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Seafret at The Islington | Live review

Seafret at The Islington
LIVE REVIEW

Fresh off the back of their debut EP Give Me Something, acoustic duo Seafret sell out their first London headline show at The Islington. After recently breaking onto the Radio One BBC Introducing playlist, the little-known Bridlington [read more]

Bernhoft at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

Bernhoft at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

Norwegian multi-instrumentalist Bernhoft brings an impressive collection of loop boards and effects pedals to the stage at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, skilfully displaying his talent with the sequencing equipment (as well as with the [read more]

Streaming at the Pleasance | Theatre review

Streaming at the Pleasance
THEATRE REVIEW

Pipeline Theatre’s Streaming stands very sturdily on a tripod of fantastic writing, flawless character acting and innovative set design. So prepared, it creates a piece of theatre of such startling depth and rawness that it is impossible [read more]

Little Dragon at the O2 Academy Brixton | Live review

Little Dragon at the O2 Academy Brixton
LIVE REVIEW

Little Dragon frontwoman Yukimi Nagano glows from top to bottom, but she might as well be in silhouette, with only her form picked out in neon under blacklight. Behind Nagano, her three almost-familial bandmates, Erik Bodin, Fredrik Wallin [read more]

The Woman in Black: Angel of Death | Movie review

The Woman in Black: Angel of Death
MOVIE REVIEW

As a follow-up to 2012’s The Woman in Black, this sequel from director Tom Harper largely fails to reach the same chilling level as its surprisingly worthy predecessor. Set during the Blitz of World War II, a group of school children [read more]

Fayre of St James Christmas concert raises funds for Rays of Sunshine charity

Fayre of St James Christmas concert raises funds for Rays of Sunshine charity

The Fayre of St James event has become more than a tradition, it’s not only exclusive and unmissable, the social value of its celebrity auction is fundamental. Last night saw 500 Londoners, St James’s residents and VIPs including, [read more]

London bookshops: Five independent alternatives to WHSmith and Waterstones

London bookshops: Five independent alternatives to WHSmith and Waterstones

There is nothing like browsing in independent bookshops; they possess loveable quirks you just can’t find in the nationally uniform shops of WHSmith and Waterstones. So if you’re looking for a more original experience, look no further. [read more]

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse | Theatre review

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
THEATRE REVIEW

Simon Armitage presented his acclaimed translation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse this week to a rapt audience. The Playhouse itself is exquisite – intimate and beautifully lit, it couldn’t be more [read more]

Temples – Sun Restructured | Album review

Temples – Sun Restructured
ALBUM REVIEW

At the dawn of the music calendar, psychedelic rock awakened from its antecedent glories in the transcendence of British band Temples. Their debut album Sun Structures was a commercial triumph that bought psychedelic vibes to the [read more]

Nickelback – No Fixed Address | Album review

Nickelback – No Fixed Address
ALBUM REVIEW

Nickelback are the band that you just love to hate. It’s irrelevant whether that loathing is a result of Chad Kroeger’s irritatingly gruff voice, or the fact that he’s potentially the worst frontman to ever grace the rock [read more]

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