Short But Not So Sweet – Paapa Essiedu Takes The Lead In Award-winning Mini-Thriller, FEMME

“There’s always gonna be boys that will hurt ya,” Jordan’s dad opens Femme with this foreboding statement, igniting immediately a sense of imminent danger. Crime thrillers conventionally have been dominated by cisgender, heterosexual masculine narratives, but Femme writers and directors Ng Choon Ping and Sam H. Freeman centralise the queer, femme experience against a backdropContinue reading “Short But Not So Sweet – Paapa Essiedu Takes The Lead In Award-winning Mini-Thriller, FEMME”

My Soho Times in Conversation with Gangs of Soho director and cast

Despite a façade verging on the clean-cut these days, it’s Soho’s infamous criminal underworld past that still exerts an almost mystic hold and forms a large part of the area’s identity.  The stories – urban myths or not – are still doing the rounds, so perhaps it was always only a matter of time beforeContinue reading “My Soho Times in Conversation with Gangs of Soho director and cast”

My Soho Times joins the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person aged 18-24 years

My Soho Times is a hyper local lifestyle print magazine, events, and digital platform servicing Soho and the West End. We’re proud to announce we’ve joined the GOV the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person in receipt of Universal Credit, age 18-24 years. The ideal applicant should have anContinue reading “My Soho Times joins the Kickstarter Scheme to offer paid creative opportunities to a young unemployed person aged 18-24 years”

Cabaret makes a sensational comeback at Proud, Embankment

First impressions are everything and from the moment we walked up the decadent red carpet, through the gigantic gilded doors, we were greeted by friendly staff dressed to impress and performance after performance providing breath-taking entertainment.

Ever Been Turned Away From A Club – wait for it – For Being ‘Too Black’?!

Loosely based on the DSTRKT nightclub incident of 2015, Queens of Sheba tells the hilarious, moving and uplifting stories of four passionate Black Women battling every-day misogynoir; misogyny directed towards black women where race and gender both play roles in bias (coined by Moya Bailey).

Dox on the Big Box – NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY TALENT FUND LAUNCH

It was a dark and stormy February night. Outside that is. Inside Soho’s Ham Yard Hotel it was a whole other story. 10 of them in fact, but we’ll come to that. Gillian Smith took shelter at the Netflix Documentary Talent Fund launch for a fresh perspective on British stories…

FrightFest Halloween

It’s that time of year again. Nothing can kill the Spooky Season… so shake off those summer cobwebs, throw on your Michael Myers mask and embrace the hair-raising horrors to come with Frightfest Halloween. The UK’s Number One destination for the fantasy community is open for business once more with nine brand-spanking new features fromContinue reading “FrightFest Halloween”

Last Night in Soho

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”