All posts tagged wealth

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 at Threadneedle Bar

Who run the world? Girls. (yes I did just start my article by quoting Beyoncé!) In recognition of this, and to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on […]

$450million: something to hang above your mantelpiece?

Between Trump’s tweet-storm, including his claim of being a “very stable genius”, the actual bombshell-storm that hit the American East Coast and uprisings in Iran, the fact that Saudi prince […]

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 […]

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 […]

Christmas Theatre Picks

Christmas always makes me think of the theatre. A family outing to see the local pantomime or younger siblings’ school nativity is usually on the cards. But what about London? […]

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 […]

Zoe Yibowei: Art in Conversation

A friend, an artist and an inventive soul: Zoe Yibowei is a London-based creative whom I have known for many years, and whilst observing the development of her art, it […]

The Photographer’s Gallery Presents: Made You Look: Dandyism and Black Masculinity

In exploring the wealth of identity, the black dandyism exhibition at The Photographer’s Gallery serves to subvert the generalisations centred on black masculinity. Poignantly, the power lies within the subjects’ […]