• Letters Live 2016 – Packages of pure joy

    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…

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    The Panasonic Lumix GX7 review – My new toy

    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…

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    Bread Street Kitchen St Pauls – A mother does not live on bread alone

    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, Bread Street Kitchen…

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    The Ivy Market Grill – Ballerinas and courgette fries

    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…

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    London Fashion Weekend – Frocks, freebies and blue steel

    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…

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    The Ham Yard Hotel – A fab Tuesday energiser in Soho London

    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. a…

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    ABQ London – Wanna Cook?

    PLEASE NOTE: ABQ LONDON HAS NOW MOVED TO: 18 Bohemia Place E8 1DU Picture the scene. A cold, windy evening on a dark, eerie deserted street in Shoreditch. February 14th.…

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    Tonic & Remedy – Birthday treats

    Birthday treats for my sister-in-law, this year was a food fest at Tonic & Remedy. A restaurant inside the five-star hotel M by Montcalm. a Shoreditch restaurant The futuristic, angular, mind-blowing…

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