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Spiral Review

If your teenage daughter went missing, how would you cope? If you are like secondary school teacher Tom in new play Spiral, you’d hire an escort who looks like your daughter and make her dress More »

COMO The Halkin’s Ametsa with Arzak Instruction Afternoon Tea Review

Onin.London first visited COMO The Halkin for Afternoon Tea in 2016 and it was my first foray into the fine world of Michelin Star dining. So when we were given the chance to re-visit during More »

Club Swizzle Review

Are you after an evening packed with entertainment but an adult’s only soiree? Look no further then Club Swizzle which is on now at The Roundhouse! Club Swizzle is the latest gem following LA Soirée More »

Open Air Theatre returns to Summer by the River Festival

Don’t say you can’t afford to go out because there are countless free events in London you can attend. It’s now open-air theatre season and if you’re feeling theatre-y why not check out the Summer More »

Witness For The Prosecution Review

Agatha Christie is a household name in the UK with her spectacular mysteries, thrillers and who-dunnits being translated from page to stage to screen. Given this, when we were invited to attend Agatha Christie’s Witness More »

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