Category: Music

Yorkshire champagne rhubarb rounding it off at the Rotunda

Rotunda at Kings Place

Kings Place is one of the those gems, despite being a stone’s throw from the St Pancras Eurostar terminal, which has not yet fully penetrated London’s consciousness. Peter Millican, a…[Read more]

Expertly executed scallops

l’Hedoniste Paris

It’s not very often I write a negative review; as an ex-restaurateur I know what it’s like to have an off day, and customers are sometimes too quick to judge…[Read more]

41 Dean Street Soho

Ducksoup

This place is so relaxed in its fit out, it’s almost falling apart, but in a good way. There is obviously a big advantage in the current trend of stripped-down,…[Read more]

Coffee and music notes

Notes Music and Coffee

I was stopped in my tracks passing this one in St Martins Lane last week. How had it passed under my radar? There is no shortage of venues in London…[Read more]

Rhubarb at the Royal Albert Hall – 8 May 11

On Friday night at the Albert Hall Nitin Sawhney gave one of his now increasingly rare UK concerts. Apart from being one of the world’s most versatile musicians, drawing inspiration…[Read more]

When the music has to stop – 23 Nov 10

There is a quiet rebellion afoot. Just One Day, which takes place tomorrow, is a global initiative masterminded by St Martins in the FieldsĀ  to investigate the power of silence;…[Read more]