A short post on Thomas Lis' outstanding performance of #Chopin at Westminster Cathedral Hall. One of the best performances I've seen so far this year. This in contrast to Matt Helders' woeful turn at King Tut's.
Our go to pre-Almeida place is usually Radici but this week we fancied a change. La Petite Auberge is only marginally more distant from the theatre and at six on a Tuesday there was plenty of room inside, and given the state of traffic on Upper Street a pavement table wasn’t especially alluring. The room…
A brief post with the file for the script of 'A Soldier's Song'. Feedback would be welcome!
The next BSSH sport and leisure history seminar at the IHR will be given by Dil Porter, who will be talking about the history of sport from below and the history of recreational football. Do come along for a stimulating discussion.
5.30pm Mon 11th March, John S Cohen Room
High quality Scottish produce in a beautifully renovated building.
Enough savagery. The Chablis was excellent, as was the service. In fact Glasgow sets a high standard for service in the UK, from King Tut's to the Cathedral front of house was professional to the core.
Good pizza and a homely atmosphere on a slow Monday afternoon - Sacro Cuore almost rivals Bufala di Londra for pizza in this neck of the woods.