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The Pierces at Shepherd’s Bush Empire | Live review

The Pierces at Shepherd’s Bush Empire
LIVE REVIEW

On 23rd September we joined The Pierces in the midst of their UK tour promoting new album Creation. The mature audience took a few songs to get warmed up but there was genuine depth of feeling in the atmosphere. The excellent acoustics and [read more]

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Artistic flair is a gift that only a few truly have and the unique style of English artist Michael Tompsett is the perfect example of genuine artistic flair. After working as a senior designer for a photographic studio in England for 12 [read more]

Rosenblatt Recitals: Javier Camarena at Wigmore Hall | Live review

Rosenblatt Recitals: Javier Camarena at Wigmore Hall
LIVE REVIEW

Lawyer Ian Rosenblatt launched the Rosenblatt Recitals series to support his fervently held belief that British audiences deserved “more frequent opportunities to experience truly great voices, generally only heard at the Royal Opera [read more]

The Babadook | Movie review

The Babadook
MOVIE REVIEW

Set in a faceless Australian town, Amelia is a single parent to her son Samuel, a six-year-old with roguish tendencies. He’s a spirited child with a wild imagination, obsessed with monsters and creating homemade contraptions to [read more]

iTunes Festival 2014: Ryan Adams at Roundhouse | Live review

iTunes Festival 2014: Ryan Adams at Roundhouse
LIVE REVIEW

Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Ryan Adams’ musical career is its sheer prolificacy and diversity, in spite of its relative brevity. Under various monikers, Adams has released a foray of material from country to black metal and [read more]

What We Did on Our Holiday | Movie review

What We Did on Our Holiday
MOVIE REVIEW

Love it or loathe it, Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkins’ television show Outnumbered has generated a staunch following, paying dividends for the writer/director duo who have now transferred their skills to cinema with upcoming family [read more]

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth | Exhibition review

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Hauser and Wirth have blacked out their windows for this exhibition, which itself says something about the charged content. As explicit, crude and provocative as ever, each of Paul McCarthy’s new paintings is a visual upsurge of wild [read more]

Albion at the Bush | Theatre review

Albion at the Bush
THEATRE REVIEW

Albion’s timing could not be more apt: while the union of the United Kingdom is in disarray, a working underclass of people are disillusioned with British politics, feeling increasingly marginalised and disenfranchised with the current [read more]

The Liberation of Colette Simple at Jackson’s Lane | Theatre review

The Liberation of Colette Simple at Jackson’s Lane
THEATRE REVIEW

Retrospectives of the 50s civil defence movement often reveal a disturbingly eminent humour in their harsh, unintentional juxtaposition of the idylls of “white-picket” society and the terrors of the nuclear threat. It is with [read more]

Original recipe of the week:  Savoury Spicy Banana Pancakes with Chive and Garlic

Original recipe of the week: Savoury Spicy Banana Pancakes with Chive and Garlic

We know it isn’t pancake day yet but let’s face it, who can resist a pancake? Delicious pancakes are popular in all cultures from Asian cuisine to British and European, whether savoury or sweet they just taste so good. We’ve [read more]

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