All posts tagged iconic

Bohemian Rhapsody – An Alternative Review.

Whilst a film based on QUEEN was always bound to get attention, Bohemian Rhapsody has attracted the wrong kind of attention ever since it entered pre-production in 2010. Sacha Baron Cohen […]

Exclusive Preview: ‘Q Live’ @ Quaglino’s.

Music is amazing. It has the power to forge connections between people through speaking to individuals’ shared feelings and experiences. Music is even better when it’s live. This is something […]

Michael Jackson: On the Wall – The King of Pop, Fashion and Art

Music, fashion and art have always influenced one another, and throughout Michael Jackson’s iconic reign as the King of Pop, this was and is highly evident. Set to showcase his profound […]

She-Ra! She’s progressive! She’s… kinda boring looking.

The current She-Ra redesign fiasco has opened several problematic discussions within the animation community. Even if you don’t give two hoots about comics and cartoons, understanding trends in consumer interaction […]

You’ve got Red on Ya

Red like Dorothy’s sparkling shoes that take her to a place like no other. Red, like that scarlet coloured biro in your pen holder. Red, like Frida Kahlo’s lips in […]

Sense of Space: art pop-up installation

When you think of central London, you probably think of people rushing about in crisp suits, the tall skyscrapers that form the concrete jungle that is the city, and public […]

Q Aperitivo Summer Menu @ Quaglino’s

Last week we had the hottest day of the year so far and it is fair to say that Summer is fast approaching. To pay homage to the warm months […]

The best films to watch when you want to kick back and relax

The deadlines are approaching but so is Christmas.   What does this mean? Soon it will be time for your well-deserved break. In preparation for that sweet downtime, I’ve come […]

Murder on the Orient Express Review – All Aboard! Sir Kenneth Branagh’s Latest is One Train Journey Worthy of a Ticket

If you want to adapt a classic story, Sir Kenneth Branagh is the man for the job. So, with the likes of Henry V (1989), Hamlet (1996) and Cinderella (2015) […]