Discover a world of possibilities at the Language Centre, SOAS

Discover a world of possibilities at the Language Centre, SOAS

Most people would agree that knowing the language(s) of a society is the key to accessing its distinct ways of formulating and communicating ideas. The increasing interest of the UK in forging trade and commercial partnerships beyond the confines of Europe now make the gaining of at least functional competence...

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Claude Bosi at Bibendum

Claude Bosi at Bibendum

I have quite a belief in the wellbeing provided by being served good food in an inspirational environment, but this time I really took some liberties. After a 20 hour day before, I’d crawled in at 2am, showered, got a second wind then finally said hello to my bed at...

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Zheng, Sydney Street

Zheng, Sydney Street

Saunter up the steps to Zheng and sitting proudly, and perhaps ever-so-slightly in your face is a very complimentary review by Giles Coren pasted on to a board. Confident, or perhaps tempting fate? Either way, you can`t ignore the fact that “The Times” restaurant critic for the past 25 years...

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WAES Summer Open Event

WAES Summer Open Event

Westminster Adult Education Centre (WAES) is holding an Open Event on Saturday 15 June 2019 at their Lisson Grove Centre. The day will mark the start of the enrolment period for programmes starting in September. WAES offer a range of qualifications and short courses in subjects as diverse as fine...

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Education, Enterprise & Empowerment – Charity Seminar this Monday 17th June at 6pm in Belgravia

Education, Enterprise & Empowerment – Charity Seminar this Monday 17th June at 6pm in Belgravia

You are invited to join Simply Learning Tuition for an inspiring early evening seminar with their charity partner, Shivia, on Monday 17th June at Eaton House Belgravia. The seminar is suitable for teenagers and adults. CEO and Founder, Olly Donnelly, will be joined by her management team, Joe and Chandrani...

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Review: Pierre Marcolini’s MeLove Chocolate

Review: Pierre Marcolini’s MeLove Chocolate

Whilst, obviously a lot more high end, well thought out and significantly tastier, these chocolates, launched by Pierre Marcolini as part of his new summer products reminded me of an old-classic, the Tunnocks Teacake. A staple cake/biscuit, used to accompany your multiple cups of tea drunk on a standard British...

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