The Imitation Game ★★★½ – Alan Turing’s story finally receives the big screen attention it deserves – but it’s hard not to think of this as Enigma reloaded.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Opens Its First London Restaurant on October 1st. We can’t wait to try Lt. Dan’s Drunken Shrimp!
As much as we’re all about the quirky, kooky and offbeat, sometimes what we really yearn for is a dose of comforting normality.
And with the advent of the hot new fashion/lifestyle trend NORMCORE now seemed liked the perfect time for ten ways to be normal in London.
Go on a musical odyssey through some of the most offensively ‘middle of the road’ music around with cabaret misfits and To Do List faves: Bourgeois & Maurice and David Hoyle.
Think you know Soho, well you don’t the half of it! Barry Wise has got some golden nuggets for you on this immersive comedy walking tour.
David Byrne and Fatboy Slim’s Here Lies Love opens the brand new Dorfman Theatre at the National, with its story of Imelda Marcos, First Lady of the Philippines, from her meteoric rise to power to descent into infamy and disgrace.
Mr Turner ★★★★ – Mike Leigh’s latest is a beautiful, if uneventful, portrait of one of Britain’s finest landscape painters, Joseph Mallord William Turner.
A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts was the talk of the town in Edinboro this year, so if you missed it be sure to catch this short run of theatrical dynamite at the lovely artsdepot.
Bypass ★★★★ – George MacKay gives a magnetic performance in this dark, tense window onto the lives of those Conservative Britain most wants us to forget.
Something From Nothing is a playful and provocative piece that explores stories, storytelling and the notion of performance.
The first of two solo Karen O performances showcasing her debut solo album Crush Songs. The album, recorded in 2006 and 2007, is “an intimate collection of lo-fi, bedroom recordings” from the Academy Award nominated Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman.
Jane Horrocks stars as Ella in this return to the stage for hit British film East Is East, Ayub Khan Din’s modern comedy classic about growing up in multiracial England.
Missed the foodie comedy of the year; Chef? Then get along to Fulham Festival of Food and Farming to catch this free screening by Nomad Cinema.
the Art Licks Weekend 2014 is a three-day event during which new galleries, not-for-profit projects, artist-run spaces and independent curatorial projects open for free to the public.
This weekend sees the first nationwide (and FREE) Fun Palaces event – a celebration of open access arts & science!