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

Le Garrick

Do you have those places that you must have walked past a thousand times and yet never actually gone into? I must have pounded the streets surrounding Covent Garden and walked past iconic French restaurant Le Garrick  practically a bajillion trillion times (approx) and yet I only sampled its delights a couple of weeks ago. London is so saturated with new foodie crazes and pop-up palaces and groovy restaurant openings that places that have stood the test of time often get overlooked.  ...

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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

January Theatre Round-Up

COR there’s a lot of good stuff being announced at the moment isn’t there?! I was glued to my twitter timeline during the National Theatre’s announcements of their upcoming season and STONE THE CROWS they’ve got some corking stuff coming up. I’m theatrically wet with anticipation. Anyway, here’s what I’ve been busy seeing of late! Guys and Dolls at the Savoy Theatre I caught this glitzy Chichester transfer in its new home at the Savoy just before  ...

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

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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Culture, Lifestyle, London, Technology, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

Miss Saigon with TodayTix

Spending all my time underneath the arches in a fringe theatre venue at the moment (p.s the show is getting GREAT reviews come see us k thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks!) it was exceptionally lovely to get the opportunity to venture out once again into the West End for a night of big budget theatre. I stepped blinking out of rehearsals at The Union Theatre  and wandered over the river, into the hustle and bustle of Soho. And lemme just tell ya, as I sauntered past G.A.Y the happiest song in the world,  ...

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