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 […]

ConsortiQ Lends Drone Expertise to Team of Anti-Poaching Filmmaking Activists: Official Sponsors of Cycling for Rangers

  Global integrated drone solution specialists, ConsortiQ is proud to be helping the cause of the Cycling for Rangers project, named as an official sponsor of the mission. In partnership with the For Rangers charity, four adventure and wildlife loving friends will embark on an 8,000 km cycle from Johannesburg to Nairobi, meeting park rangers […]

GŌNG Star Bartender Nights Kick Off With The Clumsies from Athens

There’s a new season of adventurous cocktails at GŌNG – with creations from some of the world’s star bartenders high up over London on level 52 as The Shard nears its highest point.   Expect lab-style cocktail creations and no holding back, as GŌNG transforms for its first Star Bartender nights of the year.  The […]

Chai Thali – Your Next Stop!

If you like off-the-beaten-track kinda places, you’ll love Chai Thali in Camden. It’s tucked away on the ground floor of warehouse a couple of blocks back from Camden Street and you’re very unlikely to stumble upon it, but it’s well worth the diversion. It’s Indian street food but in huge portions, described as small plates […]

Relaunch: Borderline Soho 

A long-standing centre point in Soho, Borderline will be relaunching in March 2017, with a sleek design and live music and nightlife programming. New owners DHP Family are the people behind Hackney’s Oslo, Nottingham’s Rock City and The Garage in Islington. Since launching in the late 80s, the likes of R.E.M, Rage Against The Machine, […]

New Opening: Nobu Hotel Shoreditch

It’s the first European hotel from the Nobu Hotels brand and will open in June 2017.  The hotel will have 143 guest rooms and 7 suites, as well as an iconic dining experience at the brand new Nobu Shoreditch restaurant. Set back from the lively cultural hub of ,Great Eastern Street, Nobu Hotel’s expressive design […]

KOKS awarded Faroe Islands’ first star from the Michelin Guide

KOKS in the Faroe Islands has been awarded a star, by the Michelin Guide Nordic Countries 2017 – the first ever to be given to a Faroese restaurant.  René Redzepi has made the New Nordic Kitchen known throughout the world, and now KOKS Chef Poul Andrias Ziska represents the next generation. The Faroe Islands, a […]

Tiger Prawn with Sweetcorn and Chilli By Ching He Huang

A quick and tasty stir-fry that is symbolic for Chinese New Year. Prawns symbolise happiness as they are homonym for ‘laughter’ and their reddish colour is synonymous with ‘luck’. The yellow colour of the corn resembles small nuggets of gold symbolizing ‘wealth’.gold symbolizing ‘wealth’.  Tiger Prawn with Sweetcorn and Chilli  Serves two  as a main […]

The Big Mac Index  

The euro and the pound are undervalued against the dollar by 24% and 18.7% respectively according to the latest Big Mac index, the patty-powered currency guide from The Economist. A Big Mac currently costs $5.06 in America but €4.06 in the Eurozone and £3.73 in Britain, showcasing the euro’s drop to just $1.05, its lowest level […]

Pineapple Shortcakes: Reinventing a South East Asian Classic

With an original Malaysian recipe at its heart, these pineapple shortcakes hold the foundation of a time-honoured favourite. These handcrafted gourmet treats from Hong Kong without artificial flavours or preservatives, use ingredients to create the ultimate ‘moreish’ experience – geddit? They are crumbly, buttery and full of flavour – perfect with a cup of tea! Founders […]