Antony Fitzgerald is breaking boundaries as a 57 year old professional model – and now he’s pushing the door open for other mature models of colour to have a platform to be seen. For our Autumn ’21 issue, Antony shared in his own words creating a movement to change how we see age and colour inContinue reading “Meet the New Silver Generation | My Soho Times”
It’s official – the festive season has kicked off and is now underway. Ticked off the Autumn list is Halloween, Bonfire Night and Remembrance Day; now nothing stands in our way… it’s plain sailing under an artificially illuminated sky right up to December 25th, the big one.
My Soho Times made a comeback with their monthly panel events Soho x (times) Talks, as previously organised pre-lockdown. Taking place last Tuesday 16th November at the brand new bar & gallery space Canwood55 Frith Street, Soho x Talks in Conversation with New Silver Generation was a celebration of mature models of colour as seenContinue reading “Highlights from Soho x Talks in Conversation with New Silver Generation”
Soho rocks. And rolls. And everything else in between. The Swinging 60s cemented the idea of the area as the centre of cool, but audio-wise its history goes way back.
As the season changes and with it comes the first signs of Christmas, we take a stroll down memory lane to the ‘Soho side‘ of Oxford Street where W1 Curates lit up (and continue to) a famous High Street with art…
Celluloid Soho is taking another bow to (hopefully) rapturous applause with the release of Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho, a little while later than expected due to pandemic delays. The film stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie and Matt Smith and is a time-travelling, lovingly recreated ode to the swinging 60s, with a twist ofContinue reading “Last Night in Soho”
The West End is opening back up, and that means theatre is back! Tim Baros shares some recommendations on the shows that should be on your radar… it’s been a long lockdown and there’s nothing more West End than attending a real live show!
After a stop-start few months, My Soho Times is delighted to debut our Arts Report on Soho Radio, airing once a month and presented by Gillian Smith.
Gillian Smith explores how the arts in Soho coped with lockdown #1 and how the re-boot is faring. How are our music clubs, theatres and cinemas enticing the public back?