Day: May 7, 2015

Danny Jones’ Death: A True Tragedy

Danny Jones’ Death: A True Tragedy

By Rob Mchugh  @mchughr  @TLE_Sport It is with great sadness that I write this piece, but it is on a subject which has struck a personal chord with me, and is a cause which I firmly believe should receive all the attention possible.  On Sunday May 3rd, the world of ...

LOIS: Getting crafty in Peckham

LOIS: Getting crafty in Peckham

A business focussing on London designer-makers is getting creative down in Peckham. The best part? You can join in the fun. Midwifery isn’t usually a profession one associates with art, but that’s the transition Helen Ward went through a few years ago, when she ditched the NHS-issue uniform for something ...

Event – ‘Slipknot: Dysfunctional Family Portraits’

Event – ‘Slipknot: Dysfunctional Family Portraits’

Yesterday I was lucky enough to attend Paul Harries' latest photography exhibition. To celebrate the launch of his new collection of photos, titled 'Slipknot: Dysfunctional Family Portraits' the Strand Gallery is displaying Harries' work from 6th - 17th May. As a long-time fan of Slipknot's music and regular reader of Kerrang! Magazine ...

Futuro Beach

Futuro Beach: Film Review

By Leslie Byron Pitt If you have a quick glance at the IMDB page of Futuro Beach director Karim Aïnouz, you would find a substantial amount of award nominations. This includes Futuro Beach being selected for the Golden Bear prize at The Berlin Film Festival. However, after sitting through the ...

Lanson Champagne To Take Over The Summer

Lanson Champagne To Take Over The Summer

Photo credit: Ben Fisher/ Photoshelter By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Striving to completely take over the summer’s social calendar this year, luxury Champagne brand Lanson will be beginning their “Perfect Start Campaign”. Most recently the brand has teamed up with Chestertons Polo In The Park as the event’s exclusive ...

In Pictures: Edinburgh Airport Auctions Old Equipment

In Pictures: Edinburgh Airport Auctions Old Equipment

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Bargain hunters bagged hundreds of cheap deals this week in a bizarre auction at Edinburgh Airport. Security scanners, a fire engine and two planes were just some of the items which went under the hammer for “scrap value” as airport chiefs flogged off their old equipment. The auction ...