McQueen | Film Review by Tim Baros

Fashion designer Alexander McQueen was a genius He had an eye for fashion but was also a troubled soul. The new documentary ‘McQueen’ shows the highs, and the lows, of McQueen’s life.   Alexander McQueen, born in London’s East End…

The glitz, the glamour, the stars, the red carpet, the sun. Yes, it’s time again for the Cannes Film Festival.

From May 17 – 28, the film and party bacchanalia is the place to be and be seen. It’s a festival so unlike any other, the stars come out in full force. And for this, the 70th annual, there will…

Queereteria Review

Andy Bell, the man we all know from Erasure, has just released his third solo album called Queereteria, and in conjunction, he is in a new play of the same name at the Above the Stag Theatre. Both the album…

Waitress the Musical

Pies Pies Pies, it’s all about the pies. Any way you want them she will make them – Jenna – the waitress in the West End Musical ‘Waitress.’ Jenna (Katharine McPhee) works in a diner called Joe’s Pie Diner. Jenna…

Players Bingo

Bingo is no longer for the blue-haired grandmothers – with Players Bingo it is now for everyone! Mecca Bingo, the brand most-beloved by many people with dabbers in hand, have introduced a fun, crazy and brilliant night of food, drinks…

The Swan, London – Restaurant Review

Tucked inside the world-famous Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre on the South Bank right next to the Tate Modern is a restaurant where you can get perhaps one of the best Sunday roasts in London. The Swan, a multi-level restaurant and bar,…

BFI Flare, London’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2019

BFI Flare, London’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival, is back in its 33rd year and will take place from 21st – 31 March 2019. It will be ten days of films and events for our community, a celebration of all things gay…

Vivi – Restaurant Review

For those who remember Centrepoint 101 – the bar and restaurant on top of Centrepoint – 33 stories above ground – you’ll remember how great it was, more so the views and the cocktails and less so the food. Well,…

Betrayal Review

Heartthrob Tom Hiddleston shines in Jamie Lloyd’s new production of ‘Betrayal,’ now playing at the Pinter Theatre in London’s West End. ‘Betrayal’ is one of the late Harold Pinter’s more well-known works (from 1978), and it also clocks in at…

Benjamin Film Review

Comedian Simon Amstell has directed and written his first film – it’s called ‘Benjamin.’ He actually also could’ve called it Simon. ‘Benjamin’ follows the life of filmmaker Benjamin (played by the charming Colin Morgan). He is a frustrated, self doubting…