• London Hidden Corners


    Peruvian seafood and vegetables to dream of Chicama, sister restaurant to Pachamama, serves seafood take on Peruvian style cooking.  Located at Worlds End, it is popular with the Sloaney crowd. It’s really busy so make…

    20th February 2020
  • Culture

    The Kingmaker

    By: Sabrina Lemer PERCEPTION IS REAL, AND THE TRUTH IS NOT.” Imelda Marcos The Kingmaker – directed by Lauren Greenfeld  Lauren Greenfeld is the documentary queen, covering our era like an exacting anthropologist, focusing…

    10th December 2019
  • Culture

    Come From Away

    A Happy 9/11 Musical… By: Sabrina Lemer If you have not yet had the chance to see this very special musical, run…do not walk…to experience it.  Wonderful for ages 10 and up, Come from…

    13th October 2019
  • Flowers

    My Crazy Friend Sabrina & Her Dog Teeny

    We all have that one friend that adds a bit of colour to our lives. Do I dare to call them the ‘Crazy’ friend? You are drawn to them for their energy, for their…

    6th October 2019
  • Culture

    Anthony Gormley at the Royal Academy of Arts

    Absolutely brilliant and one not to be missed… Anthony Gormley is widely known for his sculptures, installations and public artworks that investigate the relationship of the human body and space. Gormley describes the body…

    5th October 2019
  • Culture

    Master Harold… and the boys

    By: Sabrina Lemer One hour and forty minutes no intermission (Yes) “Master Harold and the boys” written by Athol Fugard, is a semi-autobiographical story that is considered one of those classic and extremely important…

    5th October 2019
  • Tim Walker Photography V&A Exhibition

    Tim Walker – Wonderful Things at V&A

    If you love fashion and photography then you must have heard of Tim Walker before. His photographs captured the audiences in fashion magazines over a decade. If you don’t know who he is, you…

    27th September 2019
  • Culture

    FOOD: Bigger than the Plate at V&A Museum

    There is still time to visit this exhibition if you haven’t done it already. It ends on the 20th of October. Featuring over 70 experimental and contemporary projects, this exhibition explores some of the…

    24th September 2019