Features

  • Rethinking Work: 2018 and Beyond
    Posted in: Features

    Exploring three-day weeks, work-life balance and the loss of jobs to A.I  Employment researchers claim recruitment tends to peak after the Christmas and New Year. Perhaps that’s because these employers have picked up on the restlessness people feel once the last remains of Christmas pudding and mulled wine have left the system and that boozy […]

  • Neelam Gill, the UK’s 1st Breakthrough Indian Model
    Posted in: Features, People

    21-year-old Neelam Gill is tentatively described as the UK’s first Indian A-lister model, a title she was given shortly after her debut at London Fashion Week 2014 and underlined by becoming the first Indian model to be chosen for the Burberry campaign. It’s been nothing short of a whirlwind of firsts since signing for Models […]

  • A Brief History of London’s Museums
    Posted in: Features, Galleries & Museums

    British Museum The British Museum was founded in 1753 and opened to the public on 15 January 1759, becoming the world’s first national public museum. It was made up of a substantial collection bequeathed to the nation by physician and naturalist Sir Hans Sloane, so this baronet was in many ways the de facto founder of […]

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    London’s Art Movements: The Bloomsbury Pre-Raphaelites
    Posted in: Features, Places

    The National Gallery’s Reflections: Van Eyck & The Pre-Raphaelites exhibition shows how the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was influenced by art from the 1400s and particularly Van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait.  This article gives the background to their rise and creative principles. The Bloomsbury area of West Central London comprising extensive parts of Camden from Euston Road to Holborn is […]

  • The Top 3 London Theatres
    Posted in: Drama & Theatre, Features

    As the final month of the year approaches and you’re spoilt for choice during the festive season, check out our list of the best three London theatres of recent years. Our focus is on smaller Fringe theatres, which are, nonetheless, punching their weight against the best of the West End. No.1 The Etcetera Theatre Founded […]