Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

What can you add to The Three Musketeers, a successful action-packed novel written centuries ago and developed through movies, comics and series? Can it even work as a play? Turns out it can. Here’s my review of the Iris Theatre‘s rendition of Alexandre Dumas’ novel. The Play You could tell from the word go that the … More Review: The Three Musketeers at the Iris Theatre

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Three London openings I am gutted to miss

I thought that moving out of London would have cured my Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) once and for all. Turns out I was wrong: despite having embraced the more laid-back, beach-side Sydney lifestyle, my FOMO is still very much alive and kicking thanks to press releases, Facebook, Instagram and the simple fact that I’m … More Three London openings I am gutted to miss

Peruvian brunch at Lima Floral

On my quest to try London’s best brunches, never would I have thought that one of the best weekend treats in the capital was also among the healthiest and the best value for money. Here’s my review of Lima Floral in Covent Garden. Garrick Street’s very own Peruvian offers two brunch options: a sweeter, smaller one … More Peruvian brunch at Lima Floral

Christmas, the London way: sweet and savoury feasts in the capital

Christmas in London isn’t for those who diet. Two of my favourite Crimbo meals of 2015 are the living proof of that. Here’s what went down at the BB Bakery Covent Garden and at the Punch Tavern in Fleet Street. BB Bakery Covent Garden The organisers of the best afternoon tea experience in town, the BB … More Christmas, the London way: sweet and savoury feasts in the capital