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An edited version of this article appears in UrbanDandyLondon. On the Friday evening of the repulsive terror attacks in Paris, we carefully limited the news in our household mindful of the fears it might awaken in our 6-year-old. From Beirut through Paris, … Continue reading
The countdown clock at the official London Marathon Shop in Covent Garden continues to mark off time to this Sunday’s run. The Met confirmed that 40% more police will be called in to watch over the event but quite … Continue reading
An edited version of this review has appeared on MyVillage.com An inspiring and moving art collection sees the Tabernacle’s boutique gallery plastered floor to ceiling with colourful sketches and painting. These disarming works are unique, refreshing and offer an uncontrived … Continue reading
An edited version of this review has appeared on MyVillage.com David Davalos’ Wittenberg centres around whether “to believe or not to believe” with undecided scholar Prince Hamlet in the crossfire of wits as Theology lecturer Martin Luther and Philosopher Dr … Continue reading
An edited version of this review appeared in MyVillage.com… Proud Camden launched a new burlesque dinner this July and press night was a playful cheeky affair. Upon arrival we were greeted by jugglers who claimed hazy lighting was wreaking havoc … Continue reading
No need to cross the channel for Bastille Day! London goes Gallic spoiling residents and tourist alike with fantastique ways to celebrate the Blue-Blanc-Rouge. Parties: The French Institute’s screening of Jean Renoir’s classic “French CanCan” at the Cine Lumiere is … Continue reading
An edited version of this review appeared in MyVillage.com… Director Anna Ledwich brings Arthur Schnitzler’s 1926 novella, made famous by the movie “Eyes Wide Shut”, to the Gate Theatre this month. Under her direction Schnitzler’s tale of jealousy and hidden … Continue reading