A lyrical if slightly bewildering viewing experience, A Woman’s Life (Un Vie) is adapted by Florence Vignon and director Stéphane Brizé from the Guy de Maupassant novel.
Don’t sweat away the pounds huffing in a grey basement gym, 2016 is about making fitness funusual with our new guide on how to get fit in London.
Even-numbered years are always better right (ok, forget 2016) – and 2018 is looking set to be a great year for cabaret, circus, theatre, comedy, festivals, exhibitions, food, fun and frolics galore!
On the banks of London’s River Thames stands the infamous Tower of London, a 1,000-year-old castle that protects the Crown Jewels…
Ahead of the grand opening of their new permanent store, we caught up with the Young Vegans to talk pies, veganism, challenges & more!
From Soho’s bubble waffles to Deptford’s dirty vegan feasts London is in a fast food frenzy.
Betwixt and between Christmas Day and New Years Eve, escape the family (or take them with you if you must) and enjoy a break from Netflix, chocolates, and leftover sprouts!
Anokha is an elegant City venue, but does the food live up to it..?
No spoilers, just the five best cinemas in London to watch Star Wars + their prices.
We caught up with Bulgarian art-pop star and choreographer Ivo Dimchev ahead of his gig at Zigfrid von Underbelly. Photo credit (for photos above): Diliana Florentin, 12 magazine Ivo Dimchev Live In London | Sunday 17 December | 7-10pm | £13.50 Tell…
Things to do in London this December include a festive singalong, East Asian standup, stage fantasy, a queer night out, witchy curios, kooky cabaret & more!
Crass commercialism is ready to explode for a debauched Black Friday weekend of spending online and in shops all around London. Here’s 5 ways you can focus your energy on something meaningful this weekend…