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Taste of London Winter: the capital’s food festival is back with festive treats

Taste of London Winter: the capital’s food festival is back with festive treats

Can you hear it? The faint ringing of sleigh bells, the soon-to-be-regretted booking of office parties and the smug chatter of those who have already secured their gifts, hampers, cards, wreaths and kitchen sinks months ahead of schedule. [read more]

Moon Gangs and Cheatahs at The Lexington | Live review

Moon Gangs and Cheatahs at The Lexington
LIVE REVIEW

The Lexington has quickly become a staple on the London music scene, showcasing bands just as they’re taking off, alongside those with well-established cult followings. Moon Gangs opened the night with a distinct but appropriate deep [read more]

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

Despite no new material, having broken up in 1998, indie-punk duo Carter USM have had more rebirths than horror villain Michael Myers. After reforming temporarily to the original twosome in 2007, they sold tickets on the basis of A [read more]

Jack White at the O2 Arena | Live review

Jack White at the O2 Arena
LIVE REVIEW

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Jack White would use a show on the biggest stage in London as a great opportunity to exclusively plug his second solo album, the stylishly diverse Lazaretto. However, he wanted to end his tour year [read more]

Sheltered at the Tabard | Theatre review

Sheltered at the Tabard
THEATRE REVIEW

Sheltered by Greg A Smith is a seriously funny, intense piece of art. Set in today’s west London, we meet a typical middle class family with a dark and underlying twist. It’s Christmas Day and a homeless man has been welcomed [read more]

Bellowhead at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Bellowhead at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

One of Bellowhead’s many achievements during their decade as an award-winning traditional folk act is the brewing and branding of their own ale. Entitled Bellowhead (Hedonism), the manufacturer Potbelly Brewery describes it as: [read more]

Cécile B Evans: Hyperlinks at Seventeen | Exhibition review

Cécile B Evans: Hyperlinks at Seventeen
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Hyperlinks is an audacious new exhibition by award-winning Belgian-American artist Cécile B Evans at Seventeen gallery. The full title of the exhibition – Hyperlinks, or it didn’t happen – alludes to an Internet challenge: if [read more]

Oscar and the Wolf at Electrowerkz | Live review

Oscar and the Wolf at Electrowerkz
LIVE REVIEW

Electrowerkz is renowned for hosting some of the most exciting, rising young electronic artists – and tonight was no exception. Hailing from Belgium, electro-pop band Oscar and the Wolf have already opened for some huge acts such as [read more]

The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection | Exhibition review

The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The past was not always as sexually repressed as people believe, something visitors to The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection are brought to realise. As visitors enter they are confronted with a cavalcade of cases containing [read more]

Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo at St James’s Church | Live review

Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo at St James’s Church
LIVE REVIEW

Say what you will: concerts in churches are almost universally awful. Beautiful setting and decent acoustics aside, in any other venue the generally obscured viewing, uncomfortable pews, and limit of one lavatory per gender would devastate [read more]

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