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sketch Summer Afternoon Tea

Claimed to be a vibrant gastro-brasserie, sketch has long been one of London’s must see spots. Its interior aims to defy the ordinary, allowing its  restaurants to not only nourish the body, but tantalise the mind. 664 more words


Revealing pictures

For the next couple of months at least, the Drawing Room has relocated to the Scottish National Gallery, to coincide with the new GENERATION exhibition of the last 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. 301 more words

The Drawing Room

yummy afternoon tea

Every now and then the opportunity to indulge arises and I welcome it with open arms – or in this case with an empty stomach! 98 more words

Generation, 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland, RSA, Edinburgh

Generation is a widely varied programme of free entry exhibitions running at 71 separate venues all across Scotland this summer, as part of the celebrations around the Commonwealth Games and the Year of Homecoming. 269 more words

“No, I don’t think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly”

I’m strolling and I get a whiff of something. Not unusual in of itself, I consider, for I live in a shit hole. But no, this is not the mingled stench of bluster, tears and tarmac but a more questioning, allusive vapour. 476 more words



At the weekend I was sold a new car with a ‘black pack’ which would be £2,500 more on than the standard but very much the same kit – I think it just meant I got a black grill on the front of the car, but it looked pretty so I was happy.  375 more words

Fine Dining