Rose Evelyn started her life in performing at the age of 5 when she started dancing. She then moved to LA where she switched to an online education to facilitate her professional dancing career. Yet by the age of 17, … Continue reading Next Steps: an Interview with Rose Evelyn
As with many students here at Richmond, there may be days when you are exploring London and taking in what this city has to offer when suddenly, a flashy set of four wheels passes by. Or maybe you’ll find a … Continue reading Power, Speed, and Money: The Supercar Culture of London
The Wembley Arena, usually full of rockers, hillbillies or teenage sweat, is for once chilly and most people are sober. But after 50 years since NME Pollwinners’ Party, playing beside the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, the legendary The Who … Continue reading The Who at Wembley Arena
Looking for some last minute festivities in London before heading back home for the holidays? One popular option for many has been to the Southbank Christmas market. It is an open market featuring a wide array of small shops (or … Continue reading Southbank Christmas Market
On the 8th of October, the largest public consultation on the BBC in history will come to a close, following the four month time period that the questionnaire was made available online. Launched as a corporation approximately 100 years ago, … Continue reading BBC Cuts?
The word on the street is that Selfridges department store, located in the heart of London’s Oxford Circus, will be dedicating three of its four floors to a gender-neutral shopping space called Agender. Grace Jones, eat your heart out. The … Continue reading Selfridges set to suit everyone’s Agender