• The Mousetrap @ Theatre Royal

    Having heard rave reviews of The Mousetrap from my friends and peers, I was ecstatic to see the show for myself. Oddly, knowing extremely little about the longest running show in the world, I went into Agatha Christie’s most famous – though not her greatest – whodunit with high...
  • Impact Food Investigates: Junk Food Adverts and Childhood Obesity

    There is no doubt that in recent years, obesity has become a formidable issue within society. The word is persistently cropping up in news headlines, and with recent statistics showing that 40% of London’s children are overweight or obese, it is not hard to understand this statistic. It seems...
  • Let’s Talk About Loss: How Nottingham students are helping face grief

    Let’s Talk About Loss is a support organisation for young people who have experienced grief and loss, to try and overcome the barriers of talking about losing someone we love. Facing down these taboos sometimes requires a safe space, which is what Let’s Talk About Loss provides, and is...
  • What are the World’s Most Stylish Cities?

    Spoiler alert: Nottingham hasn’t made the cut. Paris, France View this post on Instagram A post shared by Noortje | Fashion & Beauty (@noortjeisabelle) Paris is a fashion mecca that hosts an annual fashion week encouraging people from all over the world to see outfits as eccentric as their...
  • Is Brexit tailored for the fashion industry?

    It is 2019 and February has been and gone in style. World Fashion Week kicked off in New York and took its pit-stop tour across European powerhouses Milan, Paris, and our own home turf, London. Year by year, the event drips with cash, fame, and impractical clothing, and is guaranteed to...
  • Top Fashion Bloggers to follow in 2019

    With eleven people joining social media every second, it is no wonder that people turn to platforms like Instagram when searching for fashion inspiration. Fashion blogs started emerging in the 2000s, but nowadays, with the never-ending increase in the accessibility of social media, self-proclaimed fashion gurus are able to...
  • TV Review: The Little Drummer Girl

    The six-part adaptation struggles somewhat to convey the intricacies of the tight plot, but more than makes up for it with gripping performances. “A tense and subtle thriller” The Little Drummer Girl, a recent BBC/AMC mini-series based on the 1983 John le Carré spy novel, is a tense and subtle...