Aneequa Sameen

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Aneequa is originally from Berkshire but has been living in London for almost ten years. She holds a BA in criminology and sociology and is passionate about creative writing, music and travelling. She loves attending gigs and exploring new sounds, and sings in an alternative rock band. Follow her on Twitter @neeqsy

  • Live music
    Astrid S at the Social

    Norwegian singer/songwriter Astrid S plays her debut show in London to a heaving, jovial...

  • Movie review
    The Divide

    Katharine Round’s new and enlightening documentary, The Divide, invites the audience into the lives...

  • Movie review
    The Sweeney Paris

    Adapted from the 70s crime drama The Sweeney and directed by Benjamin Rocher, The Sweeney...

  • Live music
    Sunset Sons at Koko

    Sunset Sons walk on to a background of sparkling LEDs and a maximum capacity crowd, opening...

  • Live music
    Nothing But Thieves at the Forum

    The crowd roar with anticipation as Sick by Queens of the Stone Age blares from...

  • Live music
    Emmy the Great at Islington Assembly Hall

    Following a recent hiatus, Emmy the Great is back in full swing with her...

  • Theatre
    Sunny Afternoon at the Harold Pinter Theatre

    Winner of four Oliver Awards, including Best New Musical, Sunny...

  • Album review
    Matt Corby – Telluric | Album review

    Corby’s debut album carries the sentiment of a personal diary in audio format, each song representative of another chapter of his life: the highs, the lows, passion and woes. His temperate and evocative tone has been well-produced and balanced effectively to fully showcase his range and technique, which is effortless and graceful. Undoubtedly, with...

  • Live music
    Jake Bugg at the Village Underground

    It’s hard to believe that Jake Bugg is only 22 years old, with a mature...

  • Live music
    Stiff Little Fingers at the Forum

    Belfast 70s punk rockers Stiff Little Fingers strode on stage to abundant...