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Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year: The Winners

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year: The Winners

Now in its third year, Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is an international competition, open to professional and amateur, old and young and offers a £5000 prize to the overall winner. The entries showcase photography of people [read more]

World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 preview

World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 preview

As it enters its 12th year, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014, sponsored by San Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, will be returning to London’s historic Guildhall for a prestigious ceremony on Monday 28th April. Organised [read more]

The 2014 National Fish and Chip Awards at Lancaster London Hotel

The 2014 National Fish and Chip Awards at Lancaster London Hotel

Since the competition started in 1987, the National Fish and Chip Awards have sought to raise standards and generate positive publicity for the industry. Having celebrated its quarter-century anniversary last year with awards hosted by [read more]

Sundance Film Festival 2014: celebrating 30 years of cinematic independence

Sundance Film Festival 2014: celebrating 30 years of cinematic independence

Since founding father and Hollywood icon Robert Redford created this event to showcase independent American film three decades ago, Sundance has evolved into one of the most influential star-makers on the film festival circuit. With global [read more]

Angela Lansbury returns to West End in Blithe Spirit at Gielgud Theatre

Angela Lansbury returns to West End in Blithe Spirit at Gielgud Theatre

Angela Lansbury is best known as intrepid murder mystery writer and amateur sleuth Jessica Fletcher from Murder, She Wrote. After a gap of 40 years, she returns to London to appear as Madame Arcati in Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit. It’s [read more]

UK wins the most awards at 2013 International Emmys

UK wins the most awards at 2013 International Emmys

The UK won three out of ten Emmy statues at the 41st International Emmy Awards ceremony, held at the Hilton New York, on Monday. SKY1′s Moone Boy – the story of 11-year-old Martin and his imaginary friend Sean Murphy, set in a [read more]

Fayre of St James charity Christmas concert at St James’ Church

Fayre of St James charity Christmas concert at St James’ Church

This December, Fortnum & Mason and Quintessentially Foundation will host their second annual Christmas concert – The Fayre of St James – in association with The Crown Estate. Taking place on Thursday 5th December, this magical [read more]

Global Angel Awards: Philanthropy, celebrities and music at the Roundhouse

Global Angel Awards: Philanthropy, celebrities and music at the Roundhouse

On Friday the Global Angels Foundation hosted the third annual Global Angel Awards ceremony at the legendary Roundhouse in Chalk Farm.  The awards honoured “inspirational people and businesses who are leading the way in philanthropy”. [read more]

Collider at the Science Museum | Exhibition review

Collider at the Science Museum
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Science Museum’s ambitious new exhibition Collider is dedicated to one of the greatest discoveries in the history of subatomic physics research. The London press scene were privileged to be able to pose a few questions to the two [read more]

Free Word Centre re-launches in Farringdon

Free Word Centre re-launches in Farringdon

Funded by Arts Council England, Free Word is a charity that brings together individuals and organisations working in the fields of literacy, literature and free expression to explore the transformative power of the word. The Centre on [read more]

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