Reviews & Features

Our reviews and ‘best of’ articles relating to music, food, art, shopping and more in and around Birmingham.

Nikhil and Alex Hulme review 21.5.18

“One day there will be lots of little Ninjas running around on stage making sure everything is perfect”. A message from Nikhil DSouuza, Brilliant! Being the perfectionist… Read more »

London’s Most Romantic Restaurants

London’s Most Romantic Restaurants

London. A city of culture, a city of excitement, a city of romance. If you’re searching for a carefully curated collection of London’s most romantic restaurants, look… Read more »

A Celebration of London’s Inspirational Women

A Celebration of London’s Inspirational Women

  As young people today, we are surrounded by role models who have gone before us to make headway in their spheres, whether that be business, politics,… Read more »

Where to Hang Out If You’re an Empowered Millennial Lady in London

This year marks 100 years since women won the right to vote in the UK, and around London there are events taking place to celebrate and empower… Read more »

Wimbledon – The Home of Tennis!

Tennis has been around in various forms for centuries, however, the modern game of tennis originated in Birmingham, England, in the late 19th century as lawn tennis. Harry… Read more »

London Fashion Week Events by Natalia Sophia

Friday 16th – Tuesday 20th February 2018 LFW: About London Fashion Week is one of the ‘Big Four’ biannual fashion events of the year, alongside New York,… Read more »

The Best Guided Tours in London with a twist

LONDON. A haven for diversity, a home away from home to many and undoubtedly, a destination to explore and unravel inhibitions or better yet gift oneself a… Read more »

The Capital’s Quiet Places – Seeking Solitude in London

The Capital’s Quiet Places – Seeking Solitude in London

You don’t get many days that involve solitude in London, for any one that has experienced the busy charm along with the noisy lows, you will understand… Read more »

Wyvern Lingo at ULU review by Sophie Bremner

Situated in the cosy yet cool Library Bar at ULU’s student building, an evening of surprising yet brilliant musical talent ensued. Danny Starr kicked it off with… Read more »

Tom Speight at St Pancras Old Church by Rachel Bambrough

Sitting beneath four walls is a peaceful haven which is about to be transformed into a lively music venue for the wonderful Tom Speight and his support… Read more »