As someone who lives in the United States, I am surrounded by burgers of all kinds. Whether it be big or small, sweet or tangy, spicy, or juicy – I have seen them all!Am I really a “burger” person? No. But do I crave them once in while? Yes! After being away from home forContinue reading “Honest Burgers New Orleans Special in collaboration with The Garden of Eva”
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”
Here at My Soho Times we couldn’t let the 94th Academy Awards pass without a brief inspection of one of the key elements of any Oscars night – the outfits. Gillian Smith shares more…
The West End’s latest home for live music and late night dining… Welcome to 28°-50° by Night!
Frankie Field gets a moment with Proud Cabaret All Stars sensation Helen Lederer…
This March, Honest Burgers have teamed up with Guinness to launch the GUINNESS FONDUE burger, on offer at all Honest restaurants and for delivery from the 1st to 28th March… Our editor in chief Kai aka The Soho Girl knew just the person to invite for a taste test – Soho’s very own lucky charm, Bev Elliott aka TheContinue reading “Honest Burgers x Guinness launch the GUINNESS FONDUE burger – a toast to St Patrick’s Day!”
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”
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.
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).
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…