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The Best of Me | Movie review

The Best of Me
MOVIE REVIEW

Opening with the false epic that comes with every Nicholas Sparks adaptation, The Best of Me promises tears, tantrums and tragedy from the outset. Another white trash guy meets posh girl with prejudiced father, Dawson and Amanda are doomed [read more]

London Restaurant Festival 2014: Chinatown Tour

London Restaurant Festival 2014: Chinatown Tour

The Chinatown tour, held by the London Restaurant Festival, aims to open people’s eyes to the rich and varied cuisine that can be found in the area – it’s not all Peking duck and all-you-can-eat buffets. The restaurants were chosen [read more]

White Night at Skylon | Restaurant review

White Night at Skylon
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Robust, complex and surprisingly versatile, the Bordeaux red is one of the culinary industry’s most revered icons. Served everywhere, from the humble bistros of France to the upper echelons of the world’s most acclaimed restaurants, [read more]

The Book of Life | Movie review

The Book of Life
MOVIE REVIEW

Releasing in time to capitalise on the upcoming Halloween festivities, The Book of Life is a fantastical animated movie for all the family, from the acclaimed Guillermo Del Toro working alongside Jorge R Gutierrez. Mexican Gutierrez brings [read more]

Guilt and Shame: Going Straight at the Soho | Theatre review

Guilt and Shame: Going Straight at the Soho
THEATRE REVIEW

Upstairs at Soho Theatre is a great space that showcases the work of emerging writers and allows them a platform to explore ideas. It’s great that there are well-respected spaces like this in the London theatre world, where we are [read more]

Alibis: Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern | Exhibition review

Alibis: Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Sigmar Polke is quite possibly one of the most resolutely eclectic artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Having died in 2010, his career as an artist touched and ran alongside some defining moments in recent history, which formed and [read more]

Best of BE Festival at the Barbican | Theatre review

Best of BE Festival at the Barbican
THEATRE REVIEW

The Barbican last week showcased a small variety of radical, provocative and groundbreaking performances at the Birmingham European Festival, bringing a taste of European art onto the UK stage. From Waltz to the Mambo by Hungarian group [read more]

MilkMilkLemonade at the Ovalhouse | Theatre review

MilkMilkLemonade at the Ovalhouse
THEATRE REVIEW

Set deep within the strange confines of agricultural America, MilkMilkLemonade is a discomforting and grotesquely captivating presentation of childhood. Emory is a fifth grader who lives on a chicken farm and wants to be a girl. His [read more]

Kerry James Marshall: Look, See at David Zwirner Gallery | Exhibition review

Kerry James Marshall: Look, See at David Zwirner Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Kerry James Marshall is a contemporary artist who earned his BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. His work primarily deals with portrayals of ultra black people in society, often showing them in ordinary situations. [read more]

London Film Festival 2014: Mr Turner premiere – a chat with the cast on the red carpet

London Film Festival 2014: Mr Turner premiere – a chat with the cast on the red carpet

At the very forefront of this year’s new wave of British biopics, Mike Leigh’s revelatory Mr Turner strides confidently into the 2014 London Film Festival. The film, starring the eponymous Timothy Spall, focuses on 20 years of the [read more]

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