Nikhil is a model and performer based in London. After completing his A-Levels and a Musical Theatre course at the Arts Educational Schools London, he moved onto train in Musical Theatre at […]
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Elizabeth Baker on Feminist TikTok and problematic bangers.
Eve Kidd ‘Rap’ is an abbreviation of ‘rhythm and poetry’. Yet, this definition doesn’t do much to convince conservatives. If we think about Rap as the words it is abbreviated from, ‘rhythm […]
How ‘driver’s license’ unveiled the deeply patriarchal love triangles of pop culture
Taylor Swift’s 2020 albums are a product of the pandemic, but they also allow a break from it. Through her writing, she shows us what escapism really means.
Right before the pandemic took hold, actress Lydia Gerrard, 22, was covering her dream role on the Phantom of the Opera UK tour. She talks from her family home in west London about live performance in lockdown and the importance of doing what you love.
Cancel culture is about more than just celebrities. It implies that the moment somebody makes a mistake, they are over. The majority of us, celebrity or not, are decent people simply trying our best, but it is easy to make mistakes.
‘We need some more girls in here, there’s too many men!’: the shameful representation of female acts at UK music festivals
Last week Reading & Leeds announced their 2020 line up and it went viral, but for all the wrong reasons. The iconic festival that has hosted some of Britain’s greatest artists has fallen under heavy criticism for its blatant lack of female representation.