Tag - Quench Magazine

Columnist

The pressures of perfection

By Phoebe Grinter
I think I can honestly say that I have never met a person who is completely happy with how they look. My friends and I often fantasise about...

Culture Photography

The Power of Photography

by Sai
In our modern age, we are always surrounded by images in all forms, whether it’s advertising, art, or a photo accompanying an article. Everyone has...

Food & Drink

Ciliegino | Review

Words By Angelica Marengo
On the 14th of March, a friend of mine and I had the pleasure of tasting some of Ciliegino’s specialities.
Ciliegino is an Italian...

Features

Blackfish. Blackface. What next?

Katherine Waldock
 
At the end of 2018, Instagram influencers across the world were accused of ‘blackfishing’, a term coined to describe white people...

Features

“She was asking for it”

Poppy Jennings
*Trigger warning – this article discusses rape and sexual violence*
 
A 17-year-old girl – and I cannot stress the word girl enough...

Culture Theatre

Rain Man | Review

By Mel Lynch
★★★★
Bringing the highest grossing film of 1988 to the stage is no easy job, but with the direction of Jonathon O’Boyle it was...

Culture

It’s My Shout | Review

By Georgia Evans
The sense of pride, accomplishment and patriotism amongst the audience was overpowering as the auditorium at St David’s hall began to fill...

Food & Drink

Berry Pavlova – Summer Bakes

By Katie Comer
Growing up I have watched my mum create, bake and decorate the most incredible desserts for our family and friends. She is the unsung hero of...

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