2/4 Canterbabes in LDN

Nisha & I met up in the idyllic Soho after her interview at Chin Chin. She was un-sure about her performance & wondering if she'd be successful, (she got the job btw). I was hungry. As always.Honestly; these days, it seems like I am pertepetually hungry, like I could always eat. I'm not talking huge …

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A fabulous and modern musical adaptation of a Greek Classic

Last week I went to see a play at the National Theatre in Waterloo courtesy of Helen’s List. It was an amazing and immersive performance, I watched a tragic love story unfold and felt swept in it despite knowing the ending. The casting of this play was sublime, genuinely. Featuring one of the most diverse …

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Racism isn’t over; I didn’t stutter.

I repeat: Racism isn't dead. Instead we have it's slicker cousin, cultural appropriation. Now let me preface by saying this; I understand that racism as whole is a complicated concept that stems from slavery, Western culture & in my opinion a lack of human respect. Racism is an emotive issue, it is largely ingrained in …

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