Day: June 1, 2015

Kajaki : Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Kajaki is based on the true story of  a group of soldiers, who in 2006 whilst on a routine expedition of the Kajaki dam in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, stumbled right into a minefield. What followed in reality was five hours of hell as the men waited ...

London’s Best New Restaurant Openings – June

London’s Best New Restaurant Openings – June

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food With plenty of exciting restaurant openings constantly taking place across the Capital, here’s our pick of the best new restaurants and bars arriving in London over the coming month.   The Ivy – Covent Garden Iconic celebrity favourite – The Ivy is set to reopen this month, following ...

The Man Who Saved The World : Film Review

By Adam Turner @AdamTurnerPR The Man Who Saved the World is a Danish historical thriller directed by Peter Anthony. It recounts the story of a modest, yet heroic, Russian Lieutenant General who in 1983 saved the world from, what could have been, the most disastrous nuclear war ever. The main ...

The joys of upright swimming

Dr Nigel Mellor Let’s face it: swimming on holiday is a pain. If you do breast stroke your neck aches keeping your face out of the water, unless you’re one of those anti-social, uber-healthy types who can do it properly. The James Bond crawl thing is knackering and you can ...