Day: June 26, 2017

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Restaurant Review – Cecconi’s at The Ned

Until recently, I felt like the only person in London with an Instagram account, still yet to visit The Ned. Quite honestly, I could have probably lived without a trip to Soho House’s new landed cruise ship, if not for the torrent of social media photographs from a tribe of pretty ...

Okja: Film Review

Okja: Film Review

By Linda Marric Fresh from igniting a lively debate about Netflix and their validity as fully fledged competitors at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Okja finally arrives to Netflix for the rest of us to devour. Directed by Bong Joon Ho (The Host, 2006) and co-written by British writer Jon ...

A Man Called Ove: Film Review

A Man Called Ove: Film Review

Wyndham Hacket Pain @WyndhamHP Based on the bestselling novel by Fredrick Blackman of the same name, A Man Called Ove follows Ove, a grumpy old man with a similar facial expression to that of John Sergeant, whose interests include Saab cars, making sure his neighbours are well behaved, and visiting ...

Awesome Majorca holidays to discover

Awesome Majorca holidays to discover

Majorca, the largest and most popular destination in the Balearic Islands. Typical picture postcard Mediterranean coastline, this vacation destination is famous for natural beauty, charming seaside villages, mountainscapes and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as a bustling and booming nightlife. An attractive destination for the rich and famous as ...

Book Review: Harvesting by Lisa Harding (novel)

Book Review: Harvesting by Lisa Harding (novel)

Let us speak then of victimless crimes, the pretense that somehow by expunging certain acts from the criminal justice system we are in fact advancing civilization, casting aside the repressions, the myths, the lies our churches told us for centuries upon centuries that those acts were evil when of course ...