Justice for who? Jacob Blake

As tension in the US continues between police authorities and the Black Lives Matter protests, the latest tragedy sparks major unrest in the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin. On the 23rd of August, police shot an unarmed man, Jacob Blake, 7 times resulting in paralyzation from the waist down. Alongside this, Blake has suffered major injuries to his… Continue reading

The Time of Your Life

A man’s birthday (played by the founder of Gecko, Amit Lahav) plunges him into a surprise party, one he views as ‘emotional’. The moment induces reflection as we are transported to the very beginning of his life when he is placed into a makeshift womb. Every new room he walks through, with a shifting stage,… Continue reading

Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend

Finally, we are allowed out of our homes and into the sunshine (with restrictions, of course!). As some of our favourite places are opening up, here are the top things to do in London this weekend: Alexandra Palace Terrace - visit Enjoy socially distanced alfresco drinks in the sunshine at Alexandra Palace on their beautiful… Continue reading

Dorset beach arm link

Amidst all that has happened in 2020, individuals seem to have developed or discovered a stronger sense of community. Beirut donors, NHS volunteers, and people clapping for key workers, are just a few of the acts that have taken place to display this strengthened bond. On Durdle Door beach, located in Dorset, a similar sense… Continue reading

Gordon Ramsay is on TikTok!

TikTok has become a new obsession for many during this pandemic, including Michelin-star chef Gordon Ramsay. He is known for Kitchen Nightmares, Hell's Kitchen and Hotel Hell, where he uses his cooking expertise to judge other's cooking abilities. TikTok has become another platform for him to showcase his iconic TV persona- the rude, swearing and… Continue reading