New in London – Aman Mojadidi: Remembering a Future

‘We call these fenced migrant camps “jungles”, as if they are all savages, when what they are doing is trying to escape savagery’. I wobbled, eyes stinging in an attempt to hold back tears. Though physcially I was sat down in a performance space at Imperial War Museum London, my mind was inside what IContinue reading “New in London – Aman Mojadidi: Remembering a Future”

Look out: Lumiere London

Newsflash: Lumiere London is back. And whether you know much about it or not, if you so much as stray into King’s Cross, Piccadilly, Southbank or Mayfair, you’re bound to trip into some lights fantastic. 2018’s Lumiere London is bigger, brighter and brasher (light up candy floss, anyone?) than previous years, and it remains oneContinue reading “Look out: Lumiere London”

Broken heart? Let London be the cure

‘Pity the selfishness of lovers: it is brief, a forlorn hope; it is impossible.’ – Elizabeth Bowen Break-ups are never fun, and in London they can be pretty lonely too. The holding-back-tears-in-the-office days are inevitable, but it doesn’t mean you have to be a hermit in your own city. If you’ve just had your heartContinue reading “Broken heart? Let London be the cure”