London

An Organic Sunday Roast at The Duke of Cambridge, Islington

I live up to my British heritage when I say unwaveringly that I LOVE a roast dinner. One of those spilling-over-the-plate, all-the-trimmings affairs, with a healthy mix of bad-for-you beige and wonderfully colourful veggies. The Duke of Cambridge is tucked…

Ireland Road Trip: Driving to Clonakilty

We knew that once we left Cork we just wanted to find the sea. We wanted to take coastal driving routes and see little villages and towns that we’d never heard of before, and once you’re a few kilometres down…

Three Alternative Nights Out in London

I’m rubbish at going ‘out-out’. I hate crowds, I hate drunk people, I cannot wear heels for an entire evening and for the most part, the music is shite. I will occasionally hit the town, but generally that will include…

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Morty & Bob’s Grilled Cheese Pop-Up

When an email pops into your inbox on a miserable mid-week afternoon inviting you to a grilled cheese tasting, it’s hard not to jump up from desk and do a little happy dance. If you’re a regular visitor to these pages, you’ll…

2014 Review: Culture

I started compiling the list of cultural things I’ve done this year and was really surprised by how much I’ve done. As with my 2014 Review: Eating and Drinking post, living in London makes it really easy to take advantage…

Sherlock Pub Quiz with Geeks Inc

Oh my! With preparing to go to Australia, I completely forgot to write about this awesome pub quiz I went to a few weeks ago!  Geeks Inc hold a number of pub quizzes inspired by the best cult TV shows,…

Explore: Glamour of the Gods Exhibition

I was so excited to see this exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. The exhibition is a beautiful set of photographs from the archive of the John Kobal Foundation of the stars of the golden age of cinema. Those featured…

Comedy: Chris Addison

It turns out there’s a little known theatre in Chiswick, based above a pub next to Turham Green tube station. The Tabard Theatre may only hold around 50 people, but it seems to attract some well known faces as well…

Explore: The Museum of Broken Relationships

I feel that now I’m living in London I can start doing all the things that I get constant email and Twitter alerts for – the galleries, the special events, the gigs. So this weekend I (and my not so…