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SEEN at Opera Gallery | Exhibition review

SEEN at Opera Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Artist SEEN is currently showing at the Opera Gallery. His style is a blend of pop and street art, putting together a seductive, appealing and engaging exhibition. SEEN, also known as Richard “Richie” Mirando, was born in the [read more]

Hostage Song at the Finborough | Theatre review

Hostage Song at the Finborough
THEATRE REVIEW

While this new musical has a very current issue as its overall theme, its plot is unremarkable. A fairly short running time of an hour and 15 minutes with no interval, Clay McLeod Chapman and Kyle Jarrow attempt to cover a lot of possible [read more]

Idomeneus at Gate | Theatre review

Idomeneus at Gate
THEATRE REVIEW

Greek mythology is sized down within the close quarters of Notting Hill’s Gate Theatre, a wonderfully small venue for a play of such epic proportions. The work is inspired by Homer’s Iliad, which refers to the myth of Idomeneus - a [read more]

Welcome to New York | Movie review

Welcome to New York
MOVIE REVIEW

Gérard Depardieu stars as the controversial lead in Abel Ferrara’s corrupt tale of a powerful economic player, in more than one sense of the word. The picture opens by telling the audience that the story they are about to see is based [read more]

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared | Movie review

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared
MOVIE REVIEW

Felix Herngren’s screen adaptation of Jonas Jonasson’s book The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared is a brilliant depiction of love for life. On his 100th birthday, Allan (Robert Gustafsson) leaves his [read more]

Vikki Stone at London Wonderground | Comedy review

Vikki Stone at London Wonderground
COMEDY REVIEW

Instrumental is Vikki Stone’s new show, playing for the first time in London before it heads up to Edinburgh. At first sight it lives up to its name: the stage is stuffed with instruments from the recognisable – piano, trumpet, [read more]

Bathhouse: The Musical at Above the Stag | Theatre review

Bathhouse: The Musical at Above the Stag
THEATRE REVIEW

Debuting in London after huge success in the United States back in 2006, Bathhouse: The Musical is a raunchy, high-energy production that will leave you giggling in your seats. Written by Tim Evanicki and Esther Daack, the very loosely [read more]

Ruinart Rosé Salon 1764 at The Goring Hotel: the must-visit pop-up bar for champagne lovers

Ruinart Rosé Salon 1764 at The Goring Hotel: the must-visit pop-up bar for champagne lovers

Step back in time to 1764, when Ruinart created the first rosé champagne. Come and experience Ruinart rosé as people would have done in the 18th century at the Ruinart Rosé 1764 Salon in the enchanting garden of The Goring Hotel. A [read more]

Dream of a Perfect Sleep at the Finborough | Theatre review

Dream of a Perfect Sleep at the Finborough
THEATRE REVIEW

Gene and Mary are old – dying in fact. While Mary fights the onslaught of dementia, sporadically falling into fantasies of being a Sumerian fertility goddess, Gene is diagnosed with a terminal illness, shattering his hopes of being able [read more]

Vanessa Paradis at The Forum | Live review

Vanessa Paradis at The Forum
LIVE REVIEW

A touch of French glamour lit up The Forum at Kentish Town last night thanks to the London stop of Vanessa Paradis’ latest tour that featured, apart from a series of tracks from her 2013 album Love Songs, a selection of her famous hits [read more]

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