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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, South

Ben’s Canteen, Battersea

Love it or hate it Valentines Day is upon us. In truth, I’ve always loved Valentines Day because I’m a BIG SOPPY SOFTIE (even though lollllllllllllllll this is the first year ever I’ve had a boyfriend for it) but I do appreciate that others despise all the red hearts and pink satin. HOWEVER. The gorgeous Ben’s Canteen in Battersea has exciting menus that cater for all, whether you j’adore it or abhor it! Just a hop, skip and a jump from Clapham Junction  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, South

Dinner at The Vaults with Tabl

Sometimes I get stuck in a dinner rut. So often when I’m plotting with my pals where we should spend our hard earned pennies on dinner, we often end up in Pizza Express clutching a voucher, mainly due to lack of inspiration. However, this looks all set to change dramatically with the launch of Tabl.com! This awesome new website is THE website to visit to find pop-up restaurants and supper clubs, making booking a total breeze ensuring that you and your hungry chums slurp, sup and munch  ...

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Culture, Edinburgh Fringe, London, Music, South, Theatre, Theatre

‘Scotch and Soda’ at London Wonderground

It seemed rather fitting that on the day that the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe programme was launched, I toddled off to see a show at the London Wonderground. Situated on the Southbank during the Summer, the London Wonderground and it’s sister, the Underbelly offers Londoners a sneaky peek into the Edfringe spirit, offering an eclectic programme of everything from circus to comedy via a healthy dose of cabaret on the way. The gardens too allow one to steal inside, grab a drink and perch at  ...

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Culture, London, South, Theatre, Theatre

Grimm Tales at The OXO Tower

Some stories are just forever fascinating. The yarns from the mouths of the Brothers Grimm are such, constantly being retold, rejuvenated and reimagined. The version currently playing at The Bargehouse under the direction of Philip Wilson combines and stunning design and great ensemble work all dancing round the strong core of excellent storytelling. The Bargehouse (part of the OXO Tower Complex),has been transformed into a majestically macabre immersive theatre experience. Audiences are  ...

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