Jackie

Jackie

Whilst sitting down to watch Jackie it’s hard not to question whether the world really needs another film about the Kennedy assassination. Considering that the only period of history that has received more extensive theatrical coverage than America circa 1963-73 is the Second World War, it’s easy to cynically pre-judge...

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War in the Sunshine: The British in Italy 1917-1918

War in the Sunshine: The British in Italy 1917-1918

War in the Sunshine: The British in Italy 1917-1918 Estorick Collection 39a Canonbury Square Until 19 March 2017 Admission £6.50 After more than just a lick of paint, the delightful Estorick Collection has opened its door after five months with an absorbing and fascinating exhibition of a forgotten part of...

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Coys classic car auction at ExCel

Coys classic car auction at ExCel

For classic sports car enthusiasts, The Historic Motorsport International will play host to Coys of Kensington’s auction of fine historic automobiles at the ExCel London on Saturday Feb 25. There are over 20 stunning cars up for sale in the auction, with perhaps most eye-catching being a magnificent 1968 Ferrari...

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Kiru Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese

Kiru Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese

KCW Today’s Ione Bingley reviews Kiru, Chelsea’s neighbourhood Japanese restaurant. Cloaked in black lacquer and nestled behind the Kings Road on quiet and picturesque Chelsea Green, you could be forgiven for overlooking the stylishly understated, neighbourhood Japanese, Kiru.   Stepping into it’s surprisingly light and airy interior one’s eyes are unavoidably drawn...

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