Shoreditch

Shocking Reality of Girls In Poverty

Jessica Onah | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK
Jessica Onah

How would you feel as a young girl, forced to marry a man five times your age? Well, I got to know how one girl felt in a chilling, girls-only, immersive experience, built in the heart of East London.

Will Silicon South-East Seize the Digital Day?

Sarah Wood | Posted 24.06.2014 | UK Tech
Sarah Wood

South-East England employs more people in tech than the whole of California, but the talent pipeline must be built if the UK is to seize the digital day.

A Celebration of 'Hipster Economics'

Anthony Dursi | Posted 30.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Anthony Dursi

It seems that commentators are conflating two different modern issues: urban sprawl/gentrification and rising economic inequality. The latter might be fuelling the former but policy intervention in one is very different to the other.

My Date With a Charity Worker

Chris Rooney | Posted 23.06.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Chris Rooney

Chloe and I were in her favourite pub in Shoreditch. She knew the bar staff by name, they did not however know hers. It was a typical East London locale, lots of old mismatched furniture, '70s reggae and obscure beer served in strange glasses. The concept of 'shabby-chic' is artful in its deception.

Getting Saucy at the Museum of London

Sarah Biddlecombe | Posted 20.05.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Sarah Biddlecombe

It's Friday afternoon and I'm in the museum's entrance hall, about to begin a "Shoreditch's Saucy Side" archeological tour. I'm joined by seven others hoping for a fun and humorous exploration of erotica. But with Linda and her fellow tour guide, Jeanette, unable to utter any "naughty" words, we're not off to a promising start...

A Misconceived View of Gentrification

Edward Adoo | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK
Edward Adoo

Alex's attack on "Shoreditchification" goes beyond the shores of Brick Lane, Hackney Road, Shoreditch High Street, Kingsland Road and surrounding areas. It's a real dig at what Londoners are all about. Get over it Alex, go and mingle with your gentrified buddies and chill out.

Shoreditch Barman Tries To Arrest Tony Blair

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK

UDPATE: He may have lost his job, but Twiggy Garcia may get a payout for his efforts. Journalist George Monbiot, who set up the Arrest Blair websit...

Is Style Going Out of Fashion?

Jason Holmes | Posted 18.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jason Holmes

So London man, by tradition, owns a mind as sharp as the crease in his trousers. But of late, tradition is being challenged by a conspicuous interloper of indeterminate persuasions.

Exploring the East End: The BoxPark, TEA Building, RichMix, and London's Tech City

Jesse Seaver | Posted 17.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Jesse Seaver

London has the reputation of being extremely expensive, and fair enough, in some parts it really is. However, there are plenty of deals to be found, and plenty of locals who demand to have a good time without spending all their wages.

PHOTOS: London Traffic Sign Artbomber Uses Stickmen to Question Government

Christina Kenny | Posted 09.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Christina Kenny

If you've visited the City, Southbank or Southwark in the last couple of months, the odds are you've passed by - or under - Clet's work. The Florence-based French artist has doctored a number of traffic signs in the capital by adding a serious of mischievous figures...

Where to get The Best Coffee in London

Maria Chiorando | Posted 08.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Maria Chiorando

So the top London places? I don't drink animal secretions, so with a hearty screw you to those establishments with gourmisan-pretensions and a refusal to serve anything other than full-fat bovine breast milk, I present my own humble guide to the finest vegan and omnivore-friendly brews in (East) London.

London Silicon Roundabout and Shoreditch Property Demand

Jake M Fisher | Posted 26.01.2014 | UK
Jake M Fisher

It used to be that affordable pricing and providing people with an artistic hub was the driver of demand of properties in Shoreditch in London. In the late 90s and early 00s, this part of the capital city became famous for being an artistic hot-spot. Inevitably, this saw an increasing number of people looking to move in...

DIY Taxidermy: Death Becomes Her

Patrick Cash | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Patrick Cash

The irony of Gates' vilification by the animal rights activists is that her work is designed artistically to illustrate the reality of how animal life is wasted in human industry.

