Julie

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Since her first shocking appearance 130 years ago, Strindberg’s Miss Julie has gone through many incarnations. She has turned up in South Africa in Yaël Farber’s racially charged Mies Julie and in England, 1945, in After Miss Julie by Patrick Marber. Here in 2018 Polly Stenham’s update shifts Strindberg’s explosive play about class and sex... Read more »

Atlanta City, Georgia

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Atlanta’s sprawling metropolis, a cosmopolitan melting pot of different cultures, is a testament to the sweeping power of diversity, it’s civil rights history acts an important backdrop to any traveler’s jaunt through Georgia’s capital. It is undeniable that, like any large city, it has its problems with homelessness and other issues, which you will most... Read more »

The Lounge Hair Studio

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For my first haircut in Vancouver, I was determined to scout out a place that is both a unique city icon - something established yet boutique - and also, of course, a premium venue. It is with luck and a few expat whispers that I stumbled across the Lounge Hair Studio, nestled in the heart... Read more »

Gastein, Austria

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Protected by the majestic peaks of the Hohe Tauern range, the Gastein Valley is all about variety. This variety is clearly reflected in the many different sightseeing attractions available in the region throughout the spring and summer. The Gastein Valley is famous for its top-quality sporting highlights including mountain biking and hiking plus the gorgeous... Read more »

Interview with Sergio Pasquariello

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Currently starring in Heathers in London Sergio Pasquariello is an actor, singer and photographer. A Los Angeles native, the actor has come over to London to make his UK debut at The Other Palace. Having performed in Les Miserables, West Side Story and more we got to speak to Sergio about making the audience smile... Read more »

Vijay’s Bar & Lounge

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There’s a new rooftop bar in town. A secret wee nugget of a place in Fitzrovia that even has its own unmarked front door. Set above Lokhandwala Indian tapas bar on Charlotte Street, Vijay’s Bar & Lounge has a moody, speakeasy feel. It’s named after Vijay Kapur, the bounder who broke Lady Charlotte Fitzrovia’s heart, and the rich decor reflects... Read more »

Orient Tours LLC Dubai

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Dubai is the Middle East’s powerhouse of enterprise; its skyscrapers tower over dozens of square miles of business and nearly ten million residents swarm between developments that continue to sprout overnight like bamboo. The desert, mystical and otherworldly, begins at the fringes of the city and spreads inland, between isolated towns and sweeping highways that... Read more »

Interview with Jonathan Chambers

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For our “Ask The Star” feature we got to spend some time with Jonathan Chambers, an actor known for his theatre and TV work. Jonathan trained in acting at Arts Ed and Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music. He recently starred in The Unbuilt City, written by New York native Keith Bunin and co-staring... Read more »