If you guys are on social media half as much as I am, you must have seen all the little side ad’s or videos of this Summers must have product – The LayBag – going round.
Some of you may remember from a while back, my post about Alice Adventures Underground over at The Vaults. Or my Instagram photos from Bumpass & Parr’s Breathable Alcohol experiment. Well, I am incredibly excited to announce that the teams behind both are collaborating, along with Les Enfants Terribles, ebp and Creature of London, to bring you the first ever interactive theatrical dining experience of Roald Dahl’s The Twits.
I went home last week to escape the city and spend some well over due time with the family. After spending the morning helping siblings with home work, watching my sisters dance routine and playing football in the garden, my mum and I popped into Walton to do a quick spot of shopping. As we walked into The Heart shopping centre we spotted The Amazing Chocolate Workshop’s stall.
You may remember my post a little while back about Pop Brixton, that at the time had just opened. Well, as you can image, a year on and the place is now in full swing and somewhere that Ed and I go to often, due to it’s easy of location and the variety of food it has to offer. It’s perfect if you both fancy something different for dinner or it’s just a lovely sunny day.
One place in Pop that, without a doubt, I go to every time we are there is Koi Ramen Bar.
I love Mayfair. As an area I think there’s just something about it that’s so sophisticated. The designer stores, the beautiful Green Park opposite and of course, the selection of amazing restaurants.
The week before last I had the opportunity to try one of those restaurants with work, the recently revamped May Fair Kitchen.