Every Saturday teams of kids head to Islington’s parks to play football but only a handful, if any, will ever seriously aspire to a professional career in football. What hope
Bright neon colours, socio-political messages and complex paste-ups regularly draw visitors down the alleyways of the East End.
Contemporary ideas of faith in the borough explored by young people’s arts project, reports Anjali Mandalia
Islington’s cinematic history has inspired the launch of a new blog about film locations in the borough. Yannic Rack talks to its founder, Xavier Gomez
Dressed in white and wearing towering hats, a group of actors put on a show in front of Smithfield Market this week to launch an alternative planning application for the
Shoreditch has firmly established itself as the street art borough of London, with numerous guided tours dedicated to the area’s many masterpieces.
Following the opening of the Barbican’s newest state-of-the-art performance centre, Milton Court, we asked what theatre is doing to stay relevant and attract new audiences.
The college student and the fast food meal – it’s a common story, taking place at campuses around the country every day. But why choose quick over healthy? We asked around
American Football has grown exponentially over the last few years in the UK. Since 2007, the International Series has brought regular season games to Wembley Stadium, with 2013 seeing two