Lifestyle · London · Review

Afternoon Tea at The Langham, Regents Street

WHAT: Afternoon Tea at The Langham Hotel, London DIRECTIONS: 1C Regent St, London W1B 1JA. Closest tube: Oxford Circus COST: £49 per person, plus a cheeky 12.5% service charge INCLUDES: A selection of specialty sandwiches, freshly baked scones with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry preserve, and an overwhelmingly wonderful selection of biscuits, cakes and financiers (ooh, fancy). REVIEW: This is how Afternoon… Continue reading Afternoon Tea at The Langham, Regents Street

Lifestyle · London · Review

Vagina art: dinahvagina exhibition, London

WHAT: dinahvagina‘s art exhibition. Dinah is a current student of Carmarthen School of Art. WHEN: Saturday 27th June 2015 (following a four-hours-sleep-post-Ibiza trip) WHERE: The New Designers Exhibition, Angel, which features 3000 of the most promising graduate talents from Britain’s leading design courses. THOUGHTS: I can’t say I really think of female genitalia as art. In fact, I can’t say… Continue reading Vagina art: dinahvagina exhibition, London

Dance · London · Review

Fit & Flexi at Pineapple Dance Studios

WHAT: A unique fitness and flexibility class at Pineapple Dance Studios. DETAILS: Mondays at 12pm in Studio 2. £8 per class. WHO: Created by Ali Trowsdale, a qualified fitness instructor and choreographer with a passion for health and fitness. REVIEW: A rare Monday off gave me the opportunity to finally try Fit & Flexi. The class is designed to… Continue reading Fit & Flexi at Pineapple Dance Studios

Lifestyle · London · Review

Quinn’s Irish Pub, Camden

There are very few places in London that feel like home. With never-ending pop-up restaurants and must-be-seen-at bars, the capital is not the place where everyone knows your name or they’re always glad you came. The city offers experiences aplenty  – duck AND waffle at 5am; vodka at a bar entirely made of ice; Dirty Dancing in a hot… Continue reading Quinn’s Irish Pub, Camden