Imagine Spa at the Hilton, Heathrow is a 5* oasis where Pamper has a capital ‘P’. With the promise of a salt grotto, sauna, steam room, ice fountain and a Serail Mud Chamber, it was hard to think of anywhere I’d rather spend the day.
Last weekend, gin-thusiasts of the world united at Shoreditch’s Factory 7 for a celebration of the spirit in all its glory. Showcasing the manufacturing process as well at the beverage in question, Junipalooza said three cheers to the drink of the moment, taking gin lovers on the journey from berry to bottle with a little help from a few tasters along the way.
Although there are hundreds of shops on Oxford Street, I’ve always struggle to find a nice restaurant with a hearty menu in the capital’s shopping metropolis. Fortunately, once i’ve worked up an appetite deliberating which shoes to purchase ‘black’ or ‘very black’?, I now have somewhere to recharge my batteries. Snugly tucked on the ground floor of the Mandeville Hotel, Reform Social and Grill is informal yet sophisticated. With classic décor inspired by the gentleman’s clubs of yesteryear and a menu of mouth-watering ingredients sourced from the British Isles, Reform Social and Grill has been awarded with a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, and continues to impress London’s most discerning diners all year round.
Devoted to the pursuit of healthier, more fulfilling and more creative lifestyles, Mind Body and Spirit Festival was the first of its kind. The four day festival is now the largest and longest running wellbeing event in the world, attracting spiritual seekers from across the globe. With this year’s festival bringing with it over 100 of the industry’s most cutting edge exhibitors, therapists, authors and experts, I wanted to find out how Mind Body and Spirit is good for the soul.
Based on a Swedish romantic horror novel and film by John Ajvide Lindqvist,‘Let the Right One In’ has a story that writer Jack Thorne couldn’t help but sink his teeth into. From now until September, his stage adaptation of the fang-tastic thriller will be haunting the Apollo Theatre on the infamous Shaftesbury Avenue.