SACRED Spring/Summer 2013 at Chelsea Theatre

Good news! Chelsea Theatre’s SACRED Spring/Summer 2013 season is bigger and longer than ever, beginning on Friday 27th March and running until July 6th 2013. Kicking off with Dickie Beau’s BLACKOUTS: Twilight of the Idols this Thursday and Friday,  spectators will get a…

Limited Edition Mickey Mouse Notebooks by Moleskine

“I only hope that we don’t lose sight of one thing – that it was all started by a mouse.” Last week I had the great privilege of attending the launch of Moleskine’s limited edition range of Mickey Mouse notebooks,…

My Favourite Theatre Director At The Roundhouse

I first discovered Robert Lepage’s work at the National Theatre when he brought Needles and Opium to London and ever since then I’ve been under the spell of this Quebecois director. So needless to say, I was over the moon…

Kraftwerk at Tate Modern: Techno Pop

I went to one of the best gigs I’ve ever had the luck of seeing last night: Kraftwerk at the Tate Modern. It was the sixth night in their eight date run of concerts, which you probably heard about with…

Don’t Miss In February 2013!

So the longest month of the year is over – or so it felt like it. And now it’s time to get on with 2013, forget about Dry January (if you bothered) and look forward to this being the last…

‘Debbie Harry Queen of Punk: Portraits by Brian Aris’ at Proud Chelsea

Punk has many definitions but when it comes to music, it is more akin to “a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s.” Politically, it is associated with anarchy; a rebellion against the establishment. So…

Snowmen and other Snow Creatures in Battersea Park

I’ve recently noticed how snow seems to elicit opposing reactions from people: either you love it or you hate it. Either you want to stay indoors in the comfort of your own home unless you really have to leave it or…

Chelsea in the Snow 2013!

Just in case you missed my snowy Chelsea photos on Friday, which I posted on my Facebook page, here they are! Outside The Bluebird Restaurant: Duke of York Square: Sloane Square: King’s Road: The backstreets of Chelsea:

Hunter S. Thompson-esque Beer Bottles

I’m not really a beer drinker – except perhaps on a hot summer’s day whilst sitting on a beach with a cold bottle in hand – but I am a Hunter S. Thompson fan. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas…


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