Last weekend Brixton played host to an incredible all-day music event that featured over 50 local artists and raised a whopping £13,000 for charity. Yes, Oxjam’s Brixton Takeover took place last Saturday (19th October 2013) and I had the pleasure of working with the team at Oxjam and InnoCellence’s fantastic motion designer to create this […]Read more "Oxjam Brixton Takeover Promo Video"
It’s 1930s New York and you’re at the city’s most exclusive speakeasy, sipping bootlegged drinks and mingling with NYC’s finest, and the best part? It’s in Brixton. Finally, thanks to Synomatic Productions and The Cambria, there’s a speakeasy that doesn’t require a lengthy ride on the Northern Line or the dreaded 35 bus. Get ready […]Read more "The Merchant of Venice New York Preview"
London’s Soho has long had an association with bright lights, from neon cocktail glasses on the front of bars to flashing signs down alleyways peddling ‘girls girls girls’, but now there’s one shop that easily stands out from the neon din with a light display so impressive that it could probably light up a whole […]Read more "Chris Bracey at Circus of Soho"
My last experience of a rooftop cinema was back in September at the Queen of Hoxton. I went to see American Beauty and as soon as the film started rolling the Heaven’s opened and the rain came gushing down. Converses soaked through, plastic poncho leaking and rain blurring my vision it was soggy popcorn and […]Read more "Labyrinth at Kensington Roof Gardens"
From director Jimmy Walters and the Bedouin Shakespeare Company comes this charming, new rendition of the well-known Shakespeare play, Hamlet – all the way from Abu Dhabi. Now normally we would expect London to be sending Shakespeare to other countries after a successful run here in England’s capital, but it is exactly the opposite in […]Read more "Hamlet at the Network Theatre review"
Uncle Vanya is one of those familiar-seeming plays that I’ve always felt you should have seen, or at the very least read, so I’m surprised it’s taken me quite so long to actually get myself into a theatre to see it. When I saw the advertisements for the Vaudeville Theatre’s production starring Anna Friel I […]Read more "Uncle Vanya at Vaudeville Theatre review"
I may be biased as I’m a born and bred Londoner, but I just cannot see how any other city could ever match up to the greatness of London… A free exhibition based on the golden years of David Bowie featuring the K West sign from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The […]Read more "David Bowie: The Man Who Fell to Earth at The Movie Poster Art Gallery"