- Summer at the Southbank
- Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein
- Pop-up Restaurants
- Time Out Best New Bar
- Buy A Colour for Unicef
- All I Ask is the Possibility of Love!
- Michel Roux's Service on BBC2
- Black Swan
- Love your fashion?
- Don't just sit there, 'Stick It On'!
- The new Enchanted Palace
- Sky Rainforest Rescue
- Prepare for a Sonic Boom
- Getting amongst it
- No Fit State
- Opera di Peroni
- A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings
- Designing Narrative Environments
- Visually stunning invisible structures
- The Lost Lectures
- Is the East End the new West End?
- Tapping into creative people
- Air à La Mode
- Experimental Food Society Spectacular
- La Soirée
- Banksy pops-up in Berwick Street
- Britain invades France.
- Nathan and Nick named in the Event 100 Club 2010!
- Best Director
- Brand Activation
- Danny Boyle
- Visitor Experience
- What's Hot & What's Not
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9th November 2011Hot...
Just in case you thought pop-up restaurants might be going off the boil, here are our two favourite hot-spots of the moment: currently in residence at the Ten Bells in Spittalfields, the Young Turks present surprising dishes such as vanilla ice cream with Jerusalem artichoke to create a true foodie experience. For a more traditional take on flavour combinations head to the Disappearing Dining Club at the Red Gallery on Rivington Street for fabulous food combined with great music.
26th October 2011Hot...
Roland Emmerich’s new film Anonymous isn’t even on general release yet but it has already caused quite a stir, (especially in Stratford-Upon-Avon). The film presents the theory that the plays and sonnets of William Shakespeare were actually written by the 17th Earl of Oxford, Edward De Vere. Anonymous is also a political thriller full of power struggles, attempted murder, jealousy and hatred, whilst demonstrating the influential nature of theatre and its ability to produce powerful reactions from an audience. The film is a venerable ‘Who’s Who’ of British film and boasts beautiful costumes along with some superb individual performances most notably from Vanessa Redgrave and Rhys Ifans. Philippa, our Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator, was lucky enough to attend the film’s premiere as part of the British Film Industry’s annual London Film Festival ahead of the crowds and definitely recommends making time to see Anonymous when the film hits cinema screens on Friday.