We all came from different backgrounds and you realise that there are issues that we all have. We are giving our experiences and heritages back to the country. More so even after Trump, with Mexico, all this anti-immigrant, anti-refugee rhetoric kind of gave us more determination.
When the Cold War came to an end it signalled the likely termination for the kind of spy fiction featuring dark deeds on the part of Western and Soviet undercover agents. Sean Sheehan John Le Carre, who wrote what is considered the best example of this kind of […]
Accompanied by the beginning of the summer, London is expecting a kaleidoscope of events in this month ranging from traditional forms of art to multicultural performances especially contributed by Spanish speaking community. Yi ZOU Bolivar Hall as a cultural branch of Embassy of Venezuela, is a wonderful platform […]
“Madeinusa” the film of one of the most awarded Peruvian directors of the last decade, will be released in the British capital on June 12. The film will be accompanied by the talk of an expert professor in Latin American cinema and culture. There is a village in the […]
“Streets”, a collection of photographs from the 1950s, is testimony to a bygone age but also one of (post-war) austerity in London’s East End. Sean Sheehan The residents are proletarian and cash poor – it would be decades before the term ‘gentrification’ would be used to describe the […]