• Entertainment

    Giffords Circus Review

    Why don’t we go to the circus more? I had to ask myself the question as I sat, in a darkened tent, pitched inside the walled garden of Chiswick House and Gardens. Why don’t we go to the circus anymore? I mean we collectively. In my case I wondered, why had I never been to the circus before? Here I was, watching one of the Diaz sisters climb a ladder balanced on the other sister’s feet, the audience oohing, aaahing and holding its breath with every move, and I couldn’t think of a single reason why I hadn’t done this before. Not even as…

  • Entertainment

    Quaglino’s Brings You Q-Decades

    This Summer, Quaglino’s is ready to take you on a musical journey, to celebrate some of the decade’s best loved-eras and music’s iconic stars. They’ve planned a whale of a summer with a line up of live performances, special brunches and themed cocktails. From Wednesday 4th July to Thursday 30th August, each week will welcome a new decade, from the roaring 20’s, through to the swinging 60’s and the colourful 90’s.  Launching the series and bringing soul to the Mayfair venue there will be a live performance from platinum-selling artist Jocelyn Brown on Wednesday 4th July performing hits including the…

  • Food

    House Of Apothecary Gin School

    Granary Square Brasserie is bringing you an immersive House of Apothecary gin experience, in partnership with Fever-Tree! The curated masterclasses will allow gin lovers to learn about the fantastical and medicinal history of the Britain’s favourite drink… the G&T. You’ll get to explore the many botanicals that are now used whilst sipping the latest deliciously crafted cocktails. After this, Gin lovers will get to create their own botanical gin creation and f three-course meal in the restaurant. Tickets are priced at £90.00 and include a G&T upon arrival, the gin school blending experience and a bespoke 500ml bottle of gin to take home and a…

  • Escapes

    Diggerland Review

    OMG! Diggerland (Kent) was a blast! Well Hi Everyone! As you can tell, I decided to not beat around the bush, and to let you know my thoughts about Diggerland from the outset! Diggerland is truly a hidden gold mine, now lets get into why… So, I went along with my husband, 2 kids (2 year old & 11 month old) & my 5-year-old Goddaughter. When we first entered the park, we (my husband and I) were a little underwhelmed, as we thought the park was a little small, we took one glance and thought that was it, but thankfully,…

  • Arts

    Artist in Residence

    New South East London development TWO FIFTY ONE is currently showcasing an exciting free exhibition: Artist in Residence. The event features works by renowned anonymous street artist Pegasus, alongside an impressive line-up of other creators (among which are architectural artist Stephen Wiltshire MBE, illustrator and printmaker Jess Wilson and photographer Ope), all paying homage to London-born legend Charlie Chaplin. Up-and-coming artists as well as art students from the London College of Communications are also given centre-stage, promoting London talent at all levels. The artwork will be displayed against the jaw-dropping cityscape of the City’s South Bank until 5th July. Address:…