With the new found freedom and cocktail nights breaking the bank it’s time to find an alternative night out…enter Roxy. Roxy Ball Room, nicknamed “Roxy’s”, is the night out that every friend will enjoy. Whether […]
March Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia (March 30th) This is a story of immigration, detailing cigar factories from 19th century Cuba to present day detention centres in Miama. Jeanette, daughter to Cuban immigrant […]
Need a new perfume but on a tight budget? Look no further than these £1 perfumes…
Joel Rochester Channel: FictionalFates Bio: Joel identifies as a “bisexual Black British boy”. He is currently in his third year at university, studying English Literature and Creative Writing. He began his bookstagram and blog back […]
Looking for a new way to occupy yourself throughout lockdown? Anushka Searle breaks down the how The Guardian’s online book club works and how she found the experience.
Dash & Lily is an American Christmas-based rom-com Netflix show based in New York City. The show is based on the young adult book series by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan, with the first book […]
Is the new Nando’s vegan chicken worth it? Read this article to find out
During a time when all we want to do is travel, this show gives a beautiful glimpse of the romantic city- Paris! The show of course follows the character Emily, who is a marketing executive […]
Anushka Searle lists the unexpected essentials that you’ll NEED in your Uni bag!
Let’s be honest brunch is expensive, with most places charging £8 for some avocado on toast! But it doesn’t have to be. You can make an amazing budget friendly brunch at home, and the best […]
In celebration of Mother’s Day this Sunday, we decided that our mums deserved celebrating with more than just presents – in the form of songs too. ‘The Best Day’ – Taylor Swift This song really […]
Statistics show that 83% of chefs in the UK are male, according to data from the Office of National Statistics employment in 2018. Time then to cover three incredible chefs, who have managed to force their way into the small demographic of female chefs to show that women can be successful in a culinary world.