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The Jezabels at Oslo Hackney | Live review

The Jezabels at Oslo Hackney
LIVE REVIEW

Through a bright mass of neon lights and deafening drums, indie four-piece The Jezabels enter the stage, a bristling crowd waiting expectantly beneath them. Since their formation in 2007 their alternative rock has carved them out a cult [read more]

The Carnabys at the Barfly | Live review

The Carnabys at the Barfly
LIVE REVIEW

Richmond band The Carnabys won the London leg of the Battle of the Bands competition and has since been praised all over the Internet. They are now gaining a big following through frequent live shows, with a recent European summer tour and [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Overnight Sesame Quinoa

Original recipe of the week: Overnight Sesame Quinoa

We’re sure you’ve heard of the craze “overnight oats”. We’ve decided to step it up a notch and make the fad even healthier (and yummier!). A dairy-free alternative to almond milk oats, the sesame seeds deliver a [read more]

Bernhoft – Islander | Album review

Bernhoft – Islander
ALBUM REVIEW

Silver-tongued Norwegian singer Bernhoft has just released his third studio album, Islander. Devotees of Soul are most certainly in for a treat with this new release, which has an added contemporary twist.  If you’re not familiar [read more]

Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album at the Royal Academy | Exhibition review

Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album at the Royal Academy
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The actor Dennis Hopper was best known as a real free spirit, who happened to survive considerable drug use in the 1960s and lived to make some classic movies such as Easy Rider and Blue Velvet. Hopper was also a successful artist, and as [read more]

Great Britain at the National | Theatre review

Great Britain at the National
THEATRE REVIEW

For legal reasons, Great Britain by Richard Bean (known for his successful One Man, Two Guvnors) has been in secret rehearsals before the verdict of the Rebekah Brooks trial was announced. Crashing The National Theatre’s website after a [read more]

Red Forest at the Young Vic | Theatre review

Red Forest at the Young Vic
THEATRE REVIEW

Facing persecution, imprisonment and seeking political asylum are not the usual results of creating theatre, yet for Belarus Free Theatre this is a reality. Formed in 2005 under Europe’s last surviving dictatorship the company have been [read more]

Thriller Live at The Lyric | Theatre review

Thriller Live at The Lyric
THEATRE REVIEW

Now in its 6th year, the record-breaking West End show Thriller Live marked the fifth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death with the debut of its newest cast member - lead female performer Cleopatra Higgins. Cleo shot to fame in her [read more]

BP Portrait Award 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery| Exhibition Review

BP Portrait Award 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

This annual painted portrait competition has become something of a necessary fixture to the London calendar. This year’s selection is of exceptionally high quality, with many impressive and fascinating works. From 2,377 international [read more]

The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at The Tricycle | Theatre review

The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at The Tricycle
THEATRE REVIEW

Written by OBIE winner Adam Bock (The Thugs, The Drunken City) and directed by Trip Cullman (previously described as “Off-Broadway’s IT Director”) The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a black comedy, profiling the high [read more]

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