Editor of The National Student.
I’m an Lancaster Uni alum (2011, English Lit) and my main interests include the arts, women’s /social issues and travel.
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Last Chance To See: Small Island @ Olivier Theatre
It’s hard to find a piece of theatre that feels more timely than Small Island, Andrea Levy’s epic story of Britain and Jamaica.
Last Chance To See: Top Girls @ Lyttelton Theatre
This Top Girls has a big cast, a long run, and a prime location on London’s South Bank. So why does it feel like it’s missing something?
Step into the glamorous past with a foodie journey on the Sunset Steam Express
The perfect treat for your dad, grandad, or any other steam train enthusiast you have in your life.
Watch Keira Knightly, Ralph Fiennes and Matt Smith in the first trailer for Official Secrets
'Truth is the first casualty of war.'
Huddersfield is the best student night out in the country, apparently
Derby is number two.
How the Co-op Foundation is tackling youth loneliness
Let me count the ways, because there are loads.
Photography and arts course exhibits work of those affected by homelessness
A creative skills course is engaging people affected by homelessness at a London university.
All aboard, because you can now get bottomless champagne served to you via train
Yes, a tiny little train will deliver your bubbles right to you.
Meet the first innovators behind the Deja Food podcast
The first four episodes of The National Student’s Deja Food podcast have covered everything from idyllic Swedish winters to the lack of Thai food in Leeds in 2004.
Theatre Review: Lucy Light @ Vault Festival
'I'm going to get off my tits drunk tonight!'
Lucy Light: The comedy that wants to revolutionise how you look at female health
Lucy Light tackles cancer, death, and life-changing medical decisions, all set against the ever-reliable rock of female friendship.
Here’s how to get cheap tickets to top West End shows during London Theatre Week
It’s happening now.
15 delightful puds to make for your favourite person today
Did someone say spiced red wine brownies?
Alev Scott: ‘I was used to getting rape threats and death threats’
The exiled journalist on being barred from Turkey, political strongmen, nationalism, and finding hope in the unexpected.
Ishbel Holmes: ‘It was never about how far or how fast I was going to go’
A story of world exploration, social activism, street dogs, women’s rights - but mostly, survival.
17 vegan eats you can make in the oven
It’s the final week of Veganuary, and we’d forgive you if the veggies are looking a bit less enticing than they did three weeks ago.
14 incredibly wholesome things that happened at this year’s Golden Globes
Sandwiches featured prominently.
This airline is offering students 20% off flights to Australia and Southeast Asia
Malaysia Airlines is offering massive flight discounts and a host of other perks if you sign up to its student membership scheme.