Cosmo provides a fabulous rest spot after hours of walking, sightseeing and shopping Barcelona. A bright and lively space, it’s a contemporary art gallery, with an awesome food and drink offering on the side. From an art point of view,
A couple of week’s ago, a little worse for wear after a late night at The Laundry and an early morning brunch at Dishoom Shoreditch, I boarded a train from Liverpool Street with two partners in crime, Russell and Chris,
There were many factors propelling me towards Nelly Duff – Richard is a customer, with pieces both at home and in his coffee shops; then I read an article about how street artists were leaning towards galleries more these days;
sketch has the most fabulous interior – I’ve always loved it, and everyone I take there is most impressed. It’s like several venues all under one roof – these are the three zones that have all received the Have You
I seem to have been recommending a fair few ‘things to do’ recently – a slight departure from the normal bars and restaurants I chat about on the blog, but good fun nonetheless, and well-timed with the upcoming long weekend.
Mark Hix is known for his ‘less is more’ approach to food and dining – and Tramshed is a prime example of keeping it simple and very, very good. Having opened multiple super-successful restaurants in the past few years, I
You have exactly one month to book tickets here and hotfoot it to the Hayward Gallery on the Southbank to catch the final 30 days of Martin Creed’s exhibition, What’s The Point Of It? Creed won the Turner Prize back