Queen Vic Publican Serves Alfie: Expat Publican in Greenwich Village's 'Queen Vic' Meets Richie

Larry Jaffee | Posted 06.12.2013 | UK Entertainment
Larry Jaffee

NEW YORK - At a recent meet and greet held at midtown Britpub Churchill's here for Shane Richie, the actor schmoozed a few dozen stateside fans, some who traveled several hundred miles to speak with EastEnders' Alfie Moon, arguably the Queen Vic's favourite manager of all time.

Monikers, London - Review

Beth Brookfield | Posted 27.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Beth Brookfield

Moniker's is a hidden gem in the middle of busy Shoreditch. The food is a mixture of brasserie and 'posh' pub grub and they do it very well.

Top Five Emerging Icons Live: 23 Sept - 29 Sept 2013

Kat Jackman | Posted 20.11.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kat Jackman

The coming week's live listings are ready and waiting for you- so it's time you get yourselves organised. Get your diaries at the ready, because we've got a another round-up of unmissable shows for you to start looking forward to.

I Hate Fussy Eaters, but There's a New Restaurant in Town

Lucy Karsten | Posted 28.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Karsten

I am still wary of people who begin meals with a list of things they 'do not eat', or who pick at food warily, as though it were filled with menace, rather than a bowl of spaghetti. I am delighted, therefore, with the new venture from Cameron Worth and Rolan Dack: Ronnie Saunders Diners Union.

Me and Mr Ueno (Or How Japan's Postal Bikes Are Finding a New Life in the UK)

Jon Wilks | Posted 18.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Jon Wilks

Noah says that he can't import the bikes fast enough - they pretty much ride themselves back out of the door. However, they're not the first mamacharis on London's streets. Over in Shoreditch, Neil Davis has been making a solid success of Tokyo Bike for a couple of years.

Three Things to Eat and Drink This Month

James Emtage | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Emtage

I found myself munching on a gull's egg this week. I wasn't planning on it, the situation just sort of arose and presented itself in my mouth. What's special about a gull's egg, you might be wondering. I was.

It's Hard to be a London Hipster

Danielle Warren | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Danielle Warren

For those who aren't hipster-literate, a London hipster is particularly easy to spot. Think an explosion of all the trends you thought you'd left behind in the 90s and you're almost there. Non-prescription glasses for that extra summin' summin'. Beanie hats even in warm weather (teamed with sunglasses for that extra ironic charm). Exuberant moustaches, skinny jeans and a fondness for never wearing socks - it's simply the hipster way.

Picasso, Her Dalmatian, as a Muse for the Next Show

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 29.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Lorenzo Belenguer

Picasso's Pack is the next solo show by Elinor Evans opening at the Signal Gallery in Shoreditch, London, on the 16th of May. Evans recreates domestic scenes and uses animal masks to explore the way we interact in groups, or packs as she says.

The Starling Sessions Are Calling All Budding Musicians for Industry Support

Leanne Page | Posted 23.06.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Leanne Page

We are on a drive to bring people together, in order to help them succeed. Rather than feel de-motivated by the statistics, we are looking at helping individuals and not numbers. Those more experienced are taking the time to help with those who are up-and-coming. Together we can inspire and smash through our personally designed targets to reach a better future.

No Tables for You! The Rise of No Reservation Restaurants

Rory Natkiel | Posted 26.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Rory Natkiel

Worn almost as a badge of pride by the likes of Bubble Dogs, Barrafina, Lobster Burger, MEATLiquor, Polpo, 10 Greek St and, of course, Dishoom, the no reservation policy might as well be a by-word for trendy, casual dining. It also means that if you get your timing wrong you could be waiting up to two hours to eat.

Top Five Emerging Icons Live: 12-18 November 2012

Kat Jackman | Posted 09.01.2013 | UK Entertainment
Kat Jackman

You want some gigs? Well, we've got 'em!

The Good Old Days With Tracey Moberly

Gia Marie Barbera | Posted 03.12.2012 | Home
Gia Marie Barbera

Sat in Shoreditch House I was waiting for Tracey Moberly to turn up, Author of Text-Me-Up! and co-owner of The Foundry, Artist and Activist.