Day: March 18, 2015

Princess Kaguya – Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Eight years from inception to completion but The Tale of The Princess Kaguya has been worth the wait. Isao Takhata’s swansong, an adaption of an ancient Japanese folktale, is a nuanced tale with added spiritual dimensions. Springing from a bamboo shoot, growing at an exponential rate, ...

Review: Herman Ze German

The London Underground Food Revolution

By Jonathan Hatchman Having already swept America there is a new dining craze that has arrived on the streets of London. “Underground Restaurants”, or Supper Clubs, are eateries run by chefs with a real flair and passion for delicious  home cooked food and throwing paid-dinner parties. Think Channel 4’s Come Dine With Me, yet ...

England’s World Cup Player Ratings

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport The England cricket team returned this week from their calamitous performance at the 2015 Cricket World Cup with their tails firmly between their legs.  One can only hope that such a debacle perpetuates a seismic shift in the ...

Restaurant Review – Heddon Street Kitchen

Restaurant Review – Heddon Street Kitchen

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food   Before dining Mayfair’s Heddon Street Kitchen, my only Gordon Ramsay experiences had featured a man with a thunderous temper, shrieking profanities and hurling abuse at some poor, less competent chefs looking as though they were about to burst into floods of tears at ...

Let’s brush up on gender-stereotyping children

Let’s brush up on gender-stereotyping children

By Jasmine Stephens, Family Editor Yesterday I took my three children to the dentist expecting to learn a thing or two about brushing techniques, but instead we came out having taught the dentist a lesson in gender-stereotyping. I’m quite proud to say that over the years I must have done a ...

Osborne’s Last Budget

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent   George Osborne is odds on to be delivering his last Budget today. Ladbrokes make it 'Evens' that a different Chancellor will be in charge of the famous red box next year with rumours suggesting Osborne might be moving to the Foreign Office if the Tories manage ...

World’s Largest Startup Accelerator Open for Applications

By Nathan Lee, Business Correspondent  The world’s largest startup accelerator and competition, MassChallenge, is officially accepting applications until 1 April for its first annual programme in London. Between 60-80 selected startups will participate in a four-month programme, at the end of which a total of £500k is awarded to the top ...