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‘Company’ Press Night

Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s musical COMPANY Directed by Marianne Elliott Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave. London W1D 6AR 18.30 17 Oct – Guests expected include: Alistair McGowan Andrew Garfield Andrew Scott Andrew Lincoln Anne-Marie Duff Beverly Knight Clare Balding Craig Revel Horwood Cory Brunish Elaine Paige Emma Thompson Gareth Malone Graham Norton James Nesbitt Janie […]

The Arts Club – Frieze Week party

The Arts Club – Frieze Week party

The Arts Club in Mayfair are holding a Frieze Week party on 3 October from 9pm-2am. The committee members for the party include Louisa Buck, Princess Alia Al-Senussi, Nicholas Cullinan, Ryan Gander, Hassan Hajjaj, Haroon Mirza, Conrad Shawcross and Jo Stella-Sawicka. Performances by Goldie and Riky Rick. Guests are likely to include: Poppy Delevigne Alex […]

The Festival – Premiere

THE WORLD PREMIERE OF THE FESTIVAL  MONDAY 13TH AUGUST 2018 at 18.00 FROM THE CREATORS OF THE INBETWEENERS  Attended by: JOE THOMAS (Nick), HAMMED ANIMASHAUN (Shane), HANNAH TOINTON (Caitlin), NICK FROST (Ricky the Tattooist), THEO BARKLEM-BIGGS (Gordy), HUGH COLES (Rex), EMMA RIGBY (Smurf Girl) and IAIN MORRIS (Director) with JIMMY CARR (Comedian), DAVID MITCHELL (Comedian), […]

Christopher Robin Premiere

EUROPEAN PREMIERE  SUNDAY 5 AUGUST 2018  AT BFI SOUTHBANK  ATTENDED BY: EWAN MCGREGOR, HAYLEY ATWELL, JIM CUMMINGS, BRONTE CARMICHAEL, MARK GATISS, SOPHIE OKONEDO, SIMON FARNABY DIRECTOR MARC FORSTER  CELEBRITY GUESTS EXPECTED: LYDIA BRIGHT, DAWN WARD, NADIA SAWALHA, MICHELLE HEATON, ASHLEY JAMES, GABBY ALLEN, MATT JOHNSON

Freya Woodsmoke

Freya Woodsmoke

What better way to launch Freya Woodsmoke than a snug magical night – safe from the cold, behind old wooden doors – of spoken word, throws, fairy lights and unique cocktails in the aptly named Folklore bar in Hackney. Named after the Norse Goddess of love, fertility, beauty and fine possessions, this birch sap spirit […]

The Tasty Games

The Tasty Games

If like us your New Year’s fitness resolutions are already falling through – despite your insistence seven weeks ago that this year is definitely, almost certainly, 100% going to be your year – you may also, like us, have reached the point of scrolling frantically through #instafit accounts wondering where on earth these people get […]

Nice Fish – groping for trout in a peculiar river.

Nice Fish – groping for trout in a peculiar river.

What is with the bloody honours system atm eh? There I am watching a bit of news so I can pretend I’m a bit grown up and give a damn – and in a dimpsy light up pops this fellow, pale as if fluorescent is as near to sunlight as he’s ever got, and he […]

Casper Popup

Casper Popup

Casper opened their first UK pop-up in Covent Garden the other week. With evolving technology, hot waffles and luxurious responsive beds, what’s to stop you for dropping by for a quick kip and second breakfast? We won’t sugar-coat it, living in London is challenging at the best of times. Sure it’s exciting, fast paced and […]

The Dresser

The Dresser

An admission before I start. I’ve seen this show more than once. Let’s just leave it at that. I’ve always liked Ken Stott – bumped into him at Eyre Brothers years ago where he was having too much fun to interrupt with mere fan worship. I thought I didn’t like Reece Shearsmith. After all, what […]

Buried Child

Buried Child

So – a couple of Sam Shepard plays in the West End doesn’t mean the Americans are coming! Am I right? Retarded trailer trash and hill billy red necks is not the US of A that I know and love. Hell – I’ve seen Ed Harris in the films and I know what it’s like […]