Tag - Quench


Pancakes in Paris – Food Tours

By Sai
As most people know, crêpes originated in France. Specifically, in Brittany or Bretagne around the 12th century, when buckwheat arrived in...


Across the Pond – Kentucky

By Sarah Rawle
The United States is filled with endless incredible sights and things to do. I have been lucky enough to travel through twenty states...

Food & Drink

Hotpot Spot | Review

Words By Caterina Dassiè
Quench were invited to try some of the food of Hotpot Spot.
In the middle of Roath, based on Wellfield Road at the first floor of the...


Soroptimist International

Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement working to improve the lives of girls and women, spreading across all continents, with clubs in many...

Culture Theatre

Review | Bodyguard

By Indigo Jones
The show started with a bang, literally, immediately submerging the audience in the drama. The musical began as it intended to...


Interview: The Japanese House

Photo credit: press photo as seen on NME
By Emma Murphy
Coming up to the release of her new album Good at Falling, we got a chance to talk to Amber Bain...

Books Culture

Review | Blossoms in Autumn

By Chris Colbourn
SelfMadeHero’s translation of this Belgian-Dutch graphic novel feels particularly timely as the last three years of Brexit madness have...

Culture Theatre

Review | Colabro

By Yi Lam Tang
A musical theatre group, who formed for only one month before the eighth season of Britain’s Got Talent, had amazed the judges...

Culture Theatre

Review | Bottom

By Sarah Rawle
Top or Bottom? If you haven’t been asked this question yourself, you have likely heard it before. Maybe not sung to you...