International Busking Day – More Than Just Music at Wembley Park

International Busking Day is back on Saturday 16 July 2022 at Wembley Park and it’s not all about the music. Here are a few non music busking acts. Little Stars Circus Little Stars Circus is a school of aerial dance based in Essex. They teach children from age four through to adults and encourage our […]

Ring in the Jubilee with a Glass of the Queen’s Favourite Tipple in a 1950s Time Capsule Pub Pod

How about this for a fun thing to do in London to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? Step back to Coronation Day to ring in the Jubilee with a glass of the Queen’s favourite tipple in a 1950s time capsule pub pod, 135m above the London skyline. The pub pod, dubbed ‘The Queen’s Head‘ is […]

Campari Adds a Dash of Passion to the Red Carpet at Festival de Cannes

Carrying on with a cocktail theme we were delighted to be invited to toast Campari’s official partnership with 75th Festival de Cannes on a beach in the warm, salty night air. To mark Campari’s first year as an official partner of the Festival de Cannes, the brand hosted a spectacularly cinematic evening at the Palais […]

Journey Into The World of NoMad Cocktails at NoMad Hotel London

So this is not a ‘here are your ingredients, now go and make something, or a ‘here’s how I made this, now you try’. No, this cocktail experience was a bespoke meander down drinks memory lane with an in depth conversation, almost as a therapy session, with cocktail connoisseur Liana Oster, Director of Drinks at […]

From Bouffy to Buff: How At Home Custom Colour Hair Dye Kits For Men Have Come of Age with Colorsmith

“Wow you look fantastic, have you had something done?” Well yes, actually. A very subtle but effective colour for my hair from Colorsmith. I am sure like many, I’d given up on my hair during lockdown, my only product was hairspray and I embraced the Raine, Countess Spencer bouffy do for anything on zoom. What […]

Theatre Alert: Rula Lenska in Evelyn at Southwark Playhouse

In “Evelyn” Rula Lenska stars as unsuspecting landlady, Jeanne who takes pity on Sandra, a stranger who might not be who she says she is. Inspired by real life events, Evelyn is a story of mob-justice in modern day Britain that interrogates the question: when is justice really served? This unflinching piece of theatre takes a […]

Culture Meets Creativity in Tower Hamlets

Trapped in Zone One, a Tower Hamlets based arts collective have launched a new project called ‘Culture meets Creativity in Tower Hamlets’ in which they plan to create a new community mural in Shadwell Gardens celebrating culture in the borough. Trapped in Zone One are hosting a free creative workshop facilitated by Nodee Niranjana and […]

Get Whiskey’d Away in London Eye Pub Pod from Jameson

It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day and this is a chance to experience the ultimate Paddy’s Day bar experience in an immersive, rotating pub 443ft above the capital. lastminute.com London Eye’s 32 pods have been given a makeover inspired by Jameson’s Irish heritage – complete with fully functioning bar, dartboard, wooden barrel decor and dark green […]

Film Review: Berlinale 2022 Bees Pick of the Best

So this year’s Berlinale Bear dared to roar again! As the first major film fest to go full “in person” in these pandemic times, the festival directors Carlo Chatrian and Mariette Rissenbeek took a risk and it paid off. At 50% capacity most screenings were sold out and the film buzz, while subdued, entered the […]

Review: A Night With No Name

A deceptively titled, life-affirming experience back in a venue with others – singing, cheering, clapping and feeling connected again.  If you’ve not been to the theatre since pandemic restrictions were lifted in London I can tell you it’s good for the soul. Taking our seats up in the gallery at Cadogan Hall, squished on pews […]