London is full of interesting buildings that we visit every day. Unsurprisingly, you may visit a building hundreds of times only ever to see half of what has to offer and never its more interesting and hidden facets. Take a theatre for example. As an audience member you visit the box office, the foyer and then you take your seats. Perhaps you visit the bar … Continue reading Being nosy at the National Theatre
This island has a rich tapestry of occupation in it’s history that’s now a proud part of it’s heritage and local flavours. Continue reading Mauritius; a cultural melting pot in the Indian Ocean
‘Slogans in nice typefaces won’t save the human races’ Continue reading A look at how graphic design has changed the (type)face of politics
Why do you need to have afternoon tea on a double decker when you could be exploring by foot? Continue reading Why the best way to see a London is by using your legs.
On the 8th May 1945 Churchill and his war cabinet left this secret WW2 nerve centre and never returned. And here it lies, perfectly preserved and open to the public… Continue reading A look around Sir Winston’s secret WW2 bunker under London.