PREVIEW: London Korean Festival 2017, Kensington Olympia

This free- day long festival will feature plenty of food, drumming, Taekwondo and K-Pop to celebrate Korean culture at the Kensington Olympia on the 8th July.  Separated into two halves, the London Korean Festival will feature martial arts demonstrations, food tastings, and exhibitions during the day for families to enjoy, while in the evening a concert featuring… Read More

Five Reasons to See… The Kite Runner, Playhouse Theatre

Having had a successful West End run earlier this year, Giles Croft’s production is back in London due to popular demand. If you haven’t seen it yet here is why you should:  1. The story: everything about Khaled Hosseini’s story is so vivid and rich in detail that watching it unfold on stage feels particularly special.… Read More

PREVIEW: The City is Ours, London Museum

This new exhibition at the Museum of London will invite visitors to explore the joys and challenges of urban living.  This new display formed of digital and physical interactives and films will tackle issues such as affordable housing, effective urban planning, transport, air quality and  green space to present the challenges and the solutions communities have… Read More