The Time of Your Life

A man’s birthday (played by the founder of Gecko, Amit Lahav) plunges him into a surprise party, one he views as ‘emotional’. The moment induces reflection as we are transported to the very beginning of his life when he is placed into a makeshift womb. Every new room he walks through, with a shifting stage,… Continue reading

Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend

Finally, we are allowed out of our homes and into the sunshine (with restrictions, of course!). As some of our favourite places are opening up, here are the top things to do in London this weekend: Alexandra Palace Terrace - visit Enjoy socially distanced alfresco drinks in the sunshine at Alexandra Palace on their beautiful… Continue reading

Workplace allegations lead to a loss

Following allegations of sexual misconduct, unfair treatment, and racially insensitive remarks, three producers chose to leave The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman, as well as co-executive producer Jonathan Norman resigned from the TV show after allegations were made by former staff members. BuzzFeed News reported 36 interviews with former staff… Continue reading

Indian Matchmaking Review

Netflix released an 8-part documentary on the world of Indian matchmaking. This docu-show delves into the intricacies of what it takes for two people to get married within the Indian culture. Numerology, astrology and the parental viewpoint are the three things that make up an Indian marriage. At the heart of the documentary is Sima… Continue reading


BalletBoyz ‘Bradley 4:18' begins with a solitary figure dressed in a blue suit surrounded by, what can we assume are, the city’s neon lights. We follow him slowly explore his cramped space with short sharp jerks of his body. The explosive movements are always curtailed as if something in his mind is holding him back;… Continue reading

A weekend in Marlow 

Brexit. The gift that keeps on giving. With €1.09 to the pound at the time of writing (ergh!) you’ll be forgiven for shunning the foreign exchange office and endless airport queues for the new trend in British holiday making, the staycation. Given Britain’s new summer status as a tropical island just off the coast of… Continue reading