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“Rachael’s so believable,” said my companion after this charming show. “I feel I really got to know her.”
Dave Wakeling understandably laughs at the sentiment afforded to his old 2-Tone outfit The Beat. “I don’t know about you, but I don’t tend to celebrate 35th anniversaries. Diamond, Ruby, I’ll give you those, but the 35th?”
Being the best fish and chip shop in the world is some claim - but that was the honour bestowed on east end chippy Poppies at this year’s Fish and Chip Awards.
More tape-deck recordings and song scraps obscure a smattering of minor gems from the Ohio veterans.
The former Smiths frontman’s third LP from the early ’90s gets remastered - and kicks harder.
The humble burger has been put on something of a pedestal in recent years with many a new restaurant making them a focal point of the menu.
He rose to fame with Soft Cell and the pop classic Tainted Love, and has since gone on to establish himself as one of Britain’s most eclectic solo artists.
Quirky film director Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest movie to get the Secret Cinema treatment
As midwestern stereotypes go, Eric Wininger had it all. Living a small-town life in Bloomington, Indiana, the married father of three was a wood-chopping, motorcycle-riding churchgoer who earned his keep selling ink toner from door to door.
The double bill of operas currently playing at the Kings Head could not be more different and yet both in essence deal with the tragedy of womankind.
Like many classic comedies, Shelagh Delaney’s 1950s slice of northern realism ‘A Taste of Honey’ was intent upon breaching social boundaries.
But its dated themes were the only sticking point of this delectable revival.
Experimental afternoon teas have been popping up all over London in recent years but the new offering from boutique hotel St Martins Lane has to be the quirkiest and unconventional so far.
Blackfoot arrived on the increasingly food-orientated Exmouth Market in December, celebrating all that is tasty about our porcine chums.
Northerners’ debut strives to hit the mark with a dose of classic, orchestral retro-pop and melancholy.
A veritable comedy fiesta is heading to a Hackney cinema tomorrow.
A New York City garage guitar band all wrapped up in the highs and lows of the city’s underbelly. But 10 years too late? Not quite...
Tennessee Williams spent much of his later life in hotel rooms and indeed died in one in 1983. He wrote many short plays set in them – often seedy, run-down boarding houses – but this trio of vignettes, penned in different decades, takes place in three rooms at one of London’s most elegant hotels.
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The Commitments musical have teamed up with London24 and the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Parade, to offer five pairs of tickets to see The Commitments Musical on St Patrick’s Day.