Solo Dining at Noble Rot, London – reign supreme!

I’m usually late for most things. However, I can claim to being ahead of the curve with solo dining. I’ve been doing this since 2013 and now, in the time of Covid-19, I can eat…

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Film Review: Carmilla

If only all debut films were like this: story, style and substance. Emily Harris’s debut feature, Carmilla, is a striking and sensual treat for both the ears and eyes. It is a very smart and…

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Film Review – I am Samuel: #LFF2020

I am Samuel is a tender and intimate portrayal of two gay black men, Samuel and Alex’s relationship, directed by Pete Murimi, although it isn’t that simple. I am Samuel is also striking simply because…

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Film Review – Mangrove: #LFF2020

Steve McQueen’s Mangrove, part his Small Axe anthology opened the 64th London Film Festival. It is an urgent and very timely reminder of all the activism and suffering British Black people endured since their arrival…

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Film Review: 23 Walks

23 Walks is a story of an older man and woman who meet whilst walking their dogs in a park in North London and during the course of 23 walks start to fall for one…

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