Being a young creative in London pretty much sucks right now. Our favourite clubs are being shut down (R.I.P Fabric), our cultural spaces are disappearing, tuition fees are sky high, wages are the lowest they’ve ever been and rent rates have never been higher. Our City is known for its diverse, multi-cultural art scene, but artists and young entrepreneurs are being priced-out. To investigate, for the next couple of weeks, we're asking young creatives currently living in the city, can we afford to be creative in London?
Being a young creative in London pretty much sucks right now. Our favourite clubs are being shut down (R.I.P Fabric), our cultural spaces are disappearing, tuition fees are sky high, wages are the lowest they’ve ever been and rent rates have never been higher. Our City is known for its diverse, multi-cultural art scene, but artists and young entrepreneurs are being priced-out. To investigate, from independent publishers to knitwear designers, we asked creatives currently living in the city, can we afford to be creative in London?
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