Live Theatre At Home – What’s On?

The Covid-19 virus has changed the world within just a few weeks. Almost all countries are afflicted by now with varying degrees of severity. This means we have to adapt, to conform, to take it into consideration. Nations are trying to fight it with all our resources, financially, physically, mentally. We do fear for our […]

Does Culture Matter?

As COVID-19 sends the UK into lockdown: does culture matter to you? And do you think it matters more now than it did before the pandemic? Every Sunday, you will be asked five questions about your week, how you filled your time, and how you wish you could’ve filled the time if the nation wasn’t […]

Berlinale 2020 – A Mirror of the 21st Century

Berlinale 2020 – One Year After Kosslik The charismatic head of the Berlinale, Dieter Kosslik left after 18 years with amazing successes attached to his name but also growing criticism about the programming of the festival. Instead of finding another Jack of all trades, the Berlinale decided to split the position into artistic director (Carlo […]

Motown Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr’s The Great March On Washington with Digital Release and VR Museum

The Great March On Washington – one of the most significant recordings made during the civil rights movement of the 1960s is available as a digital release for the first time. Recorded on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., on August 23, 1963, it was rush-released as an album in later that […]

Forty Five Kensington – Beef Steaks and High Stakes at this Boutique Casino

The latest place on the block is Forty Five Kensington which opened its doors following a multi-million-pound refurbishment, a stone’s throw away from the Natural History Museum and in the heart of South Ken’s buzzing bar and restaurant district. During the revamp, the team created a boutique venue with a décor of black and gold […]

Theatre Review: Cyrano de Bergerac with James McAvoy

I love Cyrano. That’s all… Director of the moment Jamie Lloyd has done it once again. After his defining season of Pinter plays culminated in the wonderful Betrayal, he started his residency at the Playhouse Theatre with the production of Cyrano de Bergerac. Yes, that golden Oldie, known for the big nose, hats, feathers and […]

Review: The Lehman Trilogy

This gem of a play had a sold-out run at the National Theatre and then transferred to West End’s Piccadilly Theatre for an equally successful run. It’s now set for Broadway in 2020, so no better time than to shine a light on it. Theatre Review by Bee. Starting with the crash of the Lehman […]

Optimise Your Personal Space in Crowded London

At first glance the PVC jacket looks unremarkable, however if the wearer feels their space is being encroached by others, the coat can be inflated via an electric pump into a valve in the jacket – creating a barrier between wearer and busy crowds. When inflated the Space Optimiser* jacket creates an exclusion zone of […]

New York – Bee Style

When you think of New York, you think of Broadway, the Statue of Liberty, the 9-11 Memorial or the MOMA. Famous landmarks for sure and not to be missed, but New York has other little gems, that offer brilliant experiences a bit left of center. Here are arts reviewer Sabine Bee Koch’s current picks: Brooklyn […]

Bermuda Beautiful at La Serena Spa

An Elemis BIOTEC face treatment at La Serena Spa at the Reefs Resort Bermuda took years off me – and a couple of hundred local bucks*. Being a bit of geek, I liked the look of the science around the Line Eraser treatment with its galvanising micro currents, flashing lights and blasts of oxygen. Sounds a […]