Molly Turnley and Astrid Madberg bring you some of the highlights from the Women of the World festival at Southbank Centre.
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A spin-off from Cucumber, Screwdriver tackles the horrors of the porn industry and the impact on young children.
Florence and the Machine return to play four new songs live and third album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.
Peace return after their debut album In Love.
The talented Cymbals crash their way through a sometimes-uncomfortable gig in Stoke Newington.
Farr’s provides us happy-go-lucky types with a laid-back environment and a unpretentious dancing sesh.
BANKS was impressive on her critically-acclaimed debut album but does she have the presence of a memorable frontwoman?
A carefully curated pick of the best cheap-ish gigs to see in London this January
Rosie Lowe is an up-and-coming young artist who knows what she wants – and we’re pretty sure she’ll get it.
The Culpeper is not just another moody East-London hangout, it’s got great beer, a great atmosphere and great staff.
Almost every time I meet a new person I’m forced to watch them as their brow furrows and an expression of both shock and confusion washes over them as I tell them that the beautiful woman next to me is my girlfriend.
Over 600 people flocked to a Sainsbury’s in Brighton in response to a lesbian couple recently asked to leave the store due to their “disgusting” behaviour.