Vault 2015 – Waterloo – Preview

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Vault Festival 2015 – Waterloo Tunnels: Today is the first day of Vault Festival – a creative, multi-arts event happening in Waterloo Tunnels.  If you’ve never been, Waterloo Tunnels is one of those venues that you SHOULD explore – a labyrinth of  Victorian arches that spread over nearly 30,000 square feet under the Waterloo Station […]

Guildhall Art Gallery – Victoriana and More

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Relaunch of the Guildhall Art Gallery: For a while I was based in the City of London, working in Love Lane. Literally a minute from the Guildhall, I can remember looking around the buildings from the outside and being taken into the Guildhall building itself by one of the taxi drivers who worked for LTI […]

Burns Night Supper with IWSC and Think.Eat.Drink

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Toasting The Bard Just A Bit Early – Burns Night Preview: With a great grandfather from Skye and a whole host of relatives on my father’s side hailing from the west coast islands it’s hardly suprising that I love Burns Night.  Originally held to commemorate the great bard’s death, at a certain point the supper […]

Lindt Chocolate and Wine Tasting Event at Vinopolis

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Chocolate and Wine – a Marriage Made in Heaven? While on paper the combination of chocolate and wine might sound delectable – especially if you are a chocaholic like me who is also fond of the odd glass – the reality is that matching chocolate and wine is regarded as quite challenging. Add to that […]

Stelle di Stelle, Harrods – The Ultimate Italian #HarrodsFood #StellediHarrods

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Stelle di Stelle at Harrods – Pinchiorri and Feolde: Occasionally there are invitations which, even at the busiest time of year, you have to find space for.  Stelle di Stelle at Harrods is one such event.  A five month programme of Michelin starred Italian chefs presenting their food in a pop-up at Harrods tucked away […]

Take Action Against Hunger – Make Tapas

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Iberica and Action Against Hunger Tapas Challenge: I’m a big fan of Iberica, the Spanish tapas restaurant.  I’ve been lucky enough to visit Iberica Farringdon for lunch and enjoyed some real treats – both classic and updated tapas dishes, all cooked impeccably. I do enjoy making tapas at home too.  While you might think making […]

The Tasting Room by Sourced Market

Pulled Pork and Brisket Slider

The Tasting Room Sourced Market’s latest pop up is the Tasting Room, a warm and inviting escape from the cold located right next to the Broadgate Ice Rink. Sourced Market is run by co-founders Ben O’Brien and Dan O’Neill to bring high quality food and ingredients to the public. The Tasting Room is a pop-up […]

Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte

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Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Christmas Party Feature by Lisa Hooper: In the very trendy surroundings of The Century Club in Leicester Square, the other night Nicolas Feuillatte showcased some of their Champagnes in the lead up to Christmas.  Nicolas Feuillatte is a relatively new kid on the block compared to some of the centuries-old Champagne Houses, […]

Shakespeare In Love Review

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Shakespeare in Love Guest Feature by Natalie York When I first heard that “Shakespeare in Love” was getting the West End treatment my initial response was, admittedly, to groan a little internally: another show based on a romantic movie. With “Ghost”, “The Bodyguard”, “The Commitments”, “Once” and all having packed out the London theatres it’s […]

The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Preview:  The Picture of Dorian Gray   Are you a little fed up with Christmas Schmaltz?  If so, here’s  a Christmas show that just might work for you. Mr. Gray is opening his beautiful home for the good people of London to enjoy a traditional Victorian Christmas. With gifts under the tree, candle-lit carols over […]

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