BORN N BREAD’s first creative outlet was a zine called “Black”, a cut-and-stick celebration of London culture and critique which combined their various interests. Although still making zines, they’re now they’re best known for a hilarious bi-weekly NTS show which they describe as a way to express themselves as “artists, friends, sisters and as multi-faceted women.” The freedom of the show is cited as particularly important, as “most of the time we are silenced as women and as black people. We tell our own stories, our own truths, our struggles and triumphs with no interruptions or wrong interpretations”. This refreshingly honest and personal conversation has rightly earned them a place as a platform for smart, open discussion among Londoners. It’s not all heavy though, they make sure to add that “if you tune in expect a lot of laughs”.