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Made in London.

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Halloween in London 2019 | For adults only

As the witching hour approaches, it’s time to saddle your broomsticks and get into Halloween mode. And I’m not talking about trick-or-treating for sickly sweets or chasing after your little ghouls and vampires. Nay, this grisly post is for grown-ups only with some hair-raising Halloween London events into which you can really sink your teeth….

Pierre Bonnard, Tate Modern, Bill Viola, Michelangelo, Royal Academy, Two Temple Place, John Ruskin, Alan Titchmarch

Where dry January turns damp

So, it’s confession time. Dry January has turned into damp January, fuelled by my utter lack of resistance to a martini, served green side-up with two juicy olives – one of my Five-a-Day, right? Is it wrong of me to say it was the best thing I tasted all week? Well, we all needed some…

Orpheus, Review, Battersea Arts Centre

Orpheus at Battersea Arts Centre

The tale of Orpheus and Eurydice might be a “sad, sad story of woe” but the Little Bulb Theatre version at the Battersea Arts Centre is anything and everything but sad. It’s hammy, funny, moving, silly and utterly brilliant. The epic Greek myth of Orpheus descending into hell to collect his wife, Eurydice, has been…

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