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Original recipe of the week: Raw Hazelnut and Kale Pesto with Goat Cheese

Original recipe of the week: Raw Hazelnut and Kale Pesto with Goat Cheese

Eat clean but don’t be mean! Eating clean is a massive trend at the moment. The easiest way to do this is through raw cooking. Raw eating and cooking ensures that you get the food that you eat in the rawest, freshest and most natural [read more]

Charlotte Church at Riverside Studios | Live review

Charlotte Church at Riverside Studios
LIVE REVIEW

You may remember Welsh singer-songwriter Charlotte Church as the child prodigy of classical singing over a decade ago – her debut album Voice of an Angel reaching number one on the British classical chart, making her the youngest artist [read more]

Premiums Interim Projects 2014 at the Royal Academy | Exhibition review

Premiums Interim Projects 2014 at the Royal Academy
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The main difference between this exhibition and any other postgraduate art show is that, at the Royal Academy, students enjoy financial support through fee waivers and other bursaries. Halfway through their three-year course, 17 students [read more]

Nina Persson at Scala | Live review

Nina Persson at Scala
LIVE REVIEW

It’s been over a decade since Swedish pop group The Cardigans – after platinum successes and a fan base that boomed to Japan and beyond – took a break from working together. It’s been Nina Persson, the green-eyed frontwoman [read more]

PRS for Music: 100 Years of Music at Getty Images Gallery | Exhibition review

PRS for Music: 100 Years of Music at Getty Images Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Last night an eclectic bunch of musical artists, from Ivor Novello to Dizee Rascal and Arctic Monkeys to Joan Armatrading were housed within the minimalist and compact Getty Images Gallery, just off Oxford Street. In the form of portraits [read more]

Goldfrapp: Tales of Us (Live) | Movie review

Goldfrapp: Tales of Us (Live)
MOVIE REVIEW

Goldfrapp: Tales of Us is a bold short film comprised of a cluster of vignettes based on five songs from the beloved chanteuse Goldfrapp’s latest album, Tales of Us. With each respective vignette within the 30-minute anthology, a [read more]

Suzanne | Movie review

Suzanne
MOVIE REVIEW

In Katell Quillévére’s follow up to Love Like Poison, Suzanne, the French director yet again tackles complex family situations in her latest sophomoric offering. Sara Forestier notably gives a searing performance as the titular [read more]

Elton John: The Million Dollar Piano| Movie review

Elton John: The Million Dollar Piano
MOVIE REVIEW

Elton John brings us his Million Dollar Piano concert live from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in this once-in-a-lifetime show.  At the centrepiece of the performance is Elton’s specially commissioned million-dollar piano, by Yamaha, [read more]

Matthew Caws at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen | Live review

Matthew Caws at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
LIVE REVIEW

Nada Surf singer Matthew Caws played yesterday at the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen in front of an adoring and mature audience. It is not a case that the average age of the crowd was relatively old, as the New York band hit the peak of [read more]

The Jezabels at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

The Jezabels at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

When front woman Hayley Mary struts onto the stage with the rest of the band bouncing on beside her, the crowd begins to progressively cheer. Some in the audience haven’t even noticed the set has begun, until several lights beam down [read more]

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