11:18am Tuesday 6th September 2016
2:31pm Thursday 29th September 2016
“I remember when I worked in a hotel bar, there was an old man who used to come in who had fought on the Somme. He never said much about the war but he was a very talented and well-read man. All I remember him saying about it was: “No sane man ever went over the top sober,” and that always stuck me, because what sane person would?” Sean McGinley asks me.
- Pete Firman tells us what came first, the comedy or the magic.
- Ben Norris hitchhiked around the country to reconnect with his dad. But does that make a good show? Georgina Campbell finds out.
- We send our new cabaret reviewer, the much sequinned Luke Sproule, along to Bourgeois & Maurice's new show. But how did he get on?
9:21am Thursday 29th September 2016
10:35am Thursday 29th September 2016
The Rosewood Hotel is the name on everyone's lips, but is it all pomp and no circumstance? Katherine MacAlister visits the new London hotel to find out.
2:30pm Thursday 22nd September 2016
With London’s never ending revitalisation and luxurification showing no signs of abating, it's hard to come up with a new concept to top the five star pile, but The Rosewood has done just that, relying on impeccable taste, charm and elegance to make its mark.