Academy Awards

The 90th Annual Academy Awards

On Sunday the 4th of March, film royalty graced the red carpet at the 90th annual Academy Awards. A night filled with film and fashion, this year’s Oscars came at a poignant time in Hollywood. With the black boycott turning to a crowd of rainbow embellished by Time’s Up badges, the women of Hollywood came together to make a political...

Pablo Picasso

EY Exhibition – Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy

From the 8th of March until the 9th of September 2018, Tate Modern are hosting a one of a kind Picasso exhibition. The first ever solo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern will bring visitors face to face with more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings, alongside family photographs and rare glimpses into Picasso’s personal life. The EY Exhibition will strip...


Movie Nights at the Natural History Museum

What could be better than watching your favourite science fiction movie, at night, in the Natural History Museum.. This March, the world famous museum, which has featured in many films, will be hosting a number of Star Trek and Star Wars movie nights in the iconic Hintze Hall, under the watchful eye of Hope the blue whale. On 2nd March,...

Best Burgers

Half Term Feast – Best Burger joints in London

Although it has come early this year, half term is here and there are no shortage of fun activities happening in and around the capital: sure to entertain and hopefully please. One sure crowd pleaser (for children of all ages, even adult ones) is a burger.  This originally humble and portable meal has been elevated to an art form, with...

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day 2018

It’s the most romantic time of the year, where shops are filled with flowers, chocolates and teddy bears in time for Valentine’s Day celebrations. There are multiple stories as to where the tradition of Valentine’s Day came from: the most popular is that of a third century priest, Valentine. After Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers,...

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year celebrations

With Chinese New Year just days away, 2018 marks the year of the dog. Chinese New Year is celebrated in an array of ways. Typically, an explosion of light and sound, involving bell ringing, lighting firecrackers and watching traditional lion dances. Years ago, children would be given red envelopes filled with ‘lucky money’ and positive wishes on New Year’s Day....