Singular Sensations

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I have been very fortunate to see the talented Jenna Russell in several productions on stage and screen, but on Sunday afternoon I was very lucky to see an intimate afternoon with Jenna hosted by British music journalist Edward Seckerson as part of his “Singular Sensations” at The Charing Cross Theatre, London. I went to Edward’s “Singular... Read more »

Canvas by Michael Riemenschneider

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Being a foodie, it’s difficult not to get excited about doing a review at a brand new restaurant and the concept at Canvas by Michael Riemenschneider is intriguing and original. The menu features fifteen dishes (five seafood, five meat and poultry and five desserts) and the dining party creates their own tasting menu with three,... Read more »


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I’m from a cold country with long and snowy winters,and one thing you learn is to keep yourself warm. A great way to do this is with a luxurious, soft and stylish alpaca fibre socks from Perilla. The alpaca fibre is hollow and lightweight and gives a lovely warmth. It’s compared to the likes of silk for its strength... Read more »

Hotel Sezz, Paris

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I came to Paris for love. I got men's fashion. I found myself alone in my hotel room, in the kitsch grey and black sleek Hotel Sezz, in the 16th arondissment by the Seine. It was 6pm. I hadn't really made plans; I just came to Paris for an escape from the London scene for a night.... Read more »

Hotel Lungarno, Florence

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It might be unconventional to begin an article about Florence with the work of a French artist, currently on display in Milan. However, until I saw Rodin’s sculpture, The Kiss, as part of an exhibition entitled Rodin - Il Marmo, la Vita, currently at Milan’s Palazzo Reale, I had been unaware that it depicts the... Read more »

Lime Wood Hotel

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After a walk around Lime Wood's grounds and enjoying all the different colours of the changing autumnal leaves, I realised it was time for my pamper session at the Herb House, so his Lordship and I walked the short distance from our room to the Herb Garden spa. On entering the spa, we were impressed by... Read more »

The 39 Steps

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The 39 Steps is the Olivier award winning comedy play at the Criterion Theatre, which is in the middle of Piccadilly Circus in the West End of London.  The play is now in its eighth year at the Criterion and has had success all around the world winning Tony awards and Drama Desk Awards and... Read more »

Maggie’s Nightclub

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What do you get when you combine the most quintessential 80's music, fishbowl drinks the size of yours (or Margaret Thatcher's) head, roller skating dancers, and giant tables that look like Rubik's cubes? The most vivacious and unique club in all of London, of course! Tucked away on Fulham Road, I never suspected the sheer... Read more »