All posts tagged mother

Review of Jonas Blue @ Tape, London.

Date of exclusive album review: 11/10/2018 Making my way down the stairs of ‘Tape Club’ in Mayfair was an unusual experience in the sobering light of day, nonetheless, there was […]

Review of ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

Modern Life is Rubbish (showing in UK cinemas as of now) is the debut film of director Daniel Jermone Gill. It is an Indie, gritty romcom which gives an honest […]

2018 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition @ Somerset House

London has long been viewed as a cultural hub, a diverse community representing a plethora of people from all different corners of the world. I am not even being biased […]

Mother’s Day with D&D London

D&D London has gone the extra mile to ensure you can treat your Mum to a Mother’s Day that she will never forget. I am sure you will agree that […]

mother! Review – A Biblical Bludgeoning of Artistic Allegory that’ll leave you Speechless

Darren Aronofsky is a singular visionary in the pantheon of technically and narratively recalcitrant filmmaking. And his newest think-piece, mother!, might be his most daring and controversial work yet: seeing as […]

LOYLE CARNER: YESTERDAY’S GONE REVIEW

★★★★ The South London rapper’s accomplished debut album showcases his laid-back style and focus on family. Two years after the release of his EP A Little Late, Loyle Carner provides […]

Year Abroad. Part 10: Home time

So here marks the end of my first semester, and it makes sense to end it as I began: hot, tired and uncomfortable. I’m sitting on a Ryanair flight to […]

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Spoiler-Free Review) – A Magically Original Trip Back to a Beloved World.

You are dripping with sweat, lying in bed, and although these people are nice they ain’t half weird; floating plates; levitating food; this blonde beauty that is inside your head; […]

Citizen Trump

I woke up on Wednesday, like most of the Western world, with a dizzying sense of horror. Donald Trump was President-elect. The liberal worst nightmare, manifested as an orange reality […]