Alannah Dorli Jones Review: Citysong At Soho Theatre Citysong, Soho Theatre 3 Lyrical plays are few and far between these days. Dylan Coburn Gray’s Citysong, (winner of Soho Theatre’s Verity Bargate award) exemplifies all the joys as well as the drawbacks of the genre. This love letter to Dublin charts three generations of one family…

Will Noble A Frozen Espresso Martini Pop Up Is Coming To Soho The Espresso Martini: so perennially popular among drinkers, it has its own society. Now, the Espresso Martini Society is back — and this time its cocktails are super-chilled… to the point that they’re frozen. The frozen mint martini Iced coffee martinis, salted caramel…

CLUCK YEAH, Coqfighter is opening its first proper restaurant in Soho this month, and on Beak Street no less. The menu will feature all the old Coqfighter faves from the Boxpark Shoreditch and Croydon sites, including the fried chicken bao with Szechuan mayo, pickled daikon and Korean hot sauce, the honey ginger buffalo burger, and…

Will Noble You Can Drink Your Pint Stark Naked In This Soho Pub Reminds us of a certain Monty Python sketch Walk into any London boozer wearing nothing but a grin, and you’ll be out on your ear before you’ve had the chance to order. But now, one Soho pub is actively encouraging its customers…

London’s Gay Men’s Chorus performed outside the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho to remember the victims of a deadly nail bomb attack on 30th April 1999. The attack, which killed three people and injured 79, was the third bomb attack in a fortnight by a self-confessed homophobe and racist. seo link building London Source link

Tabish Khan This Arty Soho Restaurant Offers Generous Portions And Fulsome Flavours Old Compton Brasserie 4 It’s a lovely art-y interior. Soho’s Old Compton Brasserie aims to capture the spirit of the area, with art covering the walls and cocktails named after past Soho regulars including Charles Dickens and Francis Bacon. You know you’re in…

Johnny Fox King’s Speech: Genius 2.0 At Soho Theatre Genuis 2.0, Soho Theatre 4 At 53, Simon Evans isn’t so different from circuit comedians half his age — a rhetorical stream of invective squirted squarely at current events, with the exception that he speaks entirely in well-honed sentences, not an er, ah or um in…