Boutique lifestyle event planning company D’Nero Group attended and covered the celebratory party we put on to mark our milestone two years of our print publication My Soho Times on the 22.2.22!
When foreign destinations flipped colours more often than a faulty set of traffic lights, it was time to take the road less travelled. Tom Trevatt took us along on his campervan voyage out of London…
Snuggle up and get ready to be inspired these 9 foodies who’ve eaten their way through Autumn menus… I hope you’re hungry, it’s likely to be a delivery service kind of night!
We invited filmmaker Ivo Belohoubek to be our guest blogger and share his experience dining at the Orient London in China Town… Real people – real opinions – about real food!
We caught up with writer Jess Toale and her pup Clive the bulldog in their stumping ground, Covent Garden, to hand over a copy of our autumn issue with their contributing article inside – fresh from the printers! Read on for Jess’ recommendation on dog-friendly places to paws for a coffee (or treat!)!
There is a tiny cafe in Soho that was a lifesaver during lockdown… B Bagel Bakery Bar!
Tim Baros takes us on his culinary experience dining at the Old Compton Brasserie after its recent re-opening since lockdown… It was surely missed during the COVID lockdown – but to be back there, on opening day – July 4th – and to be greeted by Max, one of the best restaurant managers in townContinue reading “Old Compton Brasserie is Back and Better Than Ever”
Gillian Smith attended BREAK, the first ever Drive-In premiere on 22nd July at Brent Cross, London. The film was rolled out nationwide in other drive-in venues, starting with Sheffield.
Dr Luke Dixon of Urban Beekeeping shares insight into Soho’s often unspoken biodiversity and tips on how we can do our part to save the bees…
It’s probably safe to say London would not be the multi-cultural wonderland it is today without the influence of Asian culture. The Chinese New Year ceremonies (2020 is the Year of the Rat), are a true testament to the culture’s direct influence on the big city. Performances take place throughout the holiday and decorations areContinue reading “The Asian Fusion: Why Londoners have an obsession with the flavours of East Asia…”