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[16 Apr 2011 | By ]
Flavour of the Month: Tastour Wine speedTASTING

Looking for somewhere to socialise and meet new people whilst enjoying some food and wine, and learning about it at the same time? We might just have found the thing for you. Let us introduce you to Tastour.

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[16 Apr 2011 | By ]
Review: Disappointing Gastropub Food at Public House

It’s not your typical pub or bar, Public House has somewhat of an independent spirit, with a shabby-chic furnishing inside that would feel more at home in Shoreditch or Hoxton than in Islington.

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[14 Apr 2011 | By ]
Review: Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)

The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) at the New Red Lion pairs the shuddering mediocrity of Butlins style ‘ents’, with the niggling feeling that you’re watching a bunch of drama freshers tanked on cheap cider. Oh, and there’s a bit of Shakespeare in it too.

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[9 Apr 2011 | By ]
Review: Roux at Landau at the Langham Hotel

Masterchef extraordinaire Michel Roux Jr. and his dad, Albert have teamed up to make quite an exquisite menu at the Roux at Landau in the Langham Hotel. With their protégé Chris King heading the kitchen, this was sure to be a fabulous dining experience.

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[9 Apr 2011 | By ]
Students for a Free Tibet UK Environment Conference

Students for a Free Tibet are holding an environment conference later this month, to raise awareness of the Tibetan cause. With a panel of experts, this academic conference is open not just to academics, but also the public.

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[3 Apr 2011 | By ]
Coffee Fan? Get your tickets for The London Coffee Festival!

Do you feel that your day never begins until you’ve had that first cup freshly brewed coffee in the morning? Does the thought of a well made flat white or the smell of an espresso get you out of bed on dismal Monday mornings?

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[3 Apr 2011 | By ]
Please Remember To Take All Your Belongings With You

Says the lovely voice when we leave a train. I suppose it means we should not leave rubbish on the train the same way as we would not leave our purse or – forgive me the comparison – our children there. Even though we hear the title of this article a thousand times a year, we tend to just file it into the back of our unconscious mind.