It took us over 30 years to finally get around to visiting Chislehurst Caves. Like so many things right on your doorstep, where you think “I should really go and have a look at that”, but never go. There is … Continue reading Chislehurst Caves – Beats, Bombs & Button Mushrooms
I have to admit, I like all things potato – boiled, fried, mashed, chips, crisps, croquettes, baked, roasted, in salads, in soups. Maybe it is the German with East Prussian and Silesian roots in me, but give me a dish … Continue reading Poptata – Street Fries!
Swinging London – A Lifestyle Revolution Terence Conran – Mary Quant Fashion and Textile Museum 08 February – 02 June 2019 Swinging London – A Lifestyle Revolution will take you back in time to a period (1952 -1977) when London … Continue reading Swinging London – A Lifestyle Revolution
Winter Lights 2019 15th – 25th January This week will see the return of the Winter Lights Festival, bringing free light art installations and interactive art to Canary Wharf for a couple of weeks, illuminating and transforming London’s business district during … Continue reading Lights! Camera! London!
There is a new pizza place in town and this one has a few surprises up its sleeve. It is the second branch of Lost Boys Pizza, the vampire & 1980s themed restaurant specialising in charcoal pizzas, which launched to … Continue reading Lost Boys Pizza & Croque Monsieur Absinthe Bar in Camden
A Christmas Carol ★★★★★ The Charles Dickens Classic Directed by Tom Cairns Starring Simon Callow The Arts Theatre 8 Dec 2018 – 12 Jan 2019 My apologies for writing this review almost 2 weeks after I went to the press … Continue reading A Christmas Carol