The Barnet Museum

I have been living in High Barnet for a few years now and although it is a small place at the very edge of North London it is indeed a beautiful place full of life and culture. However, I had never known the full history of it and after discovering the Barnet Museum the way... Continue Reading →

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The Enlightenment Room

British Museum 20.03.2018 As a Londoner, I have visited the British Museum many times. And can you really say you are a Londoner if this iconic location is not the first stop on your ‘Tour of London’ for visiting friends and family? The British Museum is the most famous, most visited museums in London, and... Continue Reading →

The London Mithraeum

Bloomber Space 25.02.2018 If I had to sum up my experience of the London Mithraeum exhibition in three words I would say: Unexpected. Fascinating. Spectacular. Fortunately, I do not have to, so I can fully explain why I chose those three words. Firstly, though, some background is needed. The exhibition took place at Bloomberg Space,... Continue Reading →

OVO

    Cirque du Soleil – Royal Albert Hall 19:30; 17.01.2018 You might have heard of Ovo from all the posters at the tube, on the buses, in magazines and newspapers. Well, I have seen the show at Royal Albert Hall and I am giving you my honest opinion when I say that it was... Continue Reading →

Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

Courtauld Gallery 30.01.2018  As a student in London I have had the chance to visit many Art museums and galleries. One of the most impressive experiences for me has been The Courtauld Gallery. I have passed this building many times on my way to university and visiting it has been on my bucket list for... Continue Reading →

KISS London 2017

​​So we went to KISS... Definitely one of the best concerts I have ever been to. 1st Everyone knows who they are and I can't imagine that someone in their right mind would not want to see them perform live. I mean, they have a strong reputation of being absolutely insane on stage. 2nd They... Continue Reading →

Looking at Rastafari 

This week, for one of my modules, we looked at 'The Harder They Come', a famous Jamaican film in the context of how film and music can have similar effects as written literature. Why this is important is because it made me realise that there is a lot we do not know about Jamaica and... Continue Reading →

On a brighter note… Nokia

So... The old Nokia's are making a return. Why?  Is it just me or does it scream "Hypster!" so loud that it's making you deaf? I have read the BBC article and all I want is to call it bullshit. 'A nostalgic memory that people want back', 'a loved item'... no, this brick has had... Continue Reading →

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