When a new restaurant opens I’m prepared to be delighted and thrilled. I’m always on the lookout for impressive service – after all they’ve just opened– and innovative cooking in a fresh setting. Unfortunately the latest pizza venue on Elgin wasn’t up to meeting my starry-eyed expectations. The … Continue reading
Happy almost Xmas! London is settling in to the holiday season. The mad rush is on but soon we’ll get that peaceful lull that the seasonal exodus brings. If you’re at loose ends catch the last screening at Nomad Pop-up … Continue reading
As ever there is a lot to nibble on in London. We checked out The Gate’s latest production Yerma and, with the London Jazz Festival strutting in to town, The Park Lane Intercontinental’s new evening of Gin and Jazz. Nice stylings and top-drawer … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! There is much afoot in London… Increasingly determined protests in the shadow of St Paul’s move into their 3rd week . The new Harold Pinter Theatre launched its inaugural play “Death and the Maiden” with Thandie Newton at the helm … Continue reading
St Paul’s remains occupied and the protest is a moving, peaceful affair. Surprisingly small the tents are clustered to one side of the Cathedral leaving the entrances and steps fully accessible. Having worked for years in the shadow of St … Continue reading
Get ready for the week that is Frieze by kicking off a day early with the excellent East Pop exhibit re-homed from 12-18 Oct at London’s Red Gallery. And for hard-hitting drama check out doomed love and star-crossed politics in “Mixed Marriage“.
In honour of London Design Festival I’m all about the art and installations this week. In particular I’m looking forward to the “multi-dimentional” “This is… Circus” this Wednesday in Kingly St W1 hosted by Jodie Harsh. There is also the … Continue reading