Hello everyone, I hope you are all having an excellent start to February 2018 - where does the time go?! Sorry for the really late post - i wrote this weeks ago but only just got around to posting! One of my New Year's resolutions this year has been to go to more exhibitions and… Continue reading Opera: Passion, Power and Politics
The Cinnamon Club is an Indian restaurant with a modern, innovative take on Indian food. Set in the historic Grade II listed former Westminster Library, the restaurant walls are covered with books of all kinds. You can pluck whichever ones you like off the shelves and have a read. It can also be a great… Continue reading Contemporary Indian food at The Cinnamon Club
Audrey Hepburn is one of my favourite actresses not just for the joy that her movies usually bring but also for her style - she was a fashion icon and the epitome of sophisticated elegance. In September, the auction house Christie’s held a sale of Audrey Hepburn's personal belongings. Auctions can be a really great… Continue reading Audrey Hepburn at Christie’s
'Don’t count your eggs before they’ve hatched' Brunch is a weekend ritual and I'm always on the lookout for new places to try a different version of my favourite brunch food, eggs! Whether you're a tourist visiting London or a local, there's nothing quite like a wholesome, delicious start to the day. Hopefully this post… Continue reading Top 10 best eggs in London
WALALA X PLAY, an art installation by renowned digital print designer Camille Walala, is a bold and colourful experience, based in NOW Gallery in North Greenwich. A maze with reflective mirrors and abstract, patterned walls and floors, you won't be lacking for an interesting backdrop for a selfie or two! This 3D art installation also… Continue reading Walala x Play and Taiyaki – worth it or not?
I'm not a selfie lover, mainly because I'm awful at taking them but, no matter what your opinions are, there's pretty much no getting away from selfies! An instantaneous form of "self-portraiture", selfies are now "an integral part of image-making in the twenty-first century". Selfies are art. Really, I hear you say? Don't worry, that's… Continue reading Selfie Love
Sunny days are always the best days to visit Notting Hill. That's when all the colourful, small houses brighten up, adding to the villagey vibe of the area. With its many cafes, restaurants and shops, it really is the perfect place to spend a morning or afternoon. Despite it now having a reputation for being a… Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Notting Hill