Several years ago, James 1 asked me if I wanted to go and see a play he’d got last minute tickets to at the Red Lion Theatre in Angel. They were free, so off I went.
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I’ve never been to New York, but I’ve known of the great American steakhouse Smith & Wollensky ever since I read American Psycho many years ago. As a discerning psychopath, wealthy protagonist Patrick Bateman name-drops hundreds of fancy brands – some real, some not – and S&W is one of them.
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When it comes to lavs, I consider myself a bit of a connoisseur. From Sketch’s unisex egg toilets to the immaculate powder rooms of the Ritz, it’s nice to have a bog with a bit of character.
I made excuses to avoid last year’s Halloween-themed wide game from Fire Hazard Games, Shadow Over Shoreditch, on the grounds that I am a raging pussy at the best of times, and being chased by monsters in the dark holds as much terror for me now, aged 27, as it did 20 years ago.
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I can’t say I was terribly impressed with Talli Joe the first time I visited, on the second day of the soft launch back in May.
It’s been five months since Boris moved out of the Giant Glass Collapsed Wang building and Sadiq Khan moved in. So far, so good; he’s already brought in a new nifty bus-hopping policy and thrown Donald Trump some serious shade, but, if you’re reading, Mr Mayor, I have some more suggestions to help make London […]