Of Mice and Mannequins – Anthromorphic Taxidermy with A Field Guide

My sister has a penchant for deciding that we are going to experience “sister bonding” whilst doing things I detest. This year she begged and begged until I finally agreed to accompany her to a Anthromorphic taxidermy class. Anthromorphic taxidermy is the stuffing and preserving of animals whilst giving them actions, accessories, or characteristics from […]

Emily’s Adventures in Banksy’s Dismaland

Banksy’s Dismaland has been the subject of much hype in the art world. It’s effectively an “anti-Disney” theme park in which themes of capitalism and ironic commentary on society run riot throughout a carefully curated selection of both gaudy and subtly clever artwork. This bleak theme park is perfectly situated in a derelict and abandoned […]

Traveling Back In Time at California’s Travel Town

There’s a gem for travel geeks nestled deep in the hills of Los Angeles’s Griffith Park. Travel Town is a dedicated patch of land full to the gills with old train stock, engines, trolleys and other travel-related paraphernalia. It was founded in 1952 and has an impressive collection which is sure to delight kids and […]

Through The Smoking Wardrobe – a Review of Lady Chastity’s Reserve

Lady Chastity’s Reserve, The Four Thieves Pub – Review Handmade Mysteries 4 stars For Lady Chastity’s Reserve, 2-5 players are locked in a small dusty room fully decked out as if a key has turned and preserved a time capsule to times gone by. You have one hour to search for clues, solve puzzles and uncover […]

A Fantastic Journey on the Gingerline – The Secret Island

The Secret Island is the newest offering from Immersive dining trailblazers Gingerline. It follows the premise of Gingerline’s previous events – at a designated date and time you need to be waiting by any station stop on a particular tube (or overground) line. A text will arrive with directions to a top secret location and […]