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Performances ongoing until Jan 12 2019, Tuesday-Sunday, Doors: 6.30pm/Food: 7pm (runtime 3hrs, with the bar open late on Fridays and Saturdays), prices between £35-£55 per head
Though not quite in our usual West London stomping ground, this immersive … Read more →
Tired of the same old dating scene – dragging yourself out for dinner, drinks and a movie, each date more ponderous and predictable than the last? Well, maybe it’s time to try something new. Whether you’re looking to put the … Read more →
Having sailed past these huge isolated sea-forts several times, I’d always been envious of the mysterious structures filled, I was sure, with people having the time of their lives. Dark domes built as defence during the Napoleonic War, they sit … Read more →
When conference calls drag and e-mails clutter the inbox, one fantasises of an escape—a wanderlust-fuelled daydream that encourages travel to somewhere exotic. If you’re dreaming of the sun on your skin, the wind in your hair, and your toes in … Read more →
Few industries have enjoyed such a wild rollercoaster ride in the past decade as the casino industry. And in west London, many gaming establishments have sought to counter negative press and their newfound digital counterpart by implementing some innovative new … Read more →
You first became interested in magic at nine years old, when you received a magic set—what sparked your interest and why do you think it captured your imagination so much?
Paul Daniels was the big TV magician when I was … Read more →
The Amari chain, part of the Onyx hospitality group, has several hotels in Thailand. The Boulevard is a four-star hotel located in Sukhumvit, east of the river in central Bangkok. The city can seem intimidating when you arrive … Read more →
You were born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. What brought you to Notting Hill?
I moved here temporarily with my then partner, a Canadian theatre producer in 1987 and moved here permanently in 1999 with my current partner of 20 years. I … Read more →
Ed Sheeran had agreed to a date in principle but was proving difficult to pin down. It didn’t help that my diary was pretty jam-packed, too. He was free on the Tuesday, but I was sake tasting with Wine Writer … Read more →