Trimalchio in West London
You may not have heard that word before. ‘Trimalchio.’ It goes back to a 1st century play by Pelonius. It belonged to a slave who escapes bo
Earth Hour: Finding a Moment amongst the Shadows
London lives in illumination: the dazzling west-end lights, the soaring tower blocks. This is a city averse to the dark...
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‘What’s your favourite yoga pose?’ seems an unlikely question to ask someone like DJ Ron, the record producer and rave culture...
‘Agatha’, at The Pleasance Theatre
Downstairs at The Pleasance Theatre is a small room with limited stage space. Down here, a compelling and larger than life story is being told, one th
Join The Happy Hunters: Hackney Flea Market
The objects do not exist simply as relics, rather, they are involved in this perpetual circulation...
IWD: The Meaning of Woman
Who are these women you speak of, who can walk 5 miles in 6 inch heels and hold 7 different things in one hand, yet couldn’t undo a jar of pickles i
The Electrifying Renaissance of Chess
There are more possible chess moves than there are atoms in the universe. For chess is many things...