Sara Darling

Film Review: Alice

Who wouldn’t want to get revenge for a cheating husband?
Seemingly the perfect family unit. Husband, wife and young son, this French film dares to delve beneath the shiny exterior and expose the truth that has wrecked countless marriages, when one partner has an affair

Masculinity: Liberation through Photography @The Barbican, London

You may snigger and giggle, as there are penises of all shapes and sizes, but the theory behind the show is that men are more than their parts. In a world where men are seemingly less liberated, with TV showing peacocking males with hairless, chiseled bodies on show on Love Island and ‘reality TV’, the truth is, in reality, men throughout history have been portrayed in many different forms.

Steve McQueen at the Tate Modern

Anyone who chooses to make a film has a personal relationship with their subject- whether its intimate, voyeuristic, educational or fantastical, film makers have the key to expressing themselves.

Travel: Luxury in St Lucia @ The Marigot Bay Resort

The scenic drive from the international airport in St Lucia takes you through dense rainforest, taking in the picturesque, twisting hillside on the west of the island, where you first catch a glimpse of the breathtaking views of five star Marigot Bay resort and marina.

Travel: Rediscovering Amsterdam

Amsterdam is an exciting, vibrant, cosmopolitan city, and has even more to offer for visitors who want a more authentic visit. Step away from the centre which is filled with stag dos, nightclubs, teenagers and overpriced tourist cafes, and go where the locals go.

Live Review: Rouge @Underbelly, London

The Spiegeltent is an institution. The travelling home of some of the world’s most unique circus, comedy and dance acts- the central stage, mirrored ceiling and cosy booths are what cabaret entertaining is made for.

Al fresco drinks at the Upper 5th in East London

The Upper 5th rooftop terrace at the Courthouse Hotel in Shoreditch stands pride of place on the roof of the converted Old Street Magistrate’s Court and police station, with a sultry New York vibe within a Grade II listed Baroque-style building.

Travel: It’s good in Gouda!

There’s more to Holland than windmills, canals, clogs and tulips; It is also home to some of the tastiest cheese in the world! And the Dutch should know- they eat an impressive 15kilos every year!