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The Jugged Hare: Restaurant Review

Our latest dinner was a pre-theatre quick one at the The Jugged Hare, before pulling out around 7:15 to take our seats 15 minutes later at the Barbican to see a dirty play. 283 more words

Food

The outrageous fortune of Benedict Cumberbatch | Stage | The Guardian

Originally posted on The Guardian.

Twenty years ago, while he was still at school, Benedict Cumberbatch had his first chance to star in Hamlet. But, remembers Harrow drama teacher Martin Tyrell, he decided to concentrate on his A-levels instead. 157 more words

Reblogs

Plymouth Rocks!

We arrived in Plymouth via train after rushing about London for a weekend with eyes agog and mouths agape. We left via Paddington Station, yes, that Paddington, 540 more words

Urban Forest

London went through a phase of using concrete as a facing material for construction a few decades ago. It has not weathered well. The concrete now looks tired, drab and in need of a clean. 48 more words

Photography

Barbican- Babylon's Realm [Audio Addict Records]

Two dubby rollers from Barbican, the bubbling title track with it’s summery vocal refrain and heavy low end bass action and the deep mystical sounds ‘Infernal Dub’ with it’s hypnotic vibe and techy underpinnings, brand new and essential from Audio Addict Records… 8 more words

Drum & Bass

PRESS RELEASE: Linklaters hosts Couriers' flash-protest damning CitySprint exploitation

PRESSURE MOUNTS ON CITY SPRINT AS IWGB CONTINUES TO TARGET ITS CLIENTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

24th July 2015

Pressure mounted on City Sprint on Wednesday as the courier’s branch of the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) returned once again to City Sprint’s London offices, before protesting one of the firm’s biggest clients as part of the campaign to win the London Living Wage. 353 more words