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The Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa Midhurst: A truly historic hotel

The Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa Midhurst: A truly historic hotel

By Anna Power The Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa is a truly historic hotel dating back to Tudor times, in the lovely English town of Midhurst, in the heart of the South Downs. Though the spa and parts of the hotel are clearly more recent additions, its original building, housing...

Paris’ new totally immersive art experience: Atelier des Lumières

Paris’ new totally immersive art experience: Atelier des Lumières

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to step into your favourite paintings,  Paris' new totally immersive art experience at Atelier des Lumières may be just the ticket. The City's first digital art centre has blown up monumental depictions of your favourite art works, digitally cast onto floors walls and...

No.15 Great Pulteney: Review

No.15 Great Pulteney: Review

With frequent direct trains from London Paddington, heading to Bath for a relaxing break could be just the ticket for stressed out Londoners in search of a city break with spa facilities. Location and Decor: I arrived in Bath on a lovely sunny day dazzled by its magnificent limestone Georgian...

Ockenden Manor Spa Sussex : Review

Ockenden Manor Spa Sussex : Review

A lovely country spa just 45 mins from London, Ockenden Manor nestles on the fringe of the village of Cuckfield near Brighton. When I arrived I headed straight for the spa, a very angular modern building tucked behind Ockenden Manor. The changing area was snug and busy and well stocked...

Film Review: The Disaster Artist

Film Review: The Disaster Artist

By Anna Power James Franco directs, with genuine affection, his take on the much loved cult classic film The Room, revealing the surreal story of its enigmatic oddball director Tommy Wiseau (played by Franco), and his bromance with lead actor Greg Sestero (Dave Franco) in this dramatic rendering of a...

Film Review: Happy End

Film Review: Happy End

By Anna Power Happy End is certainly far from happy - a heavy hint of the irony to be found in this darkest of satirical tales of familial dysfunction amid the bourgeoisie. Twisted from the outset, this misanthropic tale will make you squirm and laugh and often simultaneously. Haneke’s trade...

Film Review: Wonder

Film Review: Wonder

By Anna Power Based on the novel of the same name by RJ Palacio, Wonder follows the life of August Pullman, affectionately known as Auggie (Jacob Tremblay) as he embarks on his first year of school, having been home schooled due to extensive reconstructive surgery for several years of his...

Paddington 2: Film Review

Paddington 2: Film Review

By Anna Power Following 2014’s much loved cinematic triumph Paddington, can the sequel maintain the film's authenticity, charisma and sheer joie de vivre? The simple answer is yes and with bells on. Bringing to life such a beloved and enduring character from Michael Bond’s timeless books is a weighty responsibility...

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