Emily Jupp

Emily is the Acting Music Editor of The Independent

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Grubs up! Why insects are the food of the future

A company in the UK has become the first to supply fresh insects for individual consumers as well as catering businesses

Father Luke Beckett takes Mass in the crypt

The habits of a lifetime: When you've already committed to the ascetic life of a monk, is there anything left to give up for Lent?

Emily Jupp entered the cloistered world of Ampleforth Abbey to find out

An eye on the future: Sony SmartEyeglass

There were plenty of new 'wearables' on offer at the Mobile World Congress but will head-up displays and smartwatches ever catch on?

It turns out that the future isn't orange, it's not in your hands, or on a tablet or in your smartphone. It can't be found in a tweet or a Facebook update. The future, according to the tech whizz-kids at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), is going to be strapped to your wrist, stuck to your forehead, sealed into your shoes and embedded in your clothes.

‘Notturnino’, by Thomas Hauert, part of tonight’s triple bill

Candoco: the dance company that’s challenging perceptions of disability

The UK's first professional dance group for disabled and able-bodied performers has embarked on a nationwide tour

Cheerleading: The not so glamorous reality

Think it's all pom-poms and big smiles? Think again

Bucket list boy Reece Puddington's final wish

A beach hut for sick children will be a lasting legacy

Shannon Tarbet, Polly Adams and Emilia Fox in 'Rapture, Blister, Burn'
An aerialist performs during Quidam, a show by Cirque du Soleil, at the Royal Albert Hall
Rhys Ifans plays Danny in 'Protest Song' by Tim Price at the National's Shed theatre

Protest Song, theatre review: 'Rhys Ifans is utterly convincing as an Occupy protester'

The Shed, National Theatre, London

Time to reflect: Fellah Hotel gives back to the community

Room service: A retreat with equal style and substance

Fellah Hotel, Marrakech

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