Sometimes, just sometimes A-listers take to the big stage and do it well. Kristin Scott Thomas and Bob Hoskins have hit the West End and leave a LOT to be desired.
Archive: October 2005
Life in London need not be boring... the 'Social Flutter-by' looks back on the week that was. It may be getting chilly but it doesn't seem to be stopping unabashed displays of flesh, in more ways than one...
Everyone at some point has something to say, now thanks to the internet and a little bit of willing technology everyone has a place to say it. The podcast could be the soapbox for the digital revolution.
The latest spine-tingling stage production to hit London proves that live on stage just can't be beaten. Even if Cathy Bates is nowehere to be seen...
Do you know about mortgages? What does it matter anyway, there are independent mortgage monkeys who'll pull out their own hair on your behalf. You lucky 1st-time buyers!
They're young, they're gorgeous and they're a hit on the dancefloor... if you happen to like ballet that is. Winsor and Archer share the role of Scissorhands in Bourne's latest show.
Cutting-edge contemporary cinema comes to London for two weeks from 19th October to 3rd November 2005.
Apple are one of the hippest brands around right now thanks to the iPod, but is their inherent coolness courtesy of the diminutive music player, or does the sub zero streak run a little deeper?
They say the web is for everybody, and that includes stoned people. It's time to kick back, chill out and look at some of the 'net's more pleasantly head bending sites.