2071 – Climate Change Imagined

2071

Preview – The Royal Court presents 2071: FOLLOWING THE SUCCESS OF TEN BILLION, DIRECTOR KATIE MITCHELL RETURNS TO THE ISSUE OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN 2071 ​MITCHELL COLLABORATES WITH WRITER DUNCAN MACMILLAN AND SCIENTIST CHRIS RAPLEY 2071 IS A CO-PRODUCTION WITH THE DEUTSCHES SCHAUSPIELHAUS, HAMBURG What is happening to our climate? What do we know and how […]

Assado – Portuguese Goan Cuisine in Waterloo

Assado Goan Fish Curry

Exploring Colonial Influences in Indian Food – Assado: While fusion cuisine is all the rage, we tend to ignore the fact that every cuisine in the world has some elements of historic ‘borrowing’.  Just as language reflects a country’s heritage through borrowed words and sentence structures, national dishes are seldom free of international influences. Over […]

Chocolat Chocolat review just in time for #ChocolateWeek

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Custom made chocolate bars from Chocolat Chocolat. Guest review by Sarah James: I have to admit to being a bit of a chocolate snob, whilst not an expert in any sense, I really dislike a lot of mass produced chocolate.  Some just tastes synthetic, some is far too sweet, and some seems to lack the […]

Wild Geese Rum Cocktails

Wild Geese Bottles

Review of Wild Geese Rum is a drink that is definitely on the rise in its public perception! Traditionally us Brits would associate Rum with the Royal Navy, and the vast daily allowance of a pint a day that was probably designed to keep the sailors brave enough to do their horrendous job and not […]

The Bunk Inn – Thatcham

Upham Beers

A Day in the Country – The Bunk Inn, Curridge, Thatcham: While it’s fabulous to travel overseas, visiting places like India and Sri Lanka, sometimes I yearn for a bit of British countryside.  The recently refurbished Bunk Inn, part of the Upham Brewery Group, sounded perfect after a month away.  A bit of real England. […]

The Upper Deck – Hispaniola

The Hispaniola

Dining on the Upper Deck – Autumn Menu Launch It’s always fun to be invited to try a new seasonal menu.  Even more fun when the venue is the stunning Hispaniola, moored up on Embankment opposite the London Eye It’s a genuinely romantic setting.  And, luckily the preview was on a fine evening, when we […]

Olive-It Cooking Class with Jose Pizarro – Chicken Stew with Olives

Olive-It Cookery Event with Jose Pizarro

Jose Pizarro’s Olive-It Cooking Class: Regular readers of London-Unattached will know I am in the middle of moving house.  And, I’ve just come back from a series of wonderful but exhausting press trips to Oman, India and Sri Lanka.  So, it has to be something special to persuade me to leave my chaotic packing and […]

Lanes of London, Mayfair

Lanes of London - Sliders

Lanes of London – Park Lane’s Relaxed Bistro: Park Lane isn’t noted for well priced places to eat. Home to many of London’s finest hotels, for the most part those who chose to dine there do so in the knowledge that it won’t be a budget affair. So I was curious when I was invited […]

Hilton London Bridge TwoRuba Launch Party

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Launch of TwoRuba Bar at Hilton London Tower Bridge Tooley Street has come a long way since I used to work there in the early 90’s.  In those days, Hay’s Galleria was the showpiece of the newly developed London Bridge / Tower Bridge area and a walk too far up Tooley Street was pretty unrewarding.  […]

Photo Ruta Review

Brixton Street Art

Photo Ruta – Brixton Tour Review Guest Post by Alex James: I was interested in doing this tour as I feel photography is closely related to my University course and wanted to pick up some tips on how to do better photos with my phone. These days most of us have phones with pretty decent […]

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