Cruel Comedy, a double bill of short plays by Octave Mirbeau will be playing at the Great Northern Railway Tavern on Friday 8th July at 6 p.m., on Saturday 9th July at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., and on Sunday 10th July at 6 p.m.
Read more Translating Octave Mirbeau – with scripts!
A brief post with the file for the script of 'A Soldier's Song'. Feedback would be welcome!
Read more A Soldier’s Song Script
The service was charm itself and the room just as functional as you'd want from a pit stop pizzeria. Prices showed that K Town has slid nearer to Primrose Hill than it used to be so we retired to the Park Tavern for post-food relaxation and proper north London prices.
Read more Resto 6 East West Pizza, K Town
For main a pancetta lump (it was more elegantly described on the menu) was a thing of wonder - three sticky boulders of pig in a fiercely hot sauce with plenty of veg alongside.
Read more Resto 5 Lima, Fitzrovia
Would I go back? Probably not. Would I recommend it for a good, quick, cheap-ish meal if you're in the area. Possibly, it's got to be better than Café Rouge.
Read more Resto 4 Zizzi, St Paul’s
A rare 9/10 - exceptional food, wine and service make José P the new go to in Piccadilly.
Read more Resto 35 José Pizarro at the Royal Academy, Piccadilly
It wasn't expensive for this area and it was strongly populated by students so they're obviously catering for a particular market. But not a market that is overly particular.
Read more Resto 34 Rocca, South Kensington
It's a real plus to have somewhere a bit different in this part of town.
Read more Resto 33 Papa L’s Kitchen, St James’s
We were on the way to see The Banshees of Inishfree at the pictures in the new (-ish) development in Finsbury Park and with one of us doing Japanese lessons Tonkotsu seems to be a logical manoeuvre. Trade wasn’t brisk on a Saturday teatime but the welcome was friendly and we got a table near…
Read more Resto 32 Tonkotsu, Finsbury Park