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22 Jump Street | Movie review

22 Jump Street
MOVIE REVIEW

The dream team are sent back to recapture their youth all over again in this follow up to 2012’s 21 Jump Street, but this time they’re going to college. Cops Jenko and Schmidt are sent to annihilate the latest DIY drug supply – [read more]

Teleman at Rough Trade East | Live review

Teleman at Rough Trade East
LIVE REVIEW

Although there is something dangerously derivative in the music of this London based quartet – for instance Belle and Sebastian’s Stuart Murdoch-esque voice of singer Thomas Sanders, or a general sound taken from Pete and the [read more]

Theatrical dining pop-ups promise to feed our imaginations and appetites | Food & Drink news

Theatrical dining pop-ups promise to feed our imaginations and appetites | Food & Drink news

London’s Pimlico Gardens is to become the stage for a unique one-day production. The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute has enlisted experiential dining gurus Shuttlecock Inc., to create The Last Frontier, a pop-up celebration of Alaskan [read more]

The Young and Prodigious T S Spivet | Movie review

The Young and Prodigious T S Spivet
MOVIE REVIEW

It’s been 13 years since Jean-Pierre Jeunet released Amelie, an enchantingly romantic film that changed the face of French cinema in mainstream markets, placing it high on every must-see movie list since. Now the writer/director is back [read more]

I Declare War | Movie review

I Declare War
MOVIE REVIEW

Never before has the power of young children’s imagination been so well dramatised as in I Declare War. A dry, hot afternoon in the woods sees a group of 12-year-old school children playing an innocent game of “Capture the [read more]

The Botanist launches in Kew Green

The Botanist launches in Kew Green

The recently refurbished Botanist is no newcomer to the Richmond pub scene, having been open for a number of years; they closed their doors briefly for a facelift and revealed their new look in May. On entering it is clear that the place [read more]

Five Plays to See as Soon as You Can

Five Plays to See as Soon as You Can

London is steeped in exciting opportunities at the theatre, this summer more than ever. We give you our top five plays to see before they’re gone. A Human Being Died That Night Nicholas Wright’s stage adaptation of Pumla [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Caramel Brownies

Original recipe of the week: Caramel Brownies

Did you know that brownies have been around since the beginning of the 19th century –  who’d have thought it? We thought they were just a sweet treat developed to keep hungry kids quiet at lunch. There are many myths [read more]

Cucina Asellina at ME London Hotel | Restaurant review

Cucina Asellina at ME London Hotel
RESTAURANT REVIEW

London has more than its fair share of Italian restaurants. From fine dining establishments to neighbourhood trattorias and pizza chains, Italian kitchens are as ubiquitous as Starbucks. Cucina Asellina at ME London Hotel – the only [read more]

Leroy Hutson at Indigo2 | Live review

Leroy Hutson at Indigo2
LIVE REVIEW

Described by Rolling Stone as the one of “the best-kept secrets of 70s soul”, Leroy Hutson – acclaimed singer, songwriter, producer, arranger and instrumentalist – has experienced relative anonymity compared with his peers [read more]

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