Post Tagged with: "London"

The 2014 Tube Strikes

February 8, 2014 8:51 pm0 comments
The 2014 Tube Strikes

I read on a friend’s Facebook update (yes, I still haven’t jumped ship fully, I fear) words to this effect: ‘Even when London is in dire financial straits, the TFL will still hold the working people of this city to ransom. We must never forget this.’ It is, of course, […]

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The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town

February 7, 2014 4:30 pm0 comments
The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town

London is well known for its nightlife, with an amazing selection of renowned and awesome bars. But what about the unknown ones? I’m talking about London’s secret bars. You may have heard about The Breakfast Club. It’s great, especially the pancakes – I didn’t realise until my visit there that […]

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Coriolanus Takes Center Stage

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Coriolanus Takes Center Stage

Review of Coriolanus at Donmar Warehouse, London, 30/01/2014 On the 30th of January, Coriolanus broadcast live around the world from the Donmar Warehouse in London. The Shakespearean play is one of the least known amongst his work, and scepticism has haunted many views surrounding the play as to how the dramatic […]

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Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

January 29, 2014 6:55 pm0 comments
Poeticat At Hootananny’s Brixton – 24/01/14

If you ever feel like life is becoming boring, dull, or repetitive: then look no further. Poeticat are the band to see. The band consisted of Catherine Martindale (or Cat-performance poet), Vic Meadowcroft (percussionist), Ziggy Jadowzski (Vocal Harmonist), Baj Kendrick (guitarist), his brother (drummer) and of course, Dr. Goat Foot […]

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Job Insights: An Interview with Emma Parker of Coutours

December 26, 2013 3:07 pm0 comments
Job Insights: An Interview with Emma Parker of Coutours

With such a rich, intriguing and occasionally very bizarre history, London is rife with iconic landmarks, charismatic old buildings and hidden secrets – but whether a resident or a tourist, there is so much to explore, it can be a little overwhelming when deciding on what to see or do… […]

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RÜFÜS @ Madame Jo Jo’s, London. And Interview

December 11, 2013 7:33 pm0 comments
RÜFÜS @ Madame Jo Jo’s, London. And Interview

Madame Jo Jo’s, when I first heard that the next act I would be reviewing and interviewing were to be playing at this venue I couldn’t help but wonder about what kind of spectacle I would be witnessing. Infamous for it’s burlesque nights, I wondered how exactly I would go […]

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KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

November 30, 2013 11:21 am0 comments
KT Tunstall @ Theatre Royal London – 17.11.2013

I kind of missed out on the KT Tunstall thing when she was really big, though she is still a very much recognised name and obviously has more than enough pull to sell out the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.  But then, her demographic is a very mixed bag.  On […]

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“I only spray people I admire” – Interview with urban street artist Pegasus

November 28, 2013 2:11 pm0 comments
“I only spray people I admire” – Interview with urban street artist Pegasus

Pegasus is an American urban street artist based in London. His stencilled pieces display an ironic and sometimes controversial portrayal of popular culture’s most recognizable icons. He has worked in the north, south and east London areas, most notably in Islington, Camden, Hackney, Shoreditch and Lambeth. He paints unauthorised art […]

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