Monday, November 19The Voice of London


Is London that great for asian food? Let’s check it out!

culture, Lifestyle, Uncategorized
TimeOut London published an article with the headline 'London is the best place for Asian food outside Asia'. Voice of London decided to ask international students from China what they think about the Asian food in London - and whether or not they agree with this statement. So Londoners, watch our video to find out if our city really is the best place for Asian food outside Asia.
A Carnaby Christmas: the switch on

A Carnaby Christmas: the switch on

culture, Culture, Featured, Lifestyle, Travel, Uncategorized
Carnaby hosted the annual party last night for the world-famous Christmas lights switch on. Last night, those in Carnaby Street were able to start the festive season with a bang. The lights switched on at 6pm, along with blasted confetti cannons and the soundtrack of DJ Norman Jay. Shoppers found themselves immersed in shimmering installations, neon lights and discounted brands. It was a night of carnival themed entertainment and free pop-up cocktails that all enjoyed. Couldn't make it? Check out our gallery below.   © Voice of London, Olivia Herring That’s a wrap! Thanks to everyone who came down and enjoyed our #CarnabyChristmas Carnival this year. — Carnaby London (@CarnabyLondon) November 9, 2017       Words: Olivi

Black History Month: 5 people to make you proud

culture, Lifestyle
Words: Stephany Malcolm | Subbing: Kate Reichdart It's Black History Month. During the month of October we celebrate what it means to be black, and how black people have truly changed the world. We can all think of iconic black figures like Malcolm X... but don't be fooled; black people in the UK are continuing to make history and break new records.   1. Stormzy       2. Edward Enninful   3. Anthony Joshua     4. Thandie Newton     5. Idris Elba The date has been marked in the UK for more than 30 years, providing art exhibitions, music events and celebrations. Make this month count and find out how you can get involved.   All images from

I waited in a two-hour queue for a doughnut

culture, Food, Have you heard
Suffice to say it was the best doughnut I have ever had, (and yes I have had a cronut).     Written: Tristan Prawl    Edited: Giulia Trinci Doughnut Time - an Australian based doughnut shop famous for their pop-culture inspired, ‘punny’ doughnut names and their over-the-top toppings - has opened its first store outside of its home country here in the London Borough of Soho.  To celebrate the grand opening this past Friday, the store gave out free doughnuts from 12:30-2:30pm. So, with free time in the middle of the day and a determination to get my freebie I stepped out for a doughnut - hopeful, but still a self-proclaimed "bagel person."    In honor of thier new home here in London, the store has even created two new doughnut flavours: Love Actually - a doug