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In April 1994, Boulestin restaurant in Covent Garden closed down after nearly 70 years and London lost one of its most influential and best-loved restaurants. Now Joel Kissin, who alongside Sir Terence Conran was credited with changing the face of the London restaurant scene, is set to introduce this fine-dining institution to a new generation when he opens Boulestin in September 2013.
Notting Hill Kitchen will be opening mid-June on Kensington Park Road, bringing with it a new and exciting take on modern Portuguese and Spanish cuisine, from award-wining Chef Luís Baena. We have had the opportunity to interview the man himself.
Tom Sellers talks to us about his new restaurant, Story, which will be opening in April.
Eric Chavot is soon opening his new restaurant in Mayfair, Brasserie Chavot. Here is our interview with the Michelin-starred Chef.
We interviewed Nick Hackworth, curator of this year’s Photo50 at the London Art Fair. The fair takes place from 16th to 20th January and brings together over 130 leading galleries from across the UK and overseas.
Michael Hoppen talks with us about his passion for photography and his collection, a selection of which is currently on view at the Michael Hoppen Gallery.
American photographer Steve McCurry has published his latest monograph, The Iconic Photographs. Famous worldwide for his photograph Afghan Girl, he talked with us about his career and his passion for photography.
We have had the opportunity to talk with Colombian artist Santiago Montoya regarding his exhibition at Halcyon Gallery, “The Great Swindle”.
Heidi Locher, talented architect and artist, talks to us about her latest exhibition at Londonewcastle Project Space, Hotel Kalifornia.
We have had the pleasure of talking with PR-talent and entrepreneur Jack Freud about his latest venture, Barbarella. The supper club opened its doors on October 17th, after a glamourous £2million refurbishment, rejuvenating the legendary Barbarella.
We have had the pleasure of interviewing Brad Wilson regarding his latest exhibition of captivating animal portraits, ‘Affinity’. The award-wining American photographer talks to us about why he chose to photograph animals in a studio and how it feels to get so close to endangered and dangerous animals.
Artist Alice Instone talks about her latest exhibition at The Cob Gallery – Because A Fire Was In My Head.