Highlights

DragWorld London 2018
The Return of Drag Queens: DragWorld London 2018
Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights, People, Unused

DragWorld, Europe’s largest Drag Convention returns to the UK after last year’s successful debut in London, where 11,000 tickets were sold and fans from as far as Australia, United Arab Emirates, USA and Japan all flocked in for the popular Drag experience. Set in London’s Olympia Convention Hall, DragWorld gets ready to welcome over 15,000 avid hardcore fans and […]

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Features

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 […]

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Reviews

The Murdér Express (Theatre)
Posted in: Bars & Clubs, Drama & Theatre, Food & Dining, Reviews

Murder-Mystery on the Murdér Express steam train departing from a reconstructed train station at the Pedley Street Arches, Tower Hamlets. Is it theatre, is it a pop-up restaurant? Well, few before have ‘popped up’ with the lavish attention to detail and period grandeur of this immersive dining experience presented by award-winning creative collective Funicular. From […]

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Highlights

  • DragWorld London 2018
    The Return of Drag Queens: DragWorld London 2018
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Highlights, People, Unused

    DragWorld, Europe’s largest Drag Convention returns to the UK after last year’s successful debut in London, where 11,000 tickets were sold and fans from as far as Australia, United Arab Emirates, USA and Japan all flocked in for the popular Drag experience. Set in London’s Olympia Convention Hall, DragWorld gets ready to welcome over 15,000 avid hardcore fans and […]

  • Free Ice Cream in London!
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Food & Dining, Highlights

    Have you been frustrated lately to find ice cream tubs rapidly disappear off the frozen shelves at almost all supermarkets you visit? Exciting news! As temperatures soar, Jude’s ice cream is going to celebrate by giving away 4,000 mini tubs of ice cream in Soho. What makes this news even more exciting is that ten of […]

  • London History Day: Nurse Mary Seacole
    Posted in: Highlights, People

    #LONDONHISTORYDAY will, no doubt, have to compete with the usual flood of hashtags fighting to capture the 30-second social media attention span. In a fast-moving age such as ours where mobile phones, computer games and the internet are the chief preoccupations, the achievements of the likes of Crimean nurse Mary Seacole, Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst and London […]

  • British Sandwich Week
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Food & Dining, Highlights

    BRITISH SANDWICH WEEK May 20- 26 may have caught many of you unawares, what with the constant influx of National Days, Weeks and Months celebrating everything from the capital’s cocktails to fast food chicken wings, but there are still a few days left to honour the humble British sarnie. The sandwich was named after the […]

  • Hot Male 2018
    Posted in: Highlights

    WHAT’S HOT LONDON? is bucking the fashion trend and seeking the less represented in the fashion and modelling industry. So if you’re male, aged 40-65 and see yourself as the Hot Male of 2018 why not enter our competition? Life doesn’t end at middle-age and we aim to prove this by providing you with the […]

  • Museums at Night: Artist Rachel Howard at Newport Street Gallery
    Posted in: Events & Festivals, Galleries & Museums, Highlights, Shows & Exhibitions

    Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery will be opening late for Museums at Night May 16-19.  Galleries and museums all over the UK will be extending their opening hours for talks, workshops and special events. Rachel Howard conducts a tour of her Repetition is Truth exhibition at the Newport Street Gallery and enlightens about how her large-scale […]

  • Kew Gardens This Spring and Summer
    Posted in: Highlights, Places

    KEW GARDENS was originally the private woodlands and riding grounds surrounding Kew Palace, King George III’s convalescence home,  and the red-bricked state residence is still on the land despite being sold off by Queen Victoria. Today Kew is in the news because of the £18 million restoration of Temperate House which was recently reopened by […]