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Italian Supercars

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As an Italian, Joe really does believe that Ferraris and Maseratis are the ultimate cars. Joe’s passion for exotic machinery, the legendary Italian brands in particular, was instilled from an early age. A visit to the Joe Macari Showroom in London reveals a stunning array of classic, modern, racing and supercars; a more exquisite selection of Ferraris you will not ... Read More »

12 Christmas Wines by The VineYard

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A selection of wines for the festive season suggested by The Vineyard Hotel in Berkshire, the UK’s wine hotel, home to an award winning restaurant, 30,000 bottles of wine and a boutique spa. www.the-vineyard.co.uk   Schramsberg Blanc de Blancs, Napa Valley, 2010: Schramsberg estate is owned by J. Davies Estate and was established back in 1862, it was one of the ... Read More »

The Vineyard – Christmas Cheers at the UK’s Wine Hotel

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Visit the Vineyard site here  Try a ‘Wine Masterclass’ on Christmas Eve during two night Christmas break Try a ‘Champagne Masterclass’ on New Year’s Eve during two night New Year’s Eve break Wine Experience Christmas Gifts including Wine Qualification Courses Christmas Cheers at the UK’s Wine Hotel December Spa break ‘Chill Out & Revive’  Festive Taittinger Discovery Dinner on Friday ... Read More »

Sylvester Fine Art

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The Beautiful Call to Arms “On les aura!” “Vive la Nation!” “Pour hâter la paix par la victoire”: it was these battle cries, used on the French propaganda posters, that stirred a nation into action.   Although it has been 100 years since the beginning of the Great War, these posters are as gripping today as the day they were ... Read More »

London rocks this Summer

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Summer is in full swing and what do we do best in Summer? We get outdoors as much as possible. London truly comes alive in Summer with hundreds of outdoor events planned for everyone from children, students, parents and grandparents. This Summer is no different, and even though we are already halfway into the season, the events are still plentiful. ... Read More »

New Kid On The Block

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Many know Stratford as the site for the 2012 London Olympics, but since then, what has the town become? Before 2012,Stratford was labelled as a no-go part of Greater London, and despite much public apprehension, the £9 billion Olympic Games promised to turn the slum around. And it was worth it. Two years after the Olympics and Stratford is fast ... Read More »

The Little Black Gallery

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Blockbusters! The big exhibitions have all launched recently; Manet at the Royal Academy, Lichtenstein at the Tate, and the V & A’s offering is no less of a visual spectacle! Opening on the 23rd March ‘David Bowie is’ is the first international retrospective of the acclaimed singers career. It features over 300 objects including handwritten lyrics, original costumes, set designs, ... Read More »

Cabaret at The Savoy

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When you hear the phrase “golden age of cabaret” do you think of the 1940s and 1950s or do you think of London in 2013? According to one stalwart of the London cabaret scene, Dusty Limits, “in decades to come, people will think of early 21st-century London as being up there with 19th-century Paris, Weimar Berlin and New York in the 1950s. Where else can you find this combination ... Read More »

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

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New Wimbledon Theatre and First Family Entertainment follow in their tradition of ground-breaking pantomime casting by announcing the biggest and most exciting line-up to date for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The Home of London pantomime will be host to the actress Priscilla Presley making her pantomime and London stage debut as The Wicked Queen, joined by film and ... Read More »

A Moment With Joe McElderry

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Abena Bailey sounds out Joe McElderry about fame after X Factor, growing up and finding his own voice. Christmas time has always been eventful for Joe McElderry. Who can forget the Rage Against the Machine campaign that knocked him off the top spot for Christmas number one after he sang his way to victory in X Factor? And then last Christmas Eve his stalker Ennis McBride ... Read More »

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