Day: 21 September 2015

Preview – The Disappearance of Dorothy Lawrence

By Emma Silverthorn (@HouseOf_Gazelle) In The Disappearance of Dorothy Lawrence theatre group Vital Xposure is set to tell another hidden story from an otherwise repressed voice. In the centenary year of the Suffragette movement it’s not surprising to find more art dealing with the stories of those women key within ...

London Pop-Up Serves Stale Bread to Highlight Food Waste

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  A pop up restaurant in Borough Market serving stale bread as a main ingredient has been set up to highlight food waste. Great British Bake Off champion Nancy Birtwhistle joined forces with national charity Love Food Hate Waste to create a menu with one requirement ...

Restaurant Review – OPSO

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Over the past couple of years, there’s been a rapid growth in focus on sharing within some of London’s best restaurants. Personally, I have absolutely no qualms against this ‘Social Food’ concept, as OPSO put it. However, most Londoners (and most of my friends) ...

The 100 Greatest things of the Past 30 Years

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  The World Wide Web, smart phones, online banking – and the Super Mario Brothers have been named among the greatest things from the past 30 years. Online shopping, WiFi, Google, digital cameras, text messaging, emailing and flat screen TV’s are also considered to be the ...

Are you the winner of the best or worst office view?

By Bea Patel, TLE Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent A couple of months ago we featured a competition launched to find the best and worst office view around the world. Snapshots were wide and varied, with some of the best views including the open ocean from ...

Jeremy Corbyn’s Win is Good News, Even if you Don’t Agree with him

By David Binder So, apparently the ‘unthinkable’ has happened. In shock news, the polls (and YouGov in particular) were absolutely spot on and Jeremy Corbyn, maverick socialist, was by some distance elected leader of the Labour Party. It's clear, given the massive margin of victory, that his views and general ...

Legendary horror writer Stephen Volk talks to TLE

Stephen Volk is the legendary British horror writer who began his career penning the spec script that became Ken Russell’s sensual, surreal and nerve-shredding movie Gothic, re-imagining the night that Mary Shelley created the story of Frankenstein. Since the film’s release in 1986, it has become a cult classic. Not ...

Review: Svalbard – One Day All This Will End

By Kane Power (@ElHeavio) I saw Svalbard live a few months ago doing an admirable job opening for Holy Roar label mates Rolo Tomassi. They are back on my radar with a new release One Day All This Will End, out this week on the 25th of September. I initially ...

How To Make The Perfect… Pizza Dough

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Six-time World Pizza Champion, Bruno DiFabio opened NY Fold - his first London restaurant during the summer, and the Pizza on offer really is something to write home about. Here’s Bruno’s own recipe for the perfect NY Pizza base. Ingredients Active yeast, 2 1/4 ...