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Gorgon City at The Forum | Live review

Gorgon City at The Forum
LIVE REVIEW

Electro-dance duo Gorgon City have been dominating the UK charts with their singles since 2013, but it wasn’t until earlier this year that the two finally released their long-awaited debut album, Sirens. We dropped by on their [read more]

Ben Frost at St John-at-Hackney Church | Live review

Ben Frost at St John-at-Hackney Church
LIVE REVIEW

24 hours before the show, Ben Frost tweeted he was “humbled and excited at the prospect of sharing the stage with Tony Conrad and John Chantler”. A surprisingly jam-packed and sophisticated crowd clearly felt the same way, and tonight [read more]

Lykke Li at Hammersmith Apollo | Live review

Lykke Li at Hammersmith Apollo
LIVE REVIEW

Swedish indie-pop singer/songwriter Lykke Li first came to our attention with her stunning performance of Little Bit on Later…with Jools Holland way back in 2008. The world fell in love with her “powdered-sugar pop”, and [read more]

Get on Up screening with Heineken Star Access

Get on Up screening with Heineken Star Access

Trying to compress the turbulent and triumphant life of James Brown, the self-styled “hardest working man in show-business”, is something of a challenge for any film. Yet Get on Up certainly tries hard to realise it. Presented [read more]

Electricity | Movie review

Electricity
MOVIE REVIEW

Against the sound of falling two-pence coins, Agyness Deyn’s Lily sits behind a sheet of glass offering change for arcade machines in exchange for crumpled notes. When a charming young man asks for her name along with his handful of [read more]

Not About Heroes at Trafalgar Studios | Theatre review

Not About Heroes at Trafalgar Studios
THEATRE REVIEW

As the centenary passes, a loud, impassioned debate continues to lay siege to the legacy of the First World War, with each side establishing its heroes and denouncing its villains while accusing the other of unscrupulous political agendas. [read more]

Adam’s Eve at the Drayton Arms | Theatre review

Adam’s Eve at the Drayton Arms
THEATRE REVIEW

The new play by Simon David, Adam’s Eve at the Drayton Arms Theatre, is a modern interpretation of the fall from the Garden of Eden. Performed by the Blued Ink Theatre Company, Adam’s Eve depicts a number of situations and events, [read more]

Kate Boy and Joywave at XOYO | Live review

Kate Boy and Joywave at XOYO
LIVE REVIEW

Among the T-shirt-wearing young indie hipsters and plugged-in 30-somethings in the smoky low-lit basement of Old Street nightclub XOYO, there is a neon sign that reads “I Feel Love”. For one band in particular in tonight’s line up, [read more]

Siro-A at the Leicester Square | Theatre review

Siro-A at the Leicester Square
THEATRE REVIEW

Siro-A is a team of Japanese performers who have been dubbed the new Blue Man Group. Although their performance contains an impressive light and dance show, as well as some very amusing moments, it is perhaps a bit misguided to hold them [read more]

Alexis Gabriel inspires with Le Parfait preserves masterclass at Made in Hackney

Alexis Gabriel inspires with Le Parfait preserves masterclass at Made in Hackney

Hidden beneath a health food shop, Made in Hackney has been helping to bring the joy of cooking to local residents since 2011. This clever little community kitchen makes the most of limited space to create a cosy hideaway that’s ideal [read more]

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