Day: January 16, 2015

Paper Souls – Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Funeral-speech writer Paul (Stephane Guillon) in Vincent Lannoo’s dark comedy Paper Souls (Les Ames De Papier) brings to mind Olivia in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Like Olivia Paul is consumed by grief and as such has chosen to cloister himself away, shutting himself off from any sort ...

Whiplash – Film Review

By Darryl Griffiths @legallyBOD  'There are no two words more harmful in the English language than good job.' Regardless of our chosen fields, many of us have been exposed to the idea of a 'mentor' as we strive to reach the pinnacle of our professions. Guiding us. Driving us. Some, ...

Top 25 excuses for giving up a diet

With January well and truly under way and New Year's resolutions already starting to crumble, now is the time we really struggle to keep our diets up. New research has revealed boredom, expense and will power are among the top reasons for giving up a diet, with chocolate, alcohol and fizzy ...

The Latymer – Review

Set within 123 acres of rolling Surrey parkland, a stone's throw away from Ascot, the training ground of the England Rugby Team and the prestigious Wentworth golf club is Chef Michael Wingall’s two Michelin starred restaurant. Pennyhill Park is an exclusive hotel and spa that showcases an eclectic mix of grandeur ...

Macdonald Frimley Hall – Review

A short drive from the capital and a retreat worthy of a visit for any busy Londoner. Let's face it, Sunday is a pain. Either you are too hangover to move, your partner makes you do a bout of dangerous DIY or you force yourself out on a two hour ...