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Royal Opera House La Traviata Review

The acclaimed English writer, Julian Barnes once said,
“Opera cuts to the chase-as death does. An art which seeks, more than any other form, to break your heart”.

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Late night drinks at the gallery

It is said that ‘artists and poets still find life’s meaning in a glass of wine’.

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Dame Vivienne Westwood Tackles Climate Change

“Activists, we have a choice between victory and death”, said Dame Vivienne Westwood in reference to Climate Change. 

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Are you Fit to Spit?

Anthony Nolan’s, Saving the Lives of People with Blood Cancer tackles the heavy misconception that donating is scary.

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London Dungeon Lates Reviewed

Any where with the signage ‘adults only’ and ‘gin cocktails on arrival’ assuredly guarantees you a good night. In the case of the London Dungeon Lates however I wouldn’t be too sure. 

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Celebrate all things Mexican

2015 is the year of Mexico. This is not just because its capital city played a staring role in Sam Mendes’s billon dollar Spectre, or that Day of the Dead has evolved to be one of the worlds most eminent celebrations. No, in fact according to Gov.uk 2015 has been designated as the year of Mexico in the UK.

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Skating at Somerset House

There must be something to distract us from the cold and miserable November drear. 

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Wembley Lights up for Paris

Never have the words Liberte, Egalite, and Fraternite held such international emotional resonance. Since the attacks on Paris where 129 people were killed and 99 injured, the world has lit up their most celebrated monuments in the blue, white and red of the French flag. A very public demonstration of unity and solidarity in this most troubling of times.

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There’s meth-od to our madness and GQ calls it “one of the coolest things in the world”

On a frosty Thursday evening Convent Garden is a hive of activity. Piles of people spill over on the ancient cobbled streets. Amidst the pockets of after work drinkers, street performers and shopaholics two young men stagger in yellow jumpsuits and gas masks, an absurd site for this bourgeoisie piazza.

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