The first part of the ’12th Man’ serial for Vada’s Friday Fiction. The experiences of a footballer’s boyfriend.
A call for submissions for our Friday Fiction column. We want stories under 2000 words – send yours today!
New Earth Theatre’s New Stories Digital Short Play Festival crackles with the energy of original voices pushing their practice in bold directions. Mitchell Vernals spoke to some of the playwrights.
The first story of the new House Share Horrors Friday Fiction Serial. BB hands a girl in a pub a wad of cash and moves into a windowless attic…
The imminent move from lockdown to ‘tier 2’ brings with it the opening of a few fun venues, though not with all the fun of pre-COVID-19 restrictions. We at Vada round up what we’re looking forward to most over the festive period across London
Vada Magazine reviews Eat Nourish Flourish, the new cookbook by Carey Davis-Munro, which claims to provide 12 steps to healthier family food.
If you’re looking to delve into the warm waters of art history on a chilly October afternoon, then you’ve come to the right place. Frida Kahlo is a thorough exploration of the adored artist’s life.
Should you buy or boybott Hogwarts Legacy? The answer, as always, isn’t straightforward.
The JD Malat gallery in London has launched a solo exhibition by hyper-realist artist Ian Cumberland, Presence in Absence, which explores ideas of the self through voyeurism, technology and mass media.
The Hits Radio Network, in partnership with The Co-operative Bank and LGBT helpline Switchboard, has launched a new station, Hits Radio Pride.