London is a city not without its problems. Rents are rising, the air is polluted, many of the transport networks can barely cope with the rush hour hoardes, and for many of us… Continue reading
A walk through Lumiere London – a spectacular showcase of illuminations and public art. I can’t think of a better way to warm up a cold Winter night.
Bluebird Tea Co. is an independent tea blending company based in Brighton. The last Friday of each month sees their teashop stay open late into the evening, in order to give tea enthusiasts like myself the chance to go behind the scenes and get a lesson in master blending.
A literary adventure in Hay on Wye; from curious bookshops to vintage interiors.
The house that once belonged to Sir John Soane sits in the middle of a pleasant Georgian terrace overlooking Lincoln’s Inn Fields in Holborn. From the outside it appears incredibly narrow and leaves… Continue reading
Part two of my outdoor summer culture posts. A review of Paloma Faith’s performance at Westonbirt Arboretum, as part of her Forest Live tour.
British Summertime hails the arrival of a number of outdoor performances, from theatre to music. The early summer saw Regent’s Park Theatre put on a spellbinding production of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan
A visit to Beech Road in Chorlton, particularly the gallery shop at number 30, showed some of the wonderful things that can be achieved by looking at the old through slightly different eyes. Creative Recycling exhibited a variety ingenious works of repurposing and upcycling; really fuelling my desire to pursue more ambitious design projects.