Day: December 11, 2014

Gramping: The Rise of the Silver Skier

British families are gearing up to hit the slopes for the winter break, but this time with granny and granddad in tow as the financial squeeze instigates the rise of the silver skier. A report released today by official Club Med ski report 'Skiing Together, Generation Ski', has found families travelling ...

Electricity – Film Review

Electricity – Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Director Bryn Higgins and writer Joe Fisher’s tale, (adapted from Ray Robinson’s novel of the same name), of a young woman’s struggle with epilepsy and a less than salubrious background is in many ways admirable. It is beautifully shot, features some interesting relationship dynamics and focuses ...

Terrorists in Uniform: The Hypocrisy of War

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic Terrorism is an ugly word. Unlike the act of war that evokes connotations of heroism and fighting for a cause the act of terrorism is lumped with entirely negative overtones and for good reason. But when you fight fire with fire, war ...

Dear Santa…Can I Have Botox For Christmas?

By Laura Casewell @CasewellEditor  It’s almost that time of year again: the dark nights are endlessly drawing in, the frosty mornings are making us rush for that warming cup of tea, and there are festive lights and decorations adorning windows and trees all across the country. In the words of ...