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Travelhoppers Goes Beyond Harrods: The Lowdown on London Shopping

Harrod’s may be the most iconic of London’s retail establishments, but don’t let that keep you from visiting other locales.  If you’d rather avoid the crowds and get a true taste of what Britain has to offer, try these lesser-known alternatives. 108 more words


A Younger Theatre: Twelfth Night, St Paul's Church - 29/06/2015

I went to see Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on Monday and I was kind of amazed by how much of it I actually understood! It was my first time seeing a Shakespeare play, my first time seeing a production outside AND my first time reviewing for A Younger Theatre… so a super exciting day for sure. 59 more words

Theatre Review

Cherry White new EP- ‘Staring at the Sun’

Folding the old school songwriting smarts of Fleetwood Mac into the contemporary edge of the Raconteurs, London based four piece Cherry White are an immediately impressive proposition. 289 more words


London's Lesser-Known Al Fresco Dining Spots

With a heat wave officially upon us, it’s that blink-and-you’ll-miss-it time of year when Londoners desperately seek places to congregate in the open air. In this over-packed city, finding somewhere relaxed to catch up with friends outside can be a tough ask – those places that do have good outside space are usually swamped & not particularly pleasant to spend time in. 777 more words


A foodie's guide to Indian street food in LDN

I was really excited to be recently featured as part of a monthly series on Flavourful World, an international food, wine and spirits blog that I’ve been keenly following for a while now.  746 more words

Eating Out

Guillaume Tell, a love and war affair

Covent Garden’s current Guillaume Tell production has created an uproar. I was there at the première.

Two nations at war – the aspect of the story the director chose to emphasise. 472 more words