21 October 2022
Just Stop Oil: “What is worth more: art or life”?
Last week, young climate protests threw soup at Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, asking “What is worth more: art or life”?
20 October 2022
Ella Balinska discusses cultural expansion in the performing arts industry
Hollywood actress and Surrey alumna Ella Balinska discusses cultural expansion in the performing arts industry in a new podcast series hosted by the University of Surrey.
19 October 2022
What goes on at Creators House CIC?
Creators House CIC is striving to reduce inequalities and barriers that are affecting young creatives, especially those from disadvantaged and underprivileged backgrounds.
16 October 2022
‘Global village’ phenomenon is affecting how couples fall in love
Does online dating affect the success of a relationship? There is a drastic shift from ‘physical’ dating to internet dating created by dating apps.
10 October 2022
The beauty of BlackJoyTok
The Black lived experience is not all about misfortune. And, although it’s important to witness, so is Black joy: welcome to BlackJoyTok.
7 October 2022
The best IG accounts to follow for Black joy
It’s time to bring some Black joy to your Instagram timeline.
5 October 2022
Best Black reads of 2022 so far
A list of great Black literature released in 2022 so far...
4 October 2022
Are teen movies as relatable as we think?
Teen movies have a huge influence on our perception of the world and ourselves. So what is the impact of the limited Queer and multiethnic representation the genre offers?
3 October 2022
Let’s Talk Black British Music
Celebrating Black British music this Black History Month.
1 October 2022
A word on Black History Month
Let's change the narrative and focus on Black joy this Black History Month.
28 September 2022
Courting "Guitar Music" album review
Guitar music like you've never heard it before. An Indie band for the modern age, get ready to fall in love with the debut album from Liverpool quartet Courting.
26 September 2022
Historicisation before our eyes
How reports about the Queen’s death have shaped her character in the nation’s memory.
26 September 2022
London's Roman Amphitheatre
Visit the amphitheatre discovered in London at the Guildhall Art Gallery!
22 September 2022
The evolution of youth culture during Queen Elizabeth II’s reign
We explore the ways in which youth culture has changed from the 1950s to present.
21 September 2022
Interview with award-winning author Pumla Dineo Gqola
Award-winning author Pumla Dineo Gqola speaks to us about her latest book, Female Fear Factory, and how the only way for women to have a brighter tomorrow is to dismantle the patriarchy altogether.
27 September 2022
Live debut for Rhiannon Faith Company’s DROWNTOWN as tour opens in Harlow
Gritty, uncompromising and dark new dance-theatre from bold and brave choreographer Rhiannon Faith. Autobiographical testimonials and text to amplify the voices of the vulnerable and unheard in modern Britain’s areas of social deprivation.
13 September 2022
The Cedar & The Sea: a sensory tour of a neo-Gothic building
Experience Two Temple Place, a neo-gothic building on Victoria Embankment, through a unique sensory and artistic tour.
8 September 2022
Cor Baby that’s a PhD! Oxford doctorate for John Otway
Just months after performing his 5,000th gig to an adoring Shepherd’s Bush Empire crowd, unique singer songwriter John Otway has been awarded an Honorary PhD in Music by Oxford Brookes University.