This week’s immersive theatre adventure took place down a staircase, through a basement pathway lined with wonders, and then straight down the rabbit hole to Wonderland for David Winder and Andrew Lynford ‘s adaptation. It’s not often you can describe theatre as being great fun, but this was just that. It was absolutely hilarious, clever, […]
Monthly Archives: August 2013
We’re busy in the office today. BUSY TAKING SELFIES TO SUPPORT GAY RIGHTS IN RUSSIA! Why are we doing this? Well, we’re supporting All Out, a global gay rights campaigning organisation. In response to Russia’s new anti-gay legislation and the anti-gay attacks that they have provoked we encourage people to show their support for LGBTQ people […]
Leslie Green was a British architect who was tasked with designing stations for three London underground lines under construction. At the time they were known as the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway (today’s Piccadilly line), The Baker Street and Waterloo railway (today’s sensible named Bakerloo line) and the Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway […]
The latest round of tube visits and ventures are taken from the absolute bible for tube worshippers, Ben Pedroche’s ‘Do Not Alight Here’ and will include a history of and photos of the abandoned stations from his Camden Borough Part 1 walk. What won’t be included are any directions or guidance to get to the […]
Collected images of street art from around Berlin from two work trips to the amazing city. Mainly graffiti, and there’s quite a few wall photos in here too.
A little Pinterest work for the ol’ day job. Can’t take credit for the style of these though; that’s all down to my wonderful colleague Danni. All of these images are pinnable.