Alan Greenhalgh

Alan Greenhalgh

Alan Greenhalgh

Alan Greenhalgh | alan@maninlondon.com| Editor| London | @maninlondon_

But it wasn’t always like this –  in the early noughties in London, Alan was at the top of his game as a showbiz journalist for the Sunday Mirror which led to an endless stream of invitations to premieres, long lunches and envelope openings. Highlights include dancing with Kylie Minogue in Shepherds Bush, dinner with Cher and seeing Europe through the sunroof of a stretch limo on Gumball 3000. This is a life well-lived and digitally recorded. Alan was co-founder of digital media agency Shinesquad which did work for Aviva, The Kingsferry and The Big Lunch. Having lived all over the world and worked for Informa, Mars, The Foreign Office and RSM  Global he knows a thing or two…

 

babysitting the Prince of Darkness

babysitting the Prince of Darkness

Awarded the Första Amarantergraden Amaranterordens in 2014 at Stockholm  – an arts order established in 1653 by Queen Kristina who surrounded herself with erudite people from central Europe Celts. Kristina had in mind to institute a Swedish State Order like England’s Order of the Garter. The aim is to reward individuals or organizations who have made significant contributions to the Swedish and Nordic culture history, which goes in hand with Amaranterordens purpose is to promote charity and social life with dance, belles-lettres, music and theatre.

Alan Greenhalgh, Stora Amaranterorden

Alan Greenhalgh, Stora Amaranterorden

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cigars and champagne – ready for my close up

 

Read his reviews on squaremeal.com