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  The arts industry is one of those sectors that relies on human interaction, whether it is to experience a live

Starting a new year in lockdown has a lot of us in a slump. Who hasn’t needed some help to

Katayoun Jalilipour is a writer, performer and lecturer that knows all about putting on a performance.

THIIIRD Magazine speaks to singer song-writer Ruth B about spending alone time to actualise passions and sense of self during

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Katayoun Jalilipour is a writer, performer and lecturer that knows all about putting on a performance.

Rolls, body hairs and stretch marks, all those body features that we hardly ever come across when scrolling through our Instagram feeds. Illustrator Pink Bits made them the pièce de

Model and disability activist Jillian Mercado speaks to THIIIRD about her journey into modelling, her life with muscular dystrophy and how she is using her experience to inspire others. Interview by

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    Christmas is fast approaching, and this year we all know how important it is to be mindful about where we put our money, in order to help small businesses after

    MCQ's debut collection, Genesis II, emphasises accreditation and collaboration with a new platform led by emergent global creatives, and fuelled by creativity and a ‘test and thrive, test and learn’

    In comparison to its neighbouring regions, Iran not only permits gender confirmation surgery, but subsidises it. On the surface, in ‘putting their money where their mouth is,’ Iran’s support and advocacy

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    THIIIRD Magazine speaks to singer song-writer Ruth B about spending alone time to actualise passions and sense of self during lockdown.

    Denai Moore is back, this time serving us her new album, Modern Dread, a contemplative collection of electronic sounds and poetry exploring the nature of our collective present and future. 

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    “It is mystifying that the UK’s general response to George Floyd’s death has been to pat itself on the back and thank the Queen that it is not like that

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      The arts industry is one of those sectors that relies on human interaction, whether it is to experience a live theatre performance, music in a venue or at a festival

    Starting a new year in lockdown has a lot of us in a slump. Who hasn’t needed some help to get their energy in gear or kickstart a new routine?

    With a special focus on how the viral #EndSARS hashtag has helped galvanize people to demand justice for the people of Nigeria, we talk with Chioma Agwuegbo, and discuss the

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