Features

  • Liv Austen Window Shopping
    Hot Tunes: Liv Austen’s Window Shopping
    Posted in: Concerts & Gigs, Features, People

    Norwegian-born singer-songwriter Liv Austen arrived in the UK in 2010 and soon found her voice as one of the hottest properties on the ever-expanding British country music scene. She’s become a key part of that explosion, but has the pop sensibility to cross over to the widest possible audience. The rave reviews that greet Austen’s […]

  • Global Surrealist Filmmakers Follow in the Footsteps of the Surrealist Pioneers
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Features, Galleries & Museums, Movies & TV Shows, Shows & Exhibitions

    A century after the word surrealism was first used, a global collective of surrealist filmmakers has reinvented surrealist leader Andre Breton’s fold drawings – but this time using film, of course. And they may well be the first in a century to do it this way, using social media connectivity and digital film technology. In […]

  • Cheltenham Festival
    Hot Fest: A Spring Trip To The Cheltenham Festival
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Features

    If you know much about the Cheltenham Festival, you know that it’s strongly associated with the early days of the spring season – which is to say at the time of this writing, it’s still about eight months away! However, that’s actually not a bad time to start thinking about it if it’s something you’d […]

  • Theresa May: Summer 2018 Round Up
    Posted in: Features, People

    LEADING City of London finance and law spokesperson Barney Reynolds recently called for Theresa May to rethink her Brexit strategy, fearful of the impact it will have on one of the world’s largest financial centres. May 2018 has brought to a head a number of contentious political issues that have called the PM to account […]

  • T U R Y A Nicki Wells
    T U R Y A’s Ocean
    Posted in: Concerts & Gigs, Features, People

    London, England. After the consecutive successes of T U R Y A’s singles ‘Rain’, ‘Falling’ and the recent hit ‘Cry Me Out’, the gifted singer, songwriter and composer releases her hugely anticipated debut album ‘Ocean’ on 20th July 2018. To celebrate the launch, the captivating singer will perform an intimate gig at London’s St Pancras Old Church […]

  • A 'Pup' of Tea
    A ‘Pup’ of Tea For Londoners?
    Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Features, Food & Dining, Promotions

    From Sunday 22nd July, recently opened Bluebird Café, located in White City’s iconic Television Centre, will welcome guests and their four-legged friends to enjoy a very special afternoon tea. Available every Sunday from 2.30pm – 5pm and in partnership with Europe’s number one destination dedicated to dog-welcoming holidays & travel – PetsPyjamas, the exclusive afternoon […]

  • Richard Carr Dumb Listening's Icelandic recordings sites
    Dumb Listening’s
    Posted in: Features, Shows & Exhibitions

    Press Release: This July MOCA London (Museum of Contemporary Art London) presents Dumb Listening’s, the first international solo exhibition from Irish artist Richard Carr. For Dumb Listening’s Carr presents a new sonic installation developed specifically for the Museum of Contemporary Art, London. Comprising of three‘sonic objects’, Dumb Listening’s transforms MOCA London into a space for the ear, […]