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Review: Ho Ho Chiringuit-Ho - Chiringuito Christmas Menu

Review: Ho Ho Chiringuit-Ho – Chiringuito Christmas Menu

Chiringuito – Bethnal Green’s latest restaurant and bar addition – is instinctively inviting and down right delicious. Deck the halls with boughs of olé and inject some spanish spirit into your Christmas at East London’s Chiringuito. Situated on the corner…

★★★★ No. 17 Dickens Yard - New Bar

★★★★ No. 17 Dickens Yard – New Bar

No. 17 Dickens Yard – the latest opening in the Darwin & Wallace stable of West London bars – is characteristically classy and carefully understated.

Review: ★★★★ Meeting Gorbachev

Review: ★★★★ Meeting Gorbachev

Werner Herzog’s poetic documentary – Meeting Gorbachev – paints a rather rose-tinted picture but impresses on the personal level.

The company of Don Quixote by Manuel Harlan

Review: ★★★★ Don Quixote by Royal Shakespeare Company

Don Quixote | Garrick Theatre | Until 9 February 2019 | From £10 Don Quixote’s gone mad! Or so David Threlfall would have us believe as he reprises his role alongside the ever-enigmatic Rufus Hound. The performance airing at the…

Review: ★★★1/2 BURGERZ at Hackney Showroom

Review: ★★★1/2 BURGERZ at Hackney Showroom

A brave, impassioned and affecting call to revolution, which nevertheless feels like 45 minutes of excellence spread too thin. BURGERZ | Hackney Showroom | 23 Oct – 3 Nov | 7.30pm | £12 Writer, performer and theatre-maker Travis Alabanza premieres this…

#LFF2018 - Our London Film Festival Reviews Are HERE!

#LFF2018 – Our London Film Festival Reviews Are HERE!

The BFI London Film Festival ran 10-21 October 2018 – and we put in the strenuous work of reviewing a selection of the best films just for you!

★★★★½ I'm A Phoenix, Bitch at BAC

★★★★½ I’m A Phoenix, Bitch at BAC

Bryony Kimmings’s I’m A Phoenix, Bitch is a sensory overload of daring and demanding storytelling – daring to lay it all on the line, demanding to be heard.

★★★ An Execution (by invitation only) - Review

★★★ An Execution (by invitation only) – Review

An Execution (by invitation only) | Camden People’s Theatre | 11-29 September | 7.15pm | £15/10 An Execution (by invitation only) is a somewhat perplexing experience. The premise is that we the audience are present inside the cell of a…

★★★★ Black Cat: Bohemia at Underbelly Festival

★★★★ Black Cat: Bohemia at Underbelly Festival

Rough around the edges, sure, but Black Cat: Bohemia has heart and soul enough to win the day.

Review: Woman SRSLY First Birthday at The Yard Theatre

Review: Woman SRSLY First Birthday at The Yard Theatre

We were lucky to be invited to the Woman SRSLY 1st birthday party, an evening dedicated to celebration of female-identified and socialised females in creative industries. Set up in 2017, the company challenges the way woman are under-represented. The party took…