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December 5 2013 Latest news:
»A fair old buzz has surrounded the opening of Foxlow, down in Finsbury, which is hardly surprising because it’s the new venture from the team behind the Hawksmoor steak house dynasty.
Hermit-like folksters plough some fertile fields of hazy soundscapes, occasionally unearthing a ‘proper’ song, for their debut album proper. Is it a good yield?
Taking inspiration from mime artist Charlie Chaplin, madcap children’s author Dr Seuss and influential modern dancer Pina Bausch, the theatrical anarchy of Get Happy mimics the random nature of children’s imaginations.
Once again Goat does what most bands wouldn’t dream of, releasing a live album with just a single LP under their belt. Good job it’s packed with scintillating Afro-flavoured post-punk, then.
For many people, penning a review of an Anitpodean-themed menu launched to celebrate the Royal Academy’s Australia exhibition on the first day of the Ashes would encourage lots of lazy cricket metaphors, but luckily I’m not that kind of reporter.
The clue’s perhaps in the name: this isn’t traditional ‘ballet’ but two carefully-staged set pieces of choreography, each pulsating with a unique rhythm and energy of its own.
Lizzie Siddal lived a life of quite some note. She was a painter and a poet. She was also a model, and her figure is etched into history as ‘Ophelia’ in Millais’ famous painting.
There are very few foodstuffs as divisive as veal. Many people won’t go near it, disgusted by vivid accounts of baby cows locked in small boxes and slaughtered without seeing the light of day.
This is the time of year when, regardless of preference, a chap can find himself braving the West End to do a spot of Christmas shopping.
A bumper catch of themed compilations trawl through Virgin’s eclectic, impressive past.
The embarassingly talented Texans bring their rock cojones to bear alongside technical multi-genre mastery at the friendly Shoreditch haunt.
With the original 1930s art deco titling harking back to its days as a fishmongers, the Wet Fish Cafe retains the old school charm of its past while serving up a modern and adventurous menu.
Kathy Burke is happy to go on the record: she has nothing against nuns.
Harman, located on Holloway Road, is one of the few authentic Mediterranean restaurants in Islington.
This week we have two venues that cater for your slightly more mature party-goer…
Fifties costumes out of time with revisted Greek tragedy
Deeply moving tales of real-life Jewish Londoners
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