Interview with Steph Parry

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Steph Parry is to take on the role of Dorothy Brock in the West End production of 42nd Street, the part currently being played by Lulu. Parry, who understudies for Brock, recently stepped in last minute to take on the lead role in Mamma Mia! down the road, making headlines in the process. 42nd Street is the revival production of... Read more »

Moonshine Saloon

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Step off the streets of west London and into the Wild West. At the end of the Kings Road, next to Jak’s and the old haunt of Embargo’s, you’ll find the Moonshine Saloon. But it’s a different experience. It’s immersive theatre with cocktails (how could this kind of entertainment ever be without?). This Wild West... Read more »

COMO Metropolitan London

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Trendy, modern and contemporary are a few words that you would use to describe this prestigious hotel situated on one of London’s iconic streets. Park Lane is home to the COMO Metropolitan London, which consists of the Nobu restaurant, providing a Japanese and Peruvian fusion of cuisine, the hip buzzy Met Bar (which is soon... Read more »

Aladdin The Muscial

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Currently heading into a magical second year Disney’s hit 1992 animated film of the same name; Aladdin is playing at the prince Edward Theatre, London. We went to see the wonders instore with a trip to the musical that is perfect for family entertainment and introduction to Musicals for the youngsters! Aladdin, of course, feels... Read more »

Kaspar’s at The Savoy

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The Savoy Hotel is one of the most iconic establishments in London and continues to ride the hospitality waves 90 years after it first opened. To keep up with the time the entire hotel underwent an extensive renovation headed by renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. Right at the heart of the hotel is the Kaspar's... Read more »

Farol Hotel

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I am a big fan of lighthouses. They set an idyllic seaside scene, while offering unconditional light in the darkness to guide those navigating rocky waters to safety. Setting a good example to us all! So, may I guide you to a 5 star refuge for the most discerning of sailors on the waters of life:... Read more »

The Lygon Arms

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Situated in the picturesque village of Broadway, the Lygon Arms has roots dating as far back as the 1300s. As we pulled up to the coaching inn, very little gave us a clue to the contemporary luxury that was behind the doors. The standard hotel reception set up is replaced by free standing antique desks... Read more »

Legally Blonde

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Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's 2007 musical adaption of the hit 2001 comedy film, starring Reese Witherspoon, is in Wimbledon for the week as part of its second UK tour since the West End production closed in 2012. With a book by Heather Hach, Legally Blonde tells the story of heartbroken Elle Woods (Lucie Jones),... Read more »