The Resurrectionist at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden

THEATRE REVIEW: Great new play The Resurrectionist at the ‪Etcetera Theatre‬ inspired by Frankenstein. Also features the English Romantic Poets and Mary Shelley. The Shelley-Lord Byron literati writing circle on holiday in Geneva encounter brilliant scientist Dr Victor Darvell and his corpse-reviving experiments. Read my 4star review!


The Prix Fixe French Restaurant – Dean St.

RESTAURANT REVIEW: The culinary delights of France set-priced in Soho just for you! A review of French restaurant Prix Fixe. If you want to combine West End Theatre & Pre-Theatre dining French-style then check out my review.


Miss Black & Beautiful Gallery Talk & Closing Party

EXHIBITION: During the 70s and 80s photographer and beauty pageant organiser Raphael Albert changed universal notions of black beauty. UK-based models sporting full 70s afros in pageants for the 1st time. Click link for full photo series in What’s Hot London Magazine





The Silent Children – A debut novel by Amna K. Boheim

BOOK REVIEW: Ghostly goings on in a Vienna suburb. A letter out of the blue from an estranged mother triggers a quest to unravel a family mystery harking back to the 1930s. Read my book review of Amna K. Boheim’s debut novel here.


Ben-Hur remake confounds critics!

FILM REVIEW: Don’t believe all the film critics who are giving Ben Hur the thumbs down. Hey, nothing can match Charlton Heston’s epic 1959 version but this new one is well worth the watch and lives up to its hype. Read my review here.


From Myth To Earth exhibition – Holborn Viaduct

ART REVIEW: Check out my article about this Colombian-inspired exhibition & book launch by Sol Bailey Barker & Gabriella Sonabend. History, society, mythology & Colombian culture. The Colombian ambassador was also in attendance. Bailey Barker’s sculpture was recently unveiled along the Holborn Viaduct.




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