The Pole Dance Guide To London

Becoming a pole dancer has majorly impacted what I want to do when I travel and in the city I live in. For this reason, I’ve decided to write a “Pole Dance Guide To…” the cities I have lived in/travelled to to help other pole sisters or fun people make the most out of them. … More The Pole Dance Guide To London

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London Autumn Events To Watch Out For

If you thought I’d suffer from heat deprivation in London’s chilly Autumn after a year spent in the sun-drenched Coogee Beach, you are mistaken. I am making the most of what the UK Capital has to offer and damn, there’s no shortage of events on this side of the pond. Here’s a round-up of events … More London Autumn Events To Watch Out For

Went Hairclubbing And There’s No Going Back

I hate getting my hair done. You go and make small talk with a stranger who often pulls your hair rather than brushing it softly. Then you come out and you’re not satisfied and have to deal with the result. Hence why my hair is a long untameable mass of split ends and I never … More Went Hairclubbing And There’s No Going Back

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Alice In Wonderland has inspired countless films, art pieces, songs and night outs. My favourite translations of Lewis Carroll’s book obviously have to include a lot of food, so I was over the moon when I heard of the Sanderson Hotel‘s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Sanderson invites you to tumble down the rabbit hole for … More Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

Mediterranean tapas at Ember Yard

What do you do when you miss the warmth of the Mediterranean life? Simple. You have dinner at Ember Yard. Part of the Salt Yard Group, Ember Yard is a slick tapas place in Soho’s busy Berwick Street. It has everything you might want from a trendy London restaurant, which also happens to serve some of … More Mediterranean tapas at Ember Yard

The three best Asian dishes in Soho

There’s plenty to love about Soho. Its kinkiness, its LGBT history and its Italian past make it one of my favourite areas of London. But today I want to talk Asian food: here are my top three picks for the best Asian dishes in Soho. Bao – buns worth queuing for At some point in … More The three best Asian dishes in Soho

Out in Soho: La Bodega Negra and Piano Bar Soho

I guess nearly four years in the United Kingdom are starting to take a toll on my sense of humour. Which is why, when I learnt my dad was going to be in town, I found it perfectly acceptable to have him walk through the door of London’s La Bodega Negra, the Mexican restaurant and cocktail … More Out in Soho: La Bodega Negra and Piano Bar Soho

Out for cocktails in Chinatown’s best speakeasies

Ah, London’s Chinatown. At first glance, its loud rickshaws, the waiters begging you to eat at their restaurants and the hordes of tourists might make it look like the last place on Earth where you would want to spend your Friday night. But if you look a little harder, Chinatown has a speakeasy culture worthy of a … More Out for cocktails in Chinatown’s best speakeasies

Places where homesick Italians in London Should Eat

The famous Snatch quote: “Yes, London. You know: fish, chips, cup ‘o tea, bad food, worse weather, Mary fucking Poppins… LONDON,” couldn’t be further from the truth right now: the capital of the United Kingdom is one of the world’s greatest foodie spots. Which is why, here, Italians shouldn’t feel too homesick: read on to find … More Places where homesick Italians in London Should Eat