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Kai aka The Soho (PR) Girl is this founder of My Soho Times (and My London Times), which began life as a blog in 2012 (re-branded in 2015, and eventually launched as a print & online magazine in 2019) for her general ramblings about being a millennial living in the heart of London. Soho’s eccentric community has been shaping Kai’s outlook for the past 17 years, and though it took a while to find her calling in the community (she used to think to survive in Soho she needed to be invisible and, ironically, mind her own business), she’s has stepped out of the shadows to be an influential part of her community. Better now than never, right?
Hot Yoga, travel, promoting diversity, savouring flavoursome foods, red wine and networking are just a few of the things The Soho Girl enjoys delving into.
As the spring sun arrives, we look back on our winter issue to the man whoContinue reading “Mark Powell: The Art of Looking Dapper | My Soho Times”
Despite a recent facelift, Walker’s Court is still home to some of the last of Soho’sContinue reading “Inked in Soho: Diamond Jack’s Tattoo Parlour”
Ever walked through Soho’s buzzing streets and looked above the shop-ground windows to wonder what’s upContinue reading “Measuring up to Tony the Soho Tailor”
Welcome back to all the businesses, and visitors into Soho!
To celebrate National Rosé Day in true Provence style, we headed to Le Garrick in CoventContinue reading “Celebrate National Rosé Day at Le Garrick”
The Soho Girl ushers in the Year of the Ox reflecting on her childhood visit to Beijing China where she got her first bite of the travel bug…
You’ve survived a long harsh winter – now it’s time to celebrate the warmer months ahead!Continue reading “5 Aloha65 Cocktails to Spice Up Your Weekend!”
I arranged to meet with the co-writer, Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong and cast, Olivia Onyehara and Tanisha Spring, for a conversation which delves a little deeper into the process of writing the piece, and using comedy to display everyday racial inadequacies very much alive in the theatre industry…
As 2019 draws to a close and a new decade looms ahead, it’s easy to dwellContinue reading “After 40 Years in Soho, Sendean Cameras closes its shutters on St Anne’s Court”
If you’re heading to the Westend for the Christmas shop, be sure to venture into ‘SohoContinue reading “Someone of Soho Lights Up Oxford Street this Winter | My Soho Times”
The sleigh bells may have missed ringing over Soho this Christmas, however one bell which hasContinue reading “St. Anne’s Church Tower bell rings… Are you listening?”
Here we go again – another lockdown… However we couldn’t have predicted the move into TierContinue reading “Behind the Scenes of Soho Is Open Christmas Video | My Soho Times TV”
And here we have it – the soft launch of My Soho Times TV! And ideaContinue reading “Behind the Scenes of Soho Is Open | My Soho Times TV”
Brunch is latest food craze to hit the capital, and it has comfortably found a homeContinue reading “Brunch at Blacks: Soho’s Oldest Members’ Club | My Soho Times”
The Tier 4 lockdown in London and Southeast announcement has left a grey cloud over ourContinue reading “Giving Back this Christmas | My Soho Times”
When I created My Soho Times as a blog in 2012, the main objective was toContinue reading “My Soho Times Fundraiser is now LIVE!”
Yes, Soho does have a primary school. And it’s vulnerable. Soho Parish School is a lifelineContinue reading “Mums are taking action to raise money for Soho’s only Primary School”
He has earned the nickname ‘Mr London‘ for his hard graft in the hospitality and entertainmentContinue reading “Ray Jones is The Talent Banquer | My Soho Times”
Street of Light: An exhibition of photographs of Soho from the 70s and 80s by JohnContinue reading “John Ingledew’s ‘Streets of Light’ exhibiting at The French House | My Soho Times”
Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday in the United States and Canada which traditionally celebrates aContinue reading “Hummingbird Bakery Thanksgiving treats & Reasons to be Thankful”
One of the perks that comes with my role as editor of a Soho magazine isContinue reading “Dinner Date: Inko Nito with my vegan date Estelle”
Dinner date at Aqua Kyoto – one of the London’s most trendy and unique dining destinations for Japanese cuisine.
Being a new restaurant in Soho must be a bit like being the new kid inContinue reading “Lunch Specials: Robata does Japanese fusion”
Lady Jane plaque unveiled to celebrate the first Women’s Boutique to open on Carnaby Street in the Swinging Sixties
Tony Shrimplin of The Museum of Soho explained, to see Soho’s history you have to lookContinue reading “Lady Jane plaque unveiled to celebrate the first Women’s Boutique to open on Carnaby Street in the Swinging Sixties”
And Soho the journey begins… We’re finally out of the closet! Yesterday we held our firstContinue reading “My Soho Times popup at WeWork Great Chapel St”
Soho has a long and rich history of Italian culture, and this family-run restaurant in theContinue reading “Chef’s Specials: The Italian at 40 Dean Street…”
About last night… There’s only one place that could take me from London to Mexico, withContinue reading “Henrietta Hotel presents Experimental Negroni Club, Covent Garden”
If you’re looking for diversity, fresh views and well, honest opinions – Soho is the placeContinue reading “@NexHypeTV out and about in Soho!”