Man Booker Prize 2018 at the Royal Festival Hall

Designer | Helena Keeble For the last thirteen years, The Southbank Centre in London has hosted the Man Booker Prize Readings where the shortlisted authors gather and perform a short reading from their nominated novels before discussing their works with the host and amongst themselves. The Man Booker Prize has recognised and rewarded outstanding worldwide fiction for fifty years and is the leading literary award … Continue reading Man Booker Prize 2018 at the Royal Festival Hall

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Charles Dicken Museum: A Cosy Place for a Quiet Day Out

Arts Editor | Mimi Markham With Freshers’ Festival and a busy term approaching, day-trips may be at the back of everyone’s mind. However, London is full of hidden treasures and the Charles Dickens Museum is a great place to spend a couple of hours. Only walking distance from King’s Cross, the museum blends into its row of tall Georgian terrace houses. Already, it is possible … Continue reading Charles Dicken Museum: A Cosy Place for a Quiet Day Out

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The Alternative Reading List

Literary Review Editor | Rachel Farguson As August draws to a close and September looms in the not-so-distant future, many of us will be feeling like we’re running out of time to read for pleasure. When you’ve been asked to read four novels a week and prepare three questions to ask your seminar group on each one, this feeling is ultimately unsurprising. However, this needn’t … Continue reading The Alternative Reading List