The Lido Ladies: In Conversation

Does anyone fancy a dip? Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Brits have had to become accustomed to stay-cations and making the most of the outdoor spaces their towns…

Remembering the Admiral Duncan Soho Pub Bombing

23 years on, it’s important not to forget the Admiral Duncan bombing Tucked away in the bustling Old Compton Street in Central London is a narrow, inconspicuous pub called the…

5 London Lidos to Enjoy This Summer

London Lidos: A few hidden gems Believe it or not, London is a great city for outdoor swimming and there are 17 lidos dotted around the city, So, take your…

Boris Johnson Survives Vote of No Confidence by the Skin of his Teeth

Boris Johnson isn’t in the clear just yet Yesterday evening, a group of Tory MP’s attempted to oust Boris Johnson from the position of Prime Minister. The rebels managed to…

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs: Review

“Out there we struggle to accept ourselves, but in here with people like us, we can accept each other,” The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs On now at Soho Theatre is…

Five Stars for Chronic Insanity!

This month, Chronic Insanity have brought their immersive gig theatre to Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre Chronic Insanity, a Nottingham based theatre company, led by Nat Henderson and Joe Strickland, always strives…

Queer Britain: The UK’s first LGBTQ+ museum opens its doors

Over the weekend, history was made with new LGBTQ+ museum It’s hard to believe that it’s taken until 2022 for Britain’s first LGBTQ+ museum to open. Nevertheless, after four years…

SCA 2.0 – Step into a Creative Career Without Hesitation 

Your creative career starts at SCA 2.0 The School of Communication 2.0 (SCA 2.0) was born out of a desire to seek out the best creative talent, nurture them, cajole…

From “Cruising” to Calm: A Queer History of the Hampstead Ponds

Hampstead ponds have a more exciting history than you might expect In amongst the chaos of city life lies a sleepy pocket of green called Hampstead Heath: in a little…

London’s Worst Tourist Attraction To Close For Good

London’s controversial artificial hill branded by one tourist as ‘the worst thing she had ever done’ is days away from being dismantled. The £6m Marble Arch Mound boasting grass, shrubs…