Theatre review: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

One of my favourite things about musical theatre is that the genre continues to find new ways to excite even when most of the ideas are well-tread. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a story structure I’ve seen numerous times as an enthusiast. Our hero is an outcast for his sexual orientation and triumphs over the […]

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Theatre review: Quiz

With the opening of Quiz in the West End, James Graham has solidified himself as the hottest British playwright in the game right now. Up until December, all three of his previous plays were staged at major theatres. I looked up his age and found out he is only 36, so that’s quite an achievement! […]

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Open Air Theatre Season is Finally Here!

In the land of Westeros, the Starks are consistently insisting that “Winter is coming.” The only question for them is when. In the land of London, the question is “When is it leaving??” I mean honestly, are we living in Narnia right now? If that’s the case I’m being way overcharged for flat rent. Okay, […]

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Theatre review: Ruthless! The Musical

Written by Joel Paley and Marvin Laird, ‘Ruthless! The Musical’ is a cult show, which premiered Off-Broadway in 1992 and you can catch now for the first time at the Arts Theatre in the West End. The musical appears like a satire to the world of ambitious show children and their pushy parents, producers and press […]

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Explore the most famous London Markets!

London markets are a fascinating source of entertainment for all shopping lovers and bargain hunters. London is a shopping paradise but if you want to discover unique pieces you need to head to one (or ten) of its multiple markets. You can get everything you can imagine, from different foods of the world, art, and […]

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Theatre review: Kinky Boots

Prepare for a breath of fresh air, lots of laughs and a few tears shed in secret while you witness the sparkliest show on the West End, Kinky Boots, now showing at the Adelphi Theatre. The musical stage adaptation is based on a little-known 2005 Brit flick, and has already won six Tony Awards (including the prestigious […]

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Exploring The Magical Museums of London

London is all about heritage. It’s a really old city that has been evolving for centuries. Thanks to its age and the good preservation we can now admire buildings, streets and landmarks that were built ages ago and which give London a mystic flare. Even though currently London hosts very modern skyscrapers the most ancient […]

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Movie Review: The Shape of Water

Best picture, best direction, best original music score and best production design! Guillermo del Toro’s film has been the strong winner of the 90th Academy Awards. Congratulations! The Shape of Water: Of course, it’s a beautiful paradox to point out the impossibility of describing the contour of the imprecise by nature as is love, desire… […]

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Ten Days Six Nights Exhibition At The Tate Modern

You must have seen artists perform in various ways, and admired art works in the form of sculptures, paintings and handicrafts. But this exhibition is going to be special and different, really something unique which you will be able to experience at the amazing Tate Modern. This London Blogger is bringing you one of the most sensational art […]

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Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day in London!

Whether you’re a Londoner or you’re are planning a trip to London during the month of March you must not miss the party, fun and bash on the streets of the city for St. Patrick’s Day. This is a must-witness event, not just for the many colours, faces, and things going on in every street […]

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