Alimentum

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Based in Cambridge, Alimentum joins the small but growing band of fine dining restaurants in the city. Marc Poynton, the Chef Patron, came from Cambridge's Michelin starred Midsummer House, before moving to Alimentum as Head Chef in 2008, and becoming the Chef Patron in 2010. Mark has developed a very steady and loyal local following, as well... Read more »

Bombay Brasserie

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One of the best things about dining in London is undoubtedly the variety. Londoners enjoy a rarely matched level of high quality foods from different cultures and often times in close proximity to one another - though this is not exactly a new phenomenon in the Capital, it was at the top of my thoughts... Read more »

Sweeney Todd

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Everyone raved about Jonathan Kent’s production of Sweeney Todd when it opened at the Chichester Festival last year where it ran for six weeks and this West End transfer of Stephen Sondheim's darker work does not fail to be gory! From the moment Stephen Sondheim’s menacing score begins, clashing harmonies spilling from the powerful organ, your... Read more »

The Royal Horseguards Hotel

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After a day long meeting at Television Centre, the one thing keeping me focused (other than the prospect of a free glass of BBC 'vin plonk' at six) was the delightful double of a night at the exclusive Guoman Royal Horsegaurds Hotel and dinner with my London galpal Lady C. We planned to meet at... Read more »

Sweeney Todd

Posted by & filed under Theatre.

Everyone raved about Jonathan Kent’s production of Sweeney Todd when it opened at the Chichester Festival last year where it ran for six weeks and this West End transfer of Stephen Sondheim's darker work does not fail to be gory! From the moment Stephen Sondheim’s menacing score begins, clashing harmonies spilling from the powerful organ, your... Read more »