If you’re expecting clown shoes, daring tightrope walkers or the bearded lady you may be disappointed. The entertainment at this pan asian restaurant comes in the form of an eclectic mix of cabaret acts – Welcome to Circus London.
The end is nigh for these long dark nights. The clocks will be springing forward soon, supermarket shelves are brimming with hot cross buns and the daffodils are in full bloom – Hello Easter! Whether you’re heading down to London for an Easter treat or you already live in this glorious city. You need this post in your life.
Following it’s sell-out run last year Letters Live returned with a bang, celebrating the power of literary correspondence. And yours truly experienced the magnificent event on its final night, thanks to her ‘partner in all things fabulous’ Ms Mitchell.
Now I’m a million miles away from being a professional photographer, but since blogging its become crucial to up my ante on capturing the perfect snap. And there began my love affair with the Panasonic Lumix GX7.
The City usually abuzz with bankers and lawyers rushing about in their tunnel-vision march takes on a different guise at the weekend. Calmer, quieter and altogether more civilised, it’s a perfect place for Sunday lunch and of course Mother’s Day. View Post
Covent Garden well-known for its famous vegetable market back in the day is now a popular shopping and tourist site. We arrived on a cold Sunday afternoon with an end goal of dinner at The Ivy Market Grill and a mission from a very stern ballet teacher. View Post
After London Fashion Week comes London Fashion Weekend. A chance for mere mortals to live out their Anna Wintour dreams and dip their toes into the world of fashion and glamour.
Not the first place you’d think a vegetarian would choose for a spot of dinner. Fear not, the name only relates to the street name not the piggy food on offer. View Post