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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at Apollo Theatre Theatre review  11h38 22 janvier
Cristiana Ferrauti
After two years on Shaftesbury Avenue, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie has already made itself known as a colourful and joyous musical bonanza. This review won’t just reconfirm its status - still a dashing performance through the third main cast change - but lavish plaudits on the fun. The show has...
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The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Movie review  08h22 22 janvier
Jake Cudsi
After 30 years of production torment, director Terry Gilliam (12 Monkeys) has finally delivered his take on Cervantes’s Don Quixote. Not so much a knockout blow, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote arrives as a triumph of will and adventurous filmmaking. Gilliam has (famously) long been working on this...
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Scenes with Girls at the Royal Court Theatre Theatre review  08h19 22 janvier
Connor Campbell
Miriam Battye’s Scenes With Girls is the kind of show that feels like it’d start off as a homemade web-series on YouTube before being picked up for a six-episode run by BBC Three. That’s meant both as a compliment and as a comment on its slightly familiar, slightly unsatisfying nature. Tosh (Tanya...
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Hide Below in Mayfair: Understated yet complex cocktails in a swanky space Bar review  07h41 22 janvier
Cristiana Ferrauti
Like a pearl hidden inside a shellfish, Hide Below is a gem concealed from the eyes of passers-by, despite being situated on the corner of one of the busiest areas in central London. As we descend the Instagram-famous staircase of this majestic project from Ollie Dabbous and Hedonism Wines, the...
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There IS a right way to take a nap  18h20 21 janvier
The editorial unit
You can never underestimate the importance in your life of getting plenty of rest. A well-rested individual is more likely to succeed at accomplishing tasks than the person who finds themselves dragging because of insufficient rest. Of course, a good night’s sleep is the method most people prefer...
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Introducing Lume, the avant-garde restaurant from Luigi Taglienti  15h19 21 janvier
Filippo L'Astorina, the Editor
Luigi Taglienti’s avant-garde restaurant Lume opened in Milan in 2016 and was awarded its first Michelin star within six months. It was then pronounced Best New European Restaurant at the prestigious OAD Awards in Paris. It holds four hats from the revered Espresso Guide, where five is the highest...
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A-List alcohol: Five pop culture moments that changed our drinks of choice  10h25 21 janvier
The editorial unit
From Homer Simpson’s Duff Beer to Don Draper’s penchant for an Old Fashioned, booze is a major pop-culture staple, whether it’s a focal point of the plot or simply a way to flesh out a character. However, certain beverages have done more than that, transcending the boundaries of fiction and...
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Effective process-cooling tips to reduce energy costs  08h13 21 janvier
The editorial unit
According to the stats, the biggest chunk of site costs is associated with refrigeration. In particular, cooling the foods, drinks, chemicals, and pharmaceutical processes account for up to 90 per cent of energy costs. These costs can be overwhelming. However, you can take certain measures to...
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Best ten cars as seen in your favourite movies  20h53 20 janvier
The editorial unit
For all the car movie lovers out there, you know that a car movie is judged by whether the hallmark of the movie is the car itself. The car overshadows the main cast of actors in iconicity and favouritism, quickly turning such movies into cult classics. The impact that these cars have is...
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Eat-out cheap to fight the January blues  18h53 20 janvier
The editorial unit
January is a famously deflating month. The third Monday of this month, known as Blue Monday, is considered by many as the saddest day of the year, and with empty post-Christmas bank accounts and the festive fun behind us, it is difficult to keep spirits up. Although January is typically a low-spend...