Leave Means Leave: Inside the leave protest on what would have been Brexit day

Brexit 'Vote Leave' placard

Tensions were high outside Parliament today as Brexit day came to a close with no signs of progress towards exiting the European Union.

Pro-Brexit protestors caused traffic to be diverted as over 3,000 people swamped the roads and nearby Parliament Square.

Protestors from the ‘Leave Means Leave’ campaign originally left Sunderland on March 16th, hoping to arrive with the intention to celebrate Brexit outside Parliament, but it became clear that this was not going to happen as they approached London. Ex-UKIP Leader Nigel Farage and around 100 followers originally set off on their 200-mile, 14-day journey to London chanting, “We’re marching for our freedom’, with followers growing in large numbers as they approached the capital.

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Viva Four-Ever: Spice Girls to announce reunion tour

Spice Girls in 1996

The Spice Girls are set to officially reveal details for their reunion tour later on Monday.

The girl-group are set to reunite for their first tour in 10 years – this time without Victoria Beckham. Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Horner (née Halliwell) and Emma Bunton will take part in the reunion tour, due to happen Summer 2019.

Bunton said on her Heart Radio breakfast show on Monday morning that the group will put details on their new social media account @SpiceGirls at 15:00 GMT.

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Eurovision 2018 acts to look out for!

Eurovision logo 2/13

Every year Eurovision is a jamboree of musical genres from pop to heavy metal (I mean – Lordi, right?) with this years Eurovision looking to be no different we’ve rounded up our the strongest contenders to win this years competition.  


France’s entry to this years Eurovision is the epitome of French culture, the relaxing melody of a song about the refugee crisis and self-identity spoken entirely in French. France automatically qualify for the final of Eurovision but are still one to watch!

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The Shard Christmas Light Switch On Event 2017

Lights at The Shard Christmas 2016.

London is the brightest and busiest with many of the popular shopping streets and businesses launching their own light switch-on events.

The Shard is opening it’s annual festive light show Monday 4 December with a special display on opening night and New Year’s Eve. The light show includes an array of visual effects including gradients, patterns and sparkles in the top 20 storeys of the building.

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The Big Bingo Show: Royal Vauxhall Tavern Review

Royal Vauxhall Tavern Drag Bingo Show

Mad, eccentric and spontaneous – three words I would use to describe ‘The Big Bingo Show’ at London’s Royal Vauxhall Tavern. 

When I uttered the words “bingo” to my flatmates, their initial response to me was that of confusion – why would someone aged 20 willingly go to bingo? Little did they know that this wasn’t your average game nor did it have your average host. Timberlina is the heart of the game – with quick whit and sudden musical break-out moments, this drag-lady provides the audience with no opportunity to fall asleep during number-calling. 

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Iconic Film Memorabilia Descends on BFI IMAX

Costumes on display the BFI

London’s BFI IMAX is currently host to a wealth of rare and iconic film and television memorabilia.

Prop Store and ODEON have presented a museum-grade, free-to-enter exhibition showcasing props that will be entered into a public auction on 26th September 2017. The exhibition features props and costumes from hit films like ‘Back to the Future’, ‘Alien’ and ‘Ghostbusters’ to more recent films such as ‘Guardians of the Galaxy‘.

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