Rouge Review

The final headline act the 2019 Underbelly Festival Southbank is the Australian circus cabaret act Rouge. The award-winning group is in a long line of acts that have played at the famous Southbank venue, the most memorable of them Little…

National Cafe Review

Tucked inside the National Gallery is the National Cafe which is serving amazing food at realistic prices in a very very central location. Peyton & Byrne’s venture is a definite winner. The food is what you’d expect from a restaurant…

Evita Review

One of the biggest, best and most well-known of shows Evita has made another return to London. Evita, which has been around since 1978, tells the story of Eva Peron (a/k/a Evita) who was the wife of Argentine President Juan…

Romulo Café London (Review)

Romulo Café, a restaurant that is a taste of the Philippines in the heart of Kensington (and London), has food that I guarantee you can’t find anywhere else in London. It’s Filipino food that is unique, flavorful, sumptuous and excellent…

Pasta Nostra Restaurant

Excellent tasting homemade pasta and very very reasonable prices? It’s Pasta Nostra. Only open for a couple of months, Pasta Nostra, located on a strip of Old Street between the station and Goswell Road, in an area that sorely needs…

Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show

The life of Jean Paul Gaultier is told in a very unique style at the Southbank in a show appropriately called Jean Paul Gaultier Fashion Freak Show. And what a show it is! Ever since JPG was a little boy…

Uli – Restaurant Review

One of the most beautiful restaurants in Notting Hill is serving up Pan Asian food at very good prices. Uli, just 2 minutes walk from Notting Hill tube station, is very recognisable by its glass-enclosed front where once you walk…

The View Upstairs

If you plan to see any show this summer, make sure it is The View Upstairs. The View Upstairs is a musical that’s full of very talented actors and singers; it’s a show that is based on a very tragic…

The Night of the Iguana Review

The Night of the Iguana was never really Tennessee Williams’ best work, and a new theatre production in London adds very little to it. Now playing at the Noel Coward Theatre, movie star Clive Owens plays defrocked priest Reverend T. Lawrence…

Only You Film Review

A contemporary romantic drama starring Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor, from first-time filmmaker Harry Wootliff. ‘Only You’ was shown as part of the London Film Festival’s First Feature Competition. Elena (Laia Costa), 35, and Jake (Josh O’Connor), 26, meet by…

Fab UK team have produced another exciting issue.Featuring Elton Jhon, was taken by Brice Anxionnaz and was nominated as one of the festival’s Best Photo by the Cannes Film Festival organisers.
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