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[31 Mar 2011 | By ]
Preview: Daniela Brooker at 100 Club London

This is a gig not to miss on Friday night. The 100 Club at Oxford Street is having Daniela Brooker performing with her band. She is launching her debut album soon, which is a pop music mash of rock and a touch of Latin soul that comes in a sexy voice. Proceeds from this gig go to the Japan Tsunami Appeal.

Food & Drink »

[31 Mar 2011 | By ]
Tea Tasting at the East India Company: Full Flavour Delicacy

The secrets to fully enjoy a cup of tea were revealed at a tasting event organised by the East India Company at its flagship store at Mayfair. The tasting covered the whole range of varieties from white tea, green tea to the full body, aromatic black tea. It also revealed tips and tricks to make the best brew.

London News »

[28 Mar 2011 | By ]
Could This Be The Royal Wedding Cake?

The origin of the traditional tiered wedding cake hails back to 18th Century London. It is said the story began with Thomas Rich, a baker’s apprentice from Ludgate Hill, who fell in love with his boss’s daughter and soon asked for her hand in marriage.

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[19 Mar 2011 | By ]
Mango and Stylist Magazine Combine to Launch “Work It”

Work It aims to raise awareness of the fact that while work might be extremely boring and monotonous, there’s no reason why it should cramp your personal style. The partnership between a well respected magazine for the career-focused woman and one of the top women’s labels on the high street aims to highlight that with some thought and clever combinations, you can create stunning work outfits, whatever the occasion.

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[10 Mar 2011 | By ]
Daniel Koek takes the UK by storm in Chess The Musical

Do you know how to play Chess? I can’t say I do, but that didn’t deter me from going to watch ‘Chess The Musical’, which has helped me to see the game in a whole new light. This saucy minx of a show was performed before a packed audience in suburban Woking, and had me rocking in my seat.