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Silk and Grain in Cornhill | Restaurant review

Silk and Grain in Cornhill
RESTAURANT REVIEW

33 Cornhill has undergone something of a transformation. Nestled amongst high-end fashion retailers and giants of the financial world, it’s a location that’s demands excellence. The last occupant was The Door, a dark oyster bar and [read more]

Norte, The End of History | Movie review

Norte, The End of History
MOVIE REVIEW

There is very little that cinema should not do: any innovation or experiment ought to be welcomed as an attempt at finding a new means of expression. One such innovative filmmaker is Lav Diaz, whose Norte, The End of History, at 250 [read more]

Seinabo Sey at Notting Hill Arts Club | Live review

Seinabo Sey at Notting Hill Arts Club
LIVE REVIEW

Swedish supreme solo artist Seinabo Sey has had a limited amount of success in Scandinavia and the US – mainly through her groovy hit Younger – but has yet to truly capture the imagination of UK audiences, staying somewhat of [read more]

Exposure at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review

Exposure at Imitate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Located on Marylebone high street, Imitate Modern poses as a space where emerging artists are able to create a following. The gallery emphasises a frank, urban nature; most definitely achieved through the inclusion of fresh new faces that [read more]

In Lambeth at Southwark Playhouse | Theatre review

In Lambeth at Southwark Playhouse
THEATRE REVIEW

With the American and French revolutions serving as a backdrop to this philosophical, political and religious play, Jack Shepherd’s In Lambeth is a triumph in creativity and originality. The entire production takes place in William [read more]

Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack

Dodos, book swapping and what we’ve lost: an interview with author Steve Stack

Steve Stack is the author of the joyful, ticklishly funny bolt down memory lane 21st Century Dodos. The book is a collection of dead or dying artefacts from the past 40 years, exploring what they meant, what they mean and how much we might [read more]

17 at the Finborough | Theatre review

17 at the Finborough
THEATRE REVIEW

Scott’s whole world is overturned when his mum dies. So are the worlds of Lisa, Daniel and Leo, the family who take him in. Scott doesn’t seem to want to fit into their lives at all, and to further stir the simmering pot of tensions, [read more]

Oscar and the Wolf at Birthdays | Live review

Oscar and the Wolf at Birthdays
LIVE REVIEW

As a bright-eyed, spotty teenager a free live gig often meant seeing a friend’s band play in your local pub’s grotty back room, until they got told to keep the noise down or so much of the crowd left that they had to stop playing out [read more]

Believe | Movie review

Believe
MOVIE REVIEW

Among the hundreds of complex, novel and boundary breaking films that have been released over the past few years, Believe’s old-school aesthetic and simple plot line are refreshingly comforting. The stern and powerful Brian Cox takes up [read more]

Joe | Movie review

Joe
MOVIE REVIEW

David Gordon Green is becoming one of the most versatile Hollywood directors as his filmography is extremely varied, from absurd comedies to intense dramas. He says he needs to keep himself motivated and that the thread linking all of [read more]

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Silk and Grain in Cornhill | Restaurant review
Silk and Grain in Cornhill

33 Cornhill has undergone something of a transformation. Nestled amongst high-end fashion retailers and giants of the [read more]

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Speculation of Rita Ora being the new face of Italian label Roberto Cavalli became a reality this week as pictures of [read more]

Hannah Martin teams up with Selfridges
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Norte, The End of History | Movie review
Norte, The End of History

There is very little that cinema should not do: any innovation or experiment ought to be welcomed as an attempt at [read more]

Seinabo Sey at Notting Hill Arts Club | Live review
Seinabo Sey at Notting Hill Arts Club

Swedish supreme solo artist Seinabo Sey has had a limited amount of success in Scandinavia and the US – mainly [read more]

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