Dada, one of the world’s most exciting and controversial art movements of the 2oth Century, is celebrating its 100th birthday this year and it’s being done in typical style. The art and cultural movement was born out of the avant-garde world that was thriving in the Swiss city of Zürich in the 1910s before spreading […]Read more
Feasts and flavours of the Southbank Food Festival, London
With more than 40 small, independent producers the Southbank food festival offers a wide variety of street food and produce bringing fresh food into an exciting part of London, itself dominated by the concrete of the Southbank Centre, the Royal Festival Hall and other arts buildings that sit between the River Thames and Waterloo railway […]Read more
Taste of Mexico on a wet London evening
Plates of fried locusts, tumbling piles of brightly coloured chillies and Mole Poblano dribbling down your chin can only mean one thing … you’re in Mexico. Straddling the Carribean Sea and Pacific Ocean Mexico is a land of extremes in climate, politics, geography and food. Always colourful, Mexico is enjoying a renaissance in its food, […]Read more
Grenada to host choc fest
The Caribbean island of Grenada is one of the few places in the world where cocoa is grown and turned into chocolate using traditional methods, and this festival is geared up to following the journey cocoa takes from ‘tree’ to ‘bar’. So, locals have organised a Chocolate Festival celebrate the islands historical links with the […]Read more
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