Day: November 19, 2014

Christmas 2014: London Survival Guide

Christmas is a magical time in London. Father Christmas once said that “if it wasn’t for the abundance of skilled seasonal labour in Lapland, I would have set up shop in London”, but if we missed out on the workshops, we certainly got his sales floor. Harrods lit in all ...

Is An Open-Office Plan Good For Your Business?

Open-office plans are all the rage today. As companies occupy old warehouses with big open spaces the notion of having everything in the open has become quite appealing, and it can also make good business sense. Rather than having everyone stuffed into cubicles and behind office doors, open-office spaces have ...

See 14 Years of Road Safety Statistics

This week is Road Safety Week and to commemorate the occasion Trusted Dealers has launched a new resource that breaks down nearly a decade and a half of figures about road safety in the UK – including accident rates, motoring offences, number of vehicles on the roads and traffic police levels. Data ...

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

By Isla Watton and Holly Carter Guests were greeted at the Dominion Theatre on Wednesday night by a shower of fake snow pouring out of the front of the building. This festive display perfectly established the mood for the evening ahead. Set in the 1950s, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas follows ...

Art: What happens when fiction meets reality?

Mirrorcity – London Artists on Fiction and reality. By Isla Watton, Arts Reporter In early October a council painted over some allegedly racist graffiti. This standard procedure on the streets of Clacton-on-Sea hurled Tendring District Council into the national spotlight and set the fingers of arts critics and bloggers ablaze ...