For Auld Lang Syne

‘Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and auld lang syne?’ These timeless words are synonymous with Scottish Hogmanay and New Year celebrations across the world. Year upon year they are shout-sung from hoarse throats, disrupting whisky kisses and twirling reels, as...

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Rock n’ Roll Never Forgets

Rock n’ Roll Never Forgets

In the 60s and 70s Hair Stylists, enjoyed the same ‘Rock Star’ status as the celebrities they looked after. Famous stylists such as Daniel Galvin, John Freida, Nicky Clarke, Michael Rasser and Charlie Chan were sought-after by celebrities and royalty. Rock stars, Hollywood models and moguls, mingled with their stylists,...

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Wild Honey Saint James

Wild Honey Saint James

There’s something about walking into a restaurant that has its own personal flag, it can’t help but raise expectations somewhat. The one room culinary nation in question is Wild Honey St James: a name that might be familiar to Mayfair residents. Yes, Wild Honey St James is the Lazarine resurrection...

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Paradise Found

Paradise Found

Burgh Island Hotel plays host to our country’s most breathtaking views. Overlooking Bigbury in Devon, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, everything about this hotel is outstanding. The rugged cliff top setting, dazzling panoramic sea views and the atmosphere are stunning. The romantic location, exquisite food, suites with dynamic...

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What to Buy First? Predictions of Top Selling Products for Black Friday 2019 Revealed

What to Buy First? Predictions of Top Selling Products for Black Friday 2019 Revealed

Black Friday is almost upon us and, as such, you probably already have a good idea of what you’re looking to snap up. However, some products are on more wish-lists than others, and it can be hard to work out the best deals to jump on before everyone else gets...

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Parkinson’s UK announce Fanfare On The Square for 5 December

Parkinson’s UK announce Fanfare On The Square for 5 December

On Thursday 5 December, the leading Parkinson’s research and support charity, Parkinson’s UK, will mark 50 years of the organisation with a festive evening of classical music and readings at St John’s Smith Square, Westminster. Guests will enjoy the rousing brilliance of the Orion Orchestra under the baton of their...

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Kerridge’s Bar and Grill

Kerridge’s Bar and Grill

Over the course of its nearly 140 year history, the edifice now containing Kerridge’s Bar and Grill has hosted everything from Jazz Age Cabarets to a stint as the Ministry of Defence’s home away from home. Since 2011 it has been the 5-star Corinthia Hotel and after we stumbled in...

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Cafe Tangerine opens its doors at the Institut francais

Cafe Tangerine opens its doors at the Institut francais

The Institut français is delighted to announce the opening of Café Tangerine, a new cafe-restaurant within its cultural centre in South Kensington. High-quality food, creative dishes and great flavours combined with stylish settings, a welcoming environment and a relaxing atmosphere will be on the menu of Café Tangerine. Part of...

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Bao Kitchen, Harrods

Bao Kitchen, Harrods

Bao Kitchen on the fourth floor of Harrod’s boasts the best duck sauce in London, but the roast duck is hardly the only bite you can enjoy at the restaurant.  Bao Kitchen, located on the fourth floor of Harrod’s, is open Monday-Saturday 11:30 am – 9:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 pm...

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Malta under siege

Malta under siege

Last month I wrote about Sri Lanka, its importance on the trade routes and strategic value in wars. I had just returned from that majestically beautiful island.  I haven’t visited Malta, another island that has an equally long, fascinating and complex history due to its location in the Mediterranean Sea....

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