• Arts

    New Year New You At South Place Hotel

    New decade, new you, it’s time to put new resolutions into action. Statistics* show that new habits take more than 66 days to form, so after a month of ‘being good’, the sofa and takeaway are most likely starting to look tempting. South Place Hotel – the five-star East-London hotel – is here tokeep your food and fitness goals on track throughout January and February – 2020 is your year. Everyone works in different ways, so South Place Hotel has come up with three different game plans to suitevery need. There is a discounted gym membership, a goal setting workshop…

  • Food

    VyTa Review

    Covent Garden, a very British landmark, is speckled with euroculture, and it’s a richer place for it. You could be forgiven, however, for thinking all establishments would be overpriced, touristic nonsense. VyTa on the other hand, transports you into the sophistication of 1960s Italia via gorgeously decorated booths and bars offering sumptuous modern italian cuisine.  The descent into the lower restaurant feeds your senses with an eclectic mix of textures, shapes and materials designed to wrap you in luxury. Velvet, colour and metals all harmonise to provide you with a sense of Italian sophistication. We visited VyTa on a Sunday…

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    Four Play At Above the Stag Review

    Cast & Creatives Director – Matthew Iliffe Assistant Director – Chloe Seyer Designer – Carrie-Ann Stein Lighting Designer – Jack Weir Sound Designer – Nico Menghini SM – James Prendergast Set Builder – David Moore Writer- Jake Brunger Cast Keeran Blessie Ashley Byam Marc MacKinnon Declan Spaine What its like to maintain a gay relationship and the different ways couples do so in the 21st century is explored in ‘Four Play’ at Above the Stag. Carrie-Ann’s set, Jack Weir’s lighting and Nico Meghini’s sound combine to perfectly to enable the cast to take you on a journey of discovery and…

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    Treat your loved one this Valentines Day

    Magical Views at SUSHISAMBA If you want a luxurious romantic meal and views of London so magical, that you’ll never want to leave then SUSHISAMBA is the place for you and your loved one. SUSHISAMBA are offering lovebirds a decadent sharing menu, dishes include: Wagyu-Monkfish Toban, Nigiri Duo and Hana Maki. Diners will also receive a complimentary glass of Champagne, to toast the romance in the air. Seatings are from 5pm-10pm and is £125 per person. The Valentines Day menu is available at SUSHISAMBA London Heron Tower and SUSHISAMBA Covent Garden. The Wellington Restaurant’s Valentine’s Day Menu The Wellington is one…

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    Lost Boys Pizza Camden Vegan Menu Review

    Situated 2minutes walk from Mornington Crescent underground station is a  quirky, cool retro, low lit vampire themed Pizza restaurant. This restaurant crosses tradition with innovation, take their charcoal infused stone oven baked pizza with the option to add sprayed on CBD oil! On my visit I was greeted by a friendly staff member and offered to try out the new High Priestess Vegan menu that’s being rolled out for limited time this January. We shared 3 starters, which included; Nachos with guacamole, chilly buffalo cauliflower wings with blue cheese dip and some vegan loaded potato skins, all of which were very…