All posts tagged soul

Exclusive preview: Hospitality in the Park @ Finsbury Park.

With our next academic year looming just around the corner, what better way to keep summer going than by attending one final festival right before term begins? Less than an […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Q Live’ @ Quaglino’s.

Music is amazing. It has the power to forge connections between people through speaking to individuals’ shared feelings and experiences. Music is even better when it’s live. This is something […]

Review of ‘Bury Street Soul Sundays’ @ Quaglino’s

I regularly use CUB to promote the latest events happening at Quaglino’s and last Sunday I was lucky enough to dine at Quaglino’s myself as part of their ‘Bury Street […]

Sense of Space: art pop-up installation

When you think of central London, you probably think of people rushing about in crisp suits, the tall skyscrapers that form the concrete jungle that is the city, and public […]

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 […]

Jungle determined to take London and the World back. By storm.

It’s a calm Wednesday evening, nearly nothing seems to be happening in South London. Some 40-50 people stand scattered inside Electric Brixton – it’s 7 p.m. and the venue has […]

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 […]

What is the Human Soul? – The Dangers of Unsound Science [2/2]

In 1907, American physician Duncan MacDougall claimed to have weighed the human soul by placing dying people on a set of industrial measuring scales. He claimed that a half to […]

NEW ARTISTS TO WATCH IN 2017

2016 has been an odd year. Shoving Trump aside, 2016 was the year when David Bowie, John Berry, Prince, George Michael, Sharon Jones and Leonard Cohen all tragically passed away. […]