20 February 2023
Whitechapel Gallery and their work with young creatives
Whitechapel gallery mixes young people with artists to explore the creative sector in depth.
30 April 2023
Love in Mind: The Harvey Parker Trust Launch Concert
A star-studded line-up of artists across classical, pop, jazz, and dance music join forces in a symphony of sounds to support the mental wellbeing of young creatives.
16 February 2023
‘How We Begin’: Brilliantly bisexual and fabulously unapologetic
A review of Surfacing Acts Theatre and Antonia Georgieva’s production ‘How We Begin’ currently showing at VAULT Festival.
10 March 2023 – 11 March 2023
Stretch: a brand new conference & showcase event
Stretch is a brand new conference and showcase event for the dance sector that happens in London on 10 - 11 March 2023.
14 November 2022
Girl, Woman, Other book review: No matter what you're 'into', just read it.
Opened my eyes with fierce gusto to vibrant cultures; from the music and delicious-sounding food, to the struggles and stereotypes British people face.
11 November 2022
On The Rise With Jack Hawitt - The Artist Behind Many Songs
After writing for others, Jack Hawitt is back with his own new single "Love or a Lie".
5 December 2022
The Sophia Club presents: Goddess
An evening of conversation, vivid performance and music!
9 November 2022
The American theatrical dream and its costs
Gigi talks about the difference in systems between American Theatre and British Theatre sectors.
9 November 2022
Skiddle X YUAF: showcasing London's music scene through film
'The Sounds Of My London’ series takes a closer look into the city’s Jazz, Grime & Drill scenes as part of a partnership between the Young Urban Arts Foundation and Skiddle, in aid of empowering marginalised creatives.
1 November 2022
GiGi in DC part 2
Gigi explores the dichotomy of being at a Catholic conservative institution but within a liberal, secular and queer friendly faculty.
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”?
26 September 2022
Strikes to wipe out almost all services from 1 October
Train drivers are set to go on strike in October over pay dispute, impacting thousands across Great Britain.
14 September 2022
Ok Mentor host first ever Summit ‘Owning Your Path’
This September, Ok Mentor is hosting their first in-person event in almost three years, helping the next generation of young women to own their path in their creative careers.
15 August 2022
Interview with musician Ieuan
We spoke to rising singer-songwriter Ieuan about his musical career and latest album, 'A Study in Ante Meridiem' (2022).
4 August 2022
Brick Lane: A case study for gentrification gone wrong
Located in the heart of the East End, a vibrant street once fuelled with aromas from Asian to Caribbean cuisines, now paints a very different picture.At present, Brick Lane represents the inevitable outcome of gentrification.
4 August 2022
Salt Ashes unveils her latest single 'Didn't See It Coming'
Love is a beautiful thing, it is packed with mystery and it jumps into your life when you’re least expecting it. Coming in infinite different sizes and colours, it never looks the same as it once did as it begins to shape the very person you are
15 June 2022
Madame Tussauds: uneventful or exhilarating
Madame Tussauds, a great day out for all! The set designs, lighting, and live actors make a special experience with a fresh take on exhibiting the artists’ work. You are encouraged to interact with the wax models and have a laugh.
25 June 2022
North Kensington Youth and Community Festival
NKYCF unite for the #onecommunity festival in honour of the Grenfell tragedy.