20th Century masterpiece, ‘No Exit’. Written in the claustrophobic atmosphere of wartime Paris this up-to-date production resonates with recent events when lockdown meant that for many the blackly comic aphorism, ‘Hell is other people’, was all too true.
All in all as good as any similar establishment in the area while having a little more of a feel of a proper night out than some.
Good quality Vietnamese eats and a pleasant surprise on the beer front.
On the back of a battering at the hands of Ardleigh we repaired to the local pub for a chat with the opposition and some grub. Roast salmon was very good with plenty of spuds but a slight paucity of veg. Not quite up to the Swan’s standards but still good value for money. 7/10
The first day of a cricket tour with golf behind me and five days of the red ball ahead I came to our digs’ local hungered and thirsty. Thirst was taken care of by a pint of Adnam’s best while on the eating side of things there was a good range of standard pub fare…
If you want to celebrate ‘Freedom Day’ there’s probably nowhere better to be than Pompey. The islanders are a liberty loving people and any Covid related caution was greeted with a sceptical eye bordering on ridicule. You can walk through centuries of history and centuries of architecture in a journey from The George (one of…
Finally somewhere new to review and it’s a good one. Panton Street, blessed with Asian food, is where you’ll also find the Japan Centre, Kanada-Ya and Yori. But we sought novelty so we gave JUMAK39 (yes, it’s all in capitals) a go. At the door we were asked if we wanted buffet or casual. Casual…
Cockmonster vs indifference. Some great singing and food.
An appreciation of cricket and The Cricket Society on its 75th anniversary.
After the seeing the excellent Spilliaerts exhibition at the RA I'd booked Zédel to see how one of the more up-market groups was handling the Covid thing. And eat some good grub too, natch.