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Dinner at Lotus

Before I headed off to the land of glitter and boos/hisses (panto for those non-thesps), I scurried along to a beautiful new Indian restaurant right in the heart of theatreland for some GRUB. Now, I am no stranger to a curry house. I went to University in Birmingham, so we practically lived on the stuff. HECK I’ve even been thrown out of four different curry houses in Selly Oak for being too drunk in slutty fancy dress. But, ahem, that’s another story. Lotus is totally different  ...

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Friday Feeling!

HOLY MACKEREL IT’S FRIDAY AGAIN! A whole weekend awaits for us to carpe the bloody diem and make terrible decisions and all that proverbial jazz. SO HEY here’s what has made the last two weeks a lovely sunshiney place to live (despite the vast amounts of rain and thunder- July, u ok hun?) A Cambridge Satchel  My Dad was a HUGE HUN and treated me to a proper Cambridge satchel. I have been LUSTING after one of these for god knows how long and when mine arrived in all it’s beaaaautifffulll  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West-End

Rocket, Holborn

Given that I spend A LOT of time at the theatre, it’s always good to expand one’s knowledge of places to munch in theatreland that won’t BREAK THE BANK. Last week, the lovely lot at Rocket in Holborn invited me and other theatre blogging babes Rebecca and West-End Wilma to have a crack at their menu. As well as their signature pizza menu, they also offer a blend of food inspired by global trends and flavours. AND WE SAW THAT IT WAS GOOD! p.s sorry for the grainy pictures,  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, South, West-End

The Ecclestone Square Hotel

Review by Ed Nightingale  It was one of those kinds of days for us all. The rain drenching London on the way to work. Tube delays not just in the morning but the evening as well. Spreadsheets going awry. Important meetings proving more stressful than they should be. The sort of day where you just want to cosy up on a ridiculously comfy bed after a hearty meal. On those kinds of days, a stay at the Ecclestone Square Hotel should sort you out a treat. For starters, each room has a vibrating  ...

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