Wednesday, July 17The Voice of London


Got £5? Spend it on London’s arts and culture

Arts, culture, Culture, Lifestyle, Travel
Enjoy the screening of The Florida Project to Basquiat's large-scale artworks from just £5.  © Voice of London, Olivia Herring The Barbican Centre, 30 minutes on foot from anywhere in Central London, is a melting pot of arts and culture amongst iconic tower blocks. It’s host to a concert hall, a theatre, art galleries and a lending library. There’s three cinemas, a large-scale tropical conservatory, and public spaces which converge with impressive installations. Packed with creative events on a daily basis, young Londoners are spoilt for choice with heavily discounted rates. © Barbican The Young Barbican scheme offers 14 - 25 year olds (yes, you students) discounted tickets to events within classical and contemporary music, visual arts, theatre and dance and creative learning. Th
Fishing for Black Friday hacks

Fishing for Black Friday hacks

Culture, Featured, UK
In a survey by PwC, the second largest professional services firm in the world, found that on average, 50% of Black Friday shoppers spent £170 last year. But this weekend, shoppers are expected to spend £200. We asked shoppers in London for some tips on how to get the best of Black Friday deals.   Presenter: Dipali Limbachia | Video recording and editing: Bishakha Dutta | Still featured image: The Sun

Dancing: a hidden treasure for health

Culture, Featured, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle
Words: Aylin Paula Karanis | Subbing Stephany Malcolm | Filming and photography: Stephany Malcolm and Aylin Paula Karanis Check out our video and find out why dancing can give you the same feeling as a chocolate bar... The Voice of London Lifestyle team went along to Pineapple Studios to find out how dancing can have a great effect on our physical and mental health. If you like our Vlog then Tweet us and tell us what you think @LifestyleVoL ! #KeepDancing Love fitness? Check out some alternative fitness classes in London Here.   

10 photos of Moscow to show you exactly how beautiful winter solitude can be

Culture, Featured, Lifestyle, photography, Travel, Uncategorized
Short winter nights have made a comeback just as the forlorn feelings of initial chills in the autumn are slipping away into our Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Sleep in a little too much and your day has gone by with the afternoon sunset. Selfies from the Halloween weekend are now way down in your newsfeed yet the festive vibes have yet to arrive. You are probably not the only only one lonely and lost in that awkward, unnecessarily mopish time of the year but a quick visit to the vast city of Moscow, Russia shows you that desolation can be beautiful. Without the tears or the sad acoustics, winter solitude has taken over the historic city in silence and light. Written by JENNY JIN LEE Subbed by LOUANNA ERARD