Theatre Review: ‘My Last Duchess’
Last week Londnr was invited to sample a little snippet of the New Diorama Theatre’s current season of plays ‘Reptember Reloaded’; put on by The
Public Warning: New Year, New Me-Tox
Spurred on by the annual decimation of the turkey carcass, citizens are now intent on doing the same to their own bodies. Although spring is still a .
What Lies Beneath: Gay Escorting
We live in the 21st century. Traditional attitudes to sex went out the window in the 60s – and surely things have only got less conservative since t
Quintessentially British: How The Brew Grew
There is something to be said about us Brits and our tea. No matter who is asked, if an association needs to be made between...
How Prince Charles Changed Our Skyline
You might wander through London’s bustling streets, unaware that His Royal Highness Prince Charles has changed the face of the city around you...
Is Modern Mothering Mad?
I applaud the mothers who let their sons wear make-up; something not only considered 'girly', but often associated with the homosexual community...
How Food Shapes London
It began with London’s main trade systems, where fresh produce and products were imported to feed the city. These ports and harbours have geographic
Can Squatting Be Art?
Ponder carefully on the reasons behind the decision to confer Europe’s most prestigious visual-art prize to a collective of non-artists for a projec
Why Are We So Scandi-Crazy?
We in London and the rest of the UK are obsessed with Sweden. The trend and general hysteria has only become more and more ubiquitous...