ram Shergill. With […]

Confessions of an Online Shopper

I scrolled, and I scrolled, and I scrolled. The clothing on the Asos app became nothing but blobs of colour that my interest had become immune to. I didn’t intend […]

WALALA X PLAY – hurry it is only open until the 24th of September 2017…

In need of last minute weekend plans? Well have I got something in mind for you! Only open until this Sunday, is artist Camille Walala’s: ‘WALALA X PLAY’ – an innovative […]

Ghost in the Shell Review – Deep Diving into Visual Splendour, Without So Much of the Depth

In terms of cinematic trends, one that breaks through consistently is that of the cyberpunk sci-fi aesthetic. From Blade Runner to The Fifth Element and even Tron: Legacy, it seems that audiences have somewhat of […]