We caught up with Head of Brand & Strategy Veronica Lin to talk about Playsee, local businesses, the positive side of social media, and Things To Do In London.
Ahead of her first ever UK show at O2 Academy Islington, we caught up with Anly to talk about early inspirations, cafes, advice for the next big things, and hopes for 2024.
We caught up with with Talia Andrea, Editor-in-Chief at STRAND Magazine and Founder of FEMMESTIVAL – an all-new, all-female music festival which seeks to close the gap women often face in the live music sector, by showcasing the women making waves in London’s local music scene.
We chatted with composer, pianist and Multi Story Orchestra founder Kate Whitley about the forthcoming performance of The End at London’s Southbank Centre, as well as the importance of creative opportunities for young people, inspirations, and Things To Do in London!
An addictive technicolour trip into the Wilde life!
Between shows on the Fringe, we caught up with Brigitte Aphrodite and Quiet Boy (Gaz Tomlinson) to talk about their 2023 Fringe shows!
A scratchy throat and some interestingly timed audience loo breaks can’t stop Huge Davies from knocking this wonder of stand-up narrative trickery out of the park!
A messy, discordant hour telling the painful side of the George Michael saga with occasional moments of weird wonder.
So look, we’ve been Bourgeois & Maurice devotees for quite some time, and now that the restraining order has lapsed we were free to pin them down for one of our notoriously high-intensity interrogations…
We caught up with Artistic Director Charles Hazlewood to talk reinventing the orchestra, mass-aoke, disabled musicianship, inspirations, and (of course) favourite Things To Do in London!