London Pole Dance: Intervista Con La Nuova Scuola di Pole Italiana a Londra

L’italianissima Lucia Balestreri ha da poco inaugurato London Pole Dance, una nuova scuola di pole a Londra con un’impostazione tutta italiana – e sta portando a Londra una delle più grandi gare di pole che ci siano. Ecco la mia intervista con Lucia. Precisazione: questo post è stato scritto PRIMA di Exotic Generation UK, l’evento … More London Pole Dance: Intervista Con La Nuova Scuola di Pole Italiana a Londra

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Cronaca del Concerto Dei Måneskin a Londra

In caso vi foste persi il mio spam su Instagram, Venerdì scorso sono stata al concerto dei Måneskin a Londra, precisamente ad OSLO Hackney. È stato un gran bel concerto, e anche un interessante esperimento sociologico. Ecco le mie impressioni. … More Cronaca del Concerto Dei Måneskin a Londra

Scrivere in Italiano

Ho aggiunto al mio blog una categoria chiamata “Italiano”, perché sono italiana e ho deciso che è arrivato il momento di utilizzare questo blog per scrivere anche nella mia lingua. Beccatevi ‘sto monologo. Italiano vs Inglese Spesso mi viene chiesto perché, da studentessa italiana del liceo classico, ho deciso di mollare tutto, mollare l’Italia e … More Scrivere in Italiano

Street Feast – Dinerama Opening Weekend in Shoreditch

Leaving car parks and courtyards empty is a sin in East London. The real sin though would be not checking out the new Street Feast in Shoreditch Yard. Here’s my round-up of London’s most exciting street festival’s opening weekend. < p class=”p1″>The uber-successful Dalston and Lewisham Street Feast came to Shoreditch last weekend with a … More Street Feast – Dinerama Opening Weekend in Shoreditch

Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review

Last weekend I thought I’d get beach body ready with a feast on everything I wanted to eat: London is probably the hardest city for a diet, but the best one for brunch. Here are my reviews of Beany Green in Broadgate Circle, the Boxpark Shoreditch’s Voodoo Rays and the marvellously decadent brunch at Bourne … More Things I ate last weekend: Beany Green, Vodoo Rays, Bourne & Hollingsworth brunch review

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 25th Anniversary at the Hackney Picturehouse

The Hackney Picturehouse showed Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me to celebrate the series’ 25th birthday – and it was a “damn fine” celebration worthy of East London. After the news that director David Lynch might not be directing Twin Peaks‘ much awaited Season 3, most of the series’ dedicated fans were thrown into despair. So … More Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 25th Anniversary at the Hackney Picturehouse

Exhibitions weekend: Mac Conner and #FiftyChefs

During weekends I like to switch everything off and spend time exploring what London has to offer. Here’s my review of the Mac Conner exhibition at the House of Illustration and #FiftyChefs in Redchurch Street. Mac Conner After slowly settling down in the world of PR and advertising, I couldn’t miss out on the exhibition on the … More Exhibitions weekend: Mac Conner and #FiftyChefs

The Image as Burden: Marlene Dumas at the Tate Modern Gallery

The Tate Modern Gallery in South Bank is now hosting one of London’s most talked-about exhibitions, Marlene Dumas‘s The Image As Burden.  Focusing mainly on sex, love, death and shame, her paintings explore popular culture and women through an intense and psychologically charged lens. By painting subjects coming from both her personal life (her daughter) and from … More The Image as Burden: Marlene Dumas at the Tate Modern Gallery

Why I admire Couchsurfing Hosts

When you work 9 to 6 in a metropolis, having random travellers crash on your couch might not be your ideal of a relaxed evening. Yet, Couchsurfing hosts in over 10 USA cities were willing to put me up – and take me out – for more than a night, showing a kindness and a sense … More Why I admire Couchsurfing Hosts