Art Review: Vincent Van Gogh Alive London

“This is no ordinary art exhibition” and with no actual paintings, but 38 huge screens magnifying 3,000 Van Gogh images you’d be wondering what he’d make of it all. The artist himself doesn’t quite come alive in this exhibition and might well be rolling in his grave, but finally counting up the money. Van Gogh […]

Dates for Paloma Faith with The Guy Barker Orchestra – Symphonic Grace Tour 2013

The Symphonic Grace tour will see Paloma Faith team up with 42-piece Guy Barker Orchestra to present full-blown orchestral arrangements of her own material mixed with classic jazz ballads, backing singers and fabulous costumes – expect Paloma Faith at her most epic. Tue 22 Oct 13  Bristol Colston Hall  0844 887 1500   Wed […]

Don Warrington and Dona Kroll for All My Sons

Casting details have now been confirmed for a major revival of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons – a co-production between the Royal Exchange Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company – which runs at the Royal Exchange from Wednesday 25 September to Saturday 26 October 2013. This collaboration will feature two of the country’s most distinguished actors […]

EE Customers Can Now Call, Text & Tweet Inflight

EE’s 26 million customers across the UK now have the option to use their own mobile phones inflight, thanks to AeroMobile. Passengers using all of the UK’s major mobile phone networks can now talk, text or browse online at 30,000ft, simply by connecting to the AeroMobile network. AeroMobile has over 220 agreements with mobile phone […]

Europe’s first ‘Social Ping Pong Club’ – Bounce

Paddles up for  Bounce – a unique flagship London venue that promises to deliver a new kind of night out featuring table tennis, cocktails and eclectic beats in a beautifully designed space. Opening on 29th September 2012 after 2 years in the making, Bounce  will be Europe’s first ‘Social Ping Pong Club’, taking inspiration from the explosion […]