Winter 2014

Dear Readers

The change of season is here and we need a little more motivation to leave the comfort of our homes – fortunately there’s a wealth of great things going on locally. Whether you’re heading out for a bite to eat or an evening’s entertainment, we’ve had a peek at some of the best of the best in London.

The eerie tales from the Brothers Grimm are given an interactive twist at the OXO Wharf’s Bargehouse theatre, a venue that is sometimes over-looked, and Treasure Island is running at the National Theatre for Christmas. So the Southbank really is packed with things to do. Along the riverside, the Design Museum has an engaging exhibit called ‘Women Fashion Power’ for those looking for something thought-provoking too. We also have included a few January offers from local eating and drinking venues so there is something special for the New Year that won’t break the bank.

Lastly, we have profiled nearby Clapham North, spanning from the independent Picturehouse near the common, up along the High Street and discovered vegetable growing underground.

Otherwise, if you feel like staying at home, then curl up on the sofa with a fabulous Cava or fine wine and read all about it instead.

Cheers!

A Webb
Editor

Angela Webb, Editor

Also from this Edition:
  • Prego An irresistible attitude to food and hospitality at Olivelli
  • a world of FEASTING Food for the season at home and abroad
  • LOCANDA del Melo Fine Foods Deli on Long Lane opens its doors for restaurant dining too
  • A bit of SPARKLE A look inside the methods and qualities of our favourite glasses of fizz
  • winter SPECIALS January deals to enjoy when the Christmas party is over
  • not a MULTIPLE CHOICE The 'Women Fashion Power' exhibition showcases at the Design Museum
  • SHARE the secrets The Lounge Hair Salon is a great place to discover the secrets of good hair-care
  • the winter in BLOOM From beautiful Lillies to Valentines Roses, the sweet scent of flowers can last all year long
  • GLAD again Revisiting an old haunt, and an old style of music
  • FAIRYTALES for young and old Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales return in an immersive storytelling experience
  • Entertainments Listings Winter seasons listings
  • a true INSPIRATION The 'Inspiring Women' Campaign stopped off in SE1 to talk to girls about their career potential
  • competition winner: TANGLED A Short Story
  • DREAM Homes A new feature, looking at homes for lottery-winners and oligarchs
  • VISITING Clapham North Taking a walk through South London's 'village by the short hill'

	
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