How the Light Gets In festival

Want to prolong festival season? A mix of talks and music in serene Kenwood House accompanied by exciting food prepared by forward-thinking chefs await at How the Light Gets In, now the world’s largest philosophy and music event. It takes place the weekend of 21st and 22nd September. The theme this year is Unchartered Territory,…

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Moving Forward: photo exhibition by homeless young people

The private view of Moving Forward photography exhibition took place on Thursday 14th July at the glamorous offices of The Guardian in Kings Cross, on a rare sunny evening with sun flooding into the space. Moving Forward features beautiful photographs by a group of young students who have been taking creative workshops at Ravensbourne College, but what makes this exhibition all the more…

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Pitt Cue at Devonshire Square

In order to eat at the former site of Pitt Cue restaurant just off Carnaby Street, diners had to queue in the street, sometimes for hours. The reward was a coveted place downstairs in the 5-table poky cellar space, or perched at the cosy bar upstairs. The reason people were prepared to wait was due…

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Review: Fleetwood Mac joined by Christine McVie 02 Arena, final night

One of my earliest music memories is Peter Green singing Need Your Love so Bad, and his own composition Green Manalishi (with the two prong crown), which to my pre-teen brain sounded bewilderingly mystical. Strange to now see Fleetwood Mac, in their present form, live in 2013, over 30 years later. Mick Fleetwood and John McVie command…

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