Theatre: Close To You

Whether you know it or not, your popular music education has been hugely influenced by the work of prolific songwriter Burt Bacharach. His unmistakably lyrical melodies have been performed by everyone from Cilla Black and Dionne Warwick to Tom Jones and Elvis Costello. Close To You is a new show celebrating and showcasing the works of … More Theatre: Close To You

Alice’s Adventures Underground: Review

Deep beneath Waterloo Station in London a whole menagerie of characters spend their days showing unsuspecting audience members around the back streets of Wonderland in Alice’s Adventures Underground. This pieces of immersive theatre takes place in after Alice’s Adventures – and we are inducted into the world of Wonderland by our card guides. For my … More Alice’s Adventures Underground: Review

East Is East: Review

Whether you’ve seen the film or not, you’ll definitely be familiar with East Is East, an iconic piece of British movie, and now theatrical history. I was lucky enough to see an early performance of this particular production at the Brighton Theatre Royal, ahead of the show coming to Bromley’s Churchill Theatre in July. The set … More East Is East: Review

A Brew With A View: Afternoon Tea at The Shard

Afternoon Tea in London is very in fashion right now. Whether you’re at The Ritz, or indulging in the Rock ‘N’ Roll afternoon tea at W Leicester Square, you can sip a sophisticated cuppa at any number of London’s hotels and restaurants. The tallest building in London, The Shard, now also offers customers afternoon tea at … More A Brew With A View: Afternoon Tea at The Shard