Mona Lisa: Secret In The Eye

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder  – and no more so than in this Mona Lisa’s eye. Take one forger and one miniaturist  and ask them to come up with an art world “Very First To…” and this is what they created: a painting within a painting. That’s one in the eye […]

Star In Your Own Photoshoot… for £170k

Luxury launches website VeryFirstTo.com, in association with luxury fashion outlet district Hackney Walk, is offering the unprecedented opportunity to live like a supermodel on a remarkable two week trip. “Star In Fashion Shoots By Top Fashion Photographer At 6 Global Iconic Locations Living Like A Supermodel For A Fortnight” The couple that  buys this sartorial sojourn will […]

Christmas at Blenheim, 2017

Festive Illumination for England’s Finest View Following a successful first year Christmas at Blenheim returns; transforming the Formal Gardens and ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland into a winter wonderland the magical Christmas trail will open from 24 November, 2017 – 1 January, 2018. The new 2017 trail will showcase the landscape from a different point of view. […]

Study Reveals: World’s Best LGBT+ Cities

Madrid places first in the 2017 Best LGBT Cities List, scoring an impressive 23.56 out of a possible 25 Berlin ranks first in the LGBT nightlife category but only sixth overall, held back by LGBT rights laws in Germany Tel Aviv is the highest ranking city outside of Europe and North America, ranking as the […]

Cool Blue at Park Plaza London Waterloo

Park Plaza London Waterloo Premieres as a new sanctuary for London adventures… Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts’ newest hotel opens in the heart of London’s South Bank Biggest hotel opening in London for 2017. Contemporary upscale brand Park Plaza has opened a new hotel the Park Plaza London Waterloo. Maninlondon is big fan of the […]

Rainbow Salad Pride

Restaurant, bar, music venue and all-round Scandi-h(e)aven OSLO Hackney are launching an all-new ‘Rainbow Salad’ for the duration of London Pride, Saturday 24th June – Sunday 9th July.    Each ‘Rainbow Salad’ sold will donate £1 to the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG).   The UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG) is a charity that promotes equality […]

​REVIEW: Barbican’s Sound Unbound 2017

Here’s Sabine Koch’s take on Sound Unbound… When I asked, back in 2015, if this was supposed to be a recurring event, staff from the Barbican said “maybe, hopefully.”  Well, two years later and the Barbican did it again. After the smashing success of the first instalment, the organisers have put together another world class […]

Spring Jousting Tournament at Blenheim Palace

Enjoy an exciting historical jousting tournament at Blenheim Palace from 29th April – 1st May. Recreating the glorious jousting matches of Britain’s 13th Century, knights will do battle in a daring display of bravery and skill. Taking place on May Bank Holiday weekend on the South Lawn at Blenheim Palace the Knights of Royal England […]

The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains

The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains Presented by Pink Floyd, the V&A, and Iconic Entertainment Studios Sound Experience by Sennheiser. Only one month until the blockbuster exhibition of the year opens! #TheirMortalRemains is the first international retrospective of one of the world’s most pioneering and influential bands. The exhibition will take you through Pink […]

Hamlet: to be or not to be?

Review by Sabine Koch  – aka the bee Andrew Scott has been a champion of contemporary theatre for all of his career. I have been fortunate enough to have seen him in three productions and there was no way that I would miss out on him finally tackling the Bard. Contrary to other plays, I […]