Summer term is here

We hope you're well rested after the Easter break and ready for the hectic fun of the final term. If you're a 1st year, well done for getting this far- we hope it's been a good (possibly rollercoaster year). If you're a 3rd year preparing for your final show and life post graduation- good luck, you're going to do great! Meanwhile, if you're just looking for something relaxing to do in London check out LCC's Magazine Publishing & Journalism students suggestions. As always, this is your space to share stories, recipes, reviews etc... post something and we'll enter you into a monthly £50 Amazon voucher draw. 

Grafitti in Brixton arches

One Brixton, Our Brixton

Before the streets come to life, the colourful graffiti on the shop shutters on Atlantic Road illuminate the London greyness in the early morning.

Bubble Tea..should you try it too?

Bubble Tea, a phenomenon that spread rapidly to other Asian countries such as China, Japan and South Korea as well as North America and Australia.

A rack in a record store

The London Record Store

Since before your parents were cool, London was already one of the creative hubs of the world. Art, fashion, architecture and everything else all have their place in the city.

Pop Brixton: What’s On!

At Pop Brixton, some of the most interesting past events that happened in March 2016 included; Laughter Yoga, Lambeth Music Festival,

Image of person holding a VentYourRent story


Property prices are a very scary thing for most of London’s youngsters.

Carnegie Library, Lambeth

South London Libraries close

On 31 March a group called Friends of Lambeth Libraries decided to stay inside Carnegie Library in protest of the imminent year-long closure.

Radio Days Waterloo

Radio Days, a cornucopia of all things kitsch and vintage in Waterloo

No Clue About South London?

No Clue About South London?

Having lived in London my whole life, it’s kind of embarrassing to say I knew nothing about South London prior to attending UAL.


A perfect day in south London

I don’t think there’s any “perfect” day in London for anybody but there’re certain places in the south where you can have a perfect day


Your guide to South London's best (and most interesting) cinemas