The New Bus For London Arrives @ The London Transport Museum

A life-size 3D mock-up up the Mayor’s ‘New Bus For London‘ is on show from today at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. It will remain at the museum for three months so the public get plenty of opportunity to get a good look at its sleek new design (although it incorporates an open […]

March Mad Hatter’s Ball @ Bussey Building, Peckham This Coming Saturday

Broken Records, Liquid Records, Tribal Vision and Fluorotrash will be hosting the March Mad Hatters Ball, this Saturday, 5 March, at the Bussey Building on Rye Lane in Peckham. The venue has three rooms where the music on offer will range from Liquid Drum & Bass and Dubstep to Progressive House, Filthy Electro, mind-bending techno […]

Animal Kingdom – Movie Review

Last night we went to see ‘Animal Kingdom‘, the new Australian film from director and writer David Michôd. Set in the seedy criminal underworld of urban Melbourne the film opens with the central character ‘J’ sitting passively on a sofa next to his mother who has just died from an overdose. From here he is […]

Sunset Over The Wharf

Nipping over to Canary Wharf to visit the cinema earlier this evening (more on that later) I captured this particular scene, of a DLR train passing over the bridge between Heron Quays and Canary Wharf stations… breathtaking!

Pie, Mash And Art In… Deptford

It’s always exciting to visit a new part of town and come across surprises – London is a mine of hidden treasures, believe me. Today I was south of the river in Deptford to have a look around, and I came across equally mundane and unusual things. Starting with the mundane then, you might be […]

Earlier in the week Annie Mole and I were invited along to a get-together organised in central London by to allow their hosts to mingle for the evening. Described as the grown-up version of ‘couch-surfing’, allows people to let out their spare rooms to visitors on a schedule that is convenient for them, and without […]

Laura Veirs @ The Union Chapel – A Review

Earlier in the week we were over at the Union Chapel, to see Laura Veirs on the last date of her European tour, dubbed ‘The Hall of Flames’. The gig started with Alex Guy, a long-term collaborator of Laura’s, who mixes layers of viola tones, bounces and scrapes to accompany her gentle voice in a […]