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Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, Keanu Reeves, ‘Blair Witch’: TIFF continues it’s stellar line-up!

TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) continues to roll out more of its film programming, adding the world premier of a documentary featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, a 1978-set gang thriller with the in-demand Brie Larson, a cannibal lovers tale starring Keanu Reeves and Jim Carrey, and the return of the Blair Witch. The Midnight Madness programme, will begin with opening film Free Fire (which ...

5 DIY Skincare Tips & Tricks

Let’s face it, skincare can be expensive. Like, very expensive. With so many brands to choose from, each one as popular as the next, it’s difficult deciding on what to go for. You don’t want to spend loads on a skincare line that does nothing for you but, at the same time, high street brands just aren’t cutting it any ...

Selfridges Open Their Christmas Shop

Staff at Selfridges set up Christmas Shopping Shop 2016

We know, we know! Don’t blame the messenger but we must inform you that yes, Selfridges have indeed kicked off the 2016 festivities by opening their Christmas shop in August. You can read more below ✋

Power Up- London’s new gaming exhibition

Throughout the years, gaming has been a big part of our culture, whether you be thirteen or thirty, video games have engrossed us into an artificial world giving us the opportunity to escape the nightmares of the reality. Gaming and consoles have developed significantly as the year have gone by, to the point now, where we’re gearing up for VR gaming (Virtue Reality). However, with all the excitement surrounding the new gen of gaming, let’s not forget where it all started.

This week, at London’s Science museum, there is a convention called Power Up which runs from Friday 22nd of July to Sunday 7th of August. This convention provides a hands-on and fully interactive two-week gaming event where you can play game such as Pong, Halo, Mario Bros, Pac Man and many more. Power Up is the perfect family summer holiday solution giving kids the opportunity to involve themselves in the games we played when we were they’re age, and even if you don’t have any kids, its good way to rewind those years once more, get that controller pad in your hand and try your best to recuse


Hillary vs the Donald: A Battle of Image

Upon hearing the Democratic nomination for the US Presidential race, Hillary Clinton, had reportedly enlisted the help of Anna Wintour in styling her campaign image, it begged the question: does Republican candidate Donald Trump have the same problem when he looks in the mirror and asks, who is the fairest of them all?

Comic-con- Christmas for movie fans!

  In what is the first part of a Union Time’s Comic-con movie announcement special, this post will be looking at some of the great films revealed at 2016’s San Diego Comic-con. As a Marvel and DC comics fan myself, the event is quite literally like waking up on Christmas morning, excited about the prospect of what could be unveiled. ...

Harry Potter’s No Match For Winnie-the-Pooh

Favourite childhood book characters seem to have a special place in the hearts of many readers. Whether they are brave and adventurous or kind and smart, these characters are embedded with qualities that inspire children even as they transition into adulthood. Commissioned by the Reading Agency, a survey was produced which sought to find UK’s most -loved childhood book character. ...

The seven best sights to see in London

There are so many things to do and see in the amazing City of London. Unfortunately as the list would be endless we can’t name them all, but we can however provide you with a list of seven of the best sights to see when you find yourself in the capital! ZSL LONDON ZOO ZSL London zoo is located just ...

Fashionable Ways To Explore London This Summer

    London in the summer, is there anything as beautiful in comparison? Below, we here at Union Times have discovered a few ways you fashionistas can ramble the city in the glorious sunshine. Well, we might as well be honest, there will be rain. From the obvious shopping and events to museums and otherwise, you’ll be sure to discover ...

Revamp Your Social Habits for Your Most Memorable Summer Yet

As humans, we find comfort and safety in patterns, but those same routines that we stick to like lifeboats can quickly sink into dull and unmemorable waters of predicability. So easily, we fall into the same social activities over and over again. Exhausted from work and errands, we want our free time to be as simple and relaxing as possible, ...

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