Arts and Reviews

The 5 Most Controversial YouTubers of 2018

14th December 2018 Alex Jee 0

5. Nicole Arbour After releasing controversial videos aimed at fat people, saying she was “sick of people mad at slavery”, and being chased by rumours of abusing her ex-boyfriend, Nicole was very quiet on YouTube […]

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The ghost of Christmas past

14th December 2018 Adam Sonin 0

From academic to actor he turned a hobby into a profession. He starred in the first Ealing comedy, Hue And Cry (1947), appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller Stage Fright (1950), and the film version of […]

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Hayden Kays: talking art and words

14th December 2018 Adam Sonin 0

His work hangs alongside Banksy and Sir Peter Blake on the walls of The Groucho Club as part of their permanent collection. And his first book, ‘Hayden Kays is an Artist’ was published and launched at […]

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Top Ten Londoners who deserve a plaque

13th December 2018 Adam Sonin 0

Throughout history London has attracted many talented individuals. Across the capital over a thousand memorial tablets adorn buildings honouring the notable men and women who have lived or worked in them. From Vincent Van Gough and Wolfgang […]

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A flag bearer for the Surrealists

13th December 2018 Adam Sonin 0

Inspired by his adventures in Paris he introduced the Surrealist movement to Britain via the hillside heights of his Hampstead home and headquarters, which now bears a Blue Plaque. Immediately after moving to 21 Downshire […]

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Do works of art need gender equality?

13th December 2018 Beth Colman 0

Since its conception in 2017, the #metoo movement has had a profound impact on our cultural climate.   The worlds of film, television, theatre and music have all been forced to take a look hard look in […]