Thursday, December 14The Voice of London

Category: culture

Looking for adventure ? Meet Zaro Kobzaro, train surfer, roofer, and digger

Looking for adventure ? Meet Zaro Kobzaro, train surfer, roofer, and digger

culture, Lifestyle, Society
Zaro is an average student who came here to study Film Production. But when she puts her mask on, nothing stops her from climbing highest buildings, riding on the outside of fastest trains and exploring deepest undergrounds. Right now, I am going to see for myself how is it to be a part of this high-risk subculture climbing with Zaro to one of the skyscrapers in Central London.
Discovering the sound of Christmas

Discovering the sound of Christmas

Christmas, culture, Featured, Music
Christmas is a time of joy, with magic lights hanging all over the city and people giving gifts to each other. But trust us, none of this would make any sense without a good soundtrack. From Bing Crosby's White Christmas, a classic of the season, to Sia's newest holiday album, Everyday is Christmas, we went out in the cold to explore the sound of Christmas. Obviously, we did not chase every Christmas song that was ever made - that would take us at least until 2021, and even then the list would be incomplete. RT if you’re excited for #Christmas — HARRY STYLES (@TheClubOfStyles) December 12, 2017 What we did was to understand what makes all these Christmas songs so distinctive, unique and recognisable. We talked a little bit about this in our podcast, but Dan

A choir will warm you up ’tis season at Leicester Square

Christmas, culture, Exhibition, Lifestyle, Religion, Uncategorized
Busking away every Saturday morning on the Leicester Square is the band of Jesus’s very own army from the God’s Vision Church at the heart of central London. Their singing may not the most polished of sounds, as most of them are seeing the lyrics for the first time, but that is exactly their purpose: to simply sing out their passion for the love of Christ and spread its joy. Led by Pastor Young-joo Lee, the team of singing evangelists sacrifice their morning snoozes and Saturday brunches to inform, sing aloud and pray for the city of London. As choir sings the contemporary Christian tunes to the acoustic guitar, a glance at the individual faces tells you that while they would never find themselves on stage for anything, being together in faith with the rest of their Christian community