Shangri-La Hotel The Shard London TING Chinese New Year of the Dog

Experience a Year of the Dog menu at Shangri-La, The Shard

To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Year of the Dog, Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard has collaborated with Chef Ching He Huang for a new menu at their TĪNG restaurant

Blade Hairclub hairclubbing

Review: Blade Hairclub – Soho, London

Tim Firmager visits Blade Hairclub to try out the #hairclubbing concept from London’s Soho district, combining hairdressing and a well-stocked bar as a new social destination

Interview: Sandra Bernhard – Welcome to Sandyland!

John Preston sits down the extraordinary Sandra Bernhard to talk work, politics and the use of Twitter during her live shows.

History made in Pyeongchang 2018

History is made at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics by Team Canada’s Eric Redford.

An Evening of Meat London

An Evening of Meat by Kate March, London

Kate March the artist-entrepreneur brings her latest performance art concept, An Evening of Meat, to London’s The Vaults for an expressive dance with indulgent food to question the senses.

Three extravaganza Bottomless Brunches not to miss

Three Bottomless Brunch extravaganzas not to miss

By on 10 February, 2018

Vada Magazine rounds up three extravaganza bottomless brunches not to miss: a fetch Mean Girls theme, a chic Clueless 90s classic, and a fabulous drag brunch.

Album review: Rae Morris – Someone Out There

By on 9 February, 2018

Rae Morris’ sophomore album secures any doubt that she is indeed anything other than something very special.

Report highlights racism on Leeds LGBT scene

A report from Leeds shows that ethnic minorities face additional discrimination from their white peers on the LGBT scene.

Album review: Tune-Yards – I can feel you creep into my private life

By on 1 February, 2018

Garbus’ sometimes cumbersome narrative can still thankfully be disregarded when needs be and by doing so makes a lot of I can feel you creep into my private life a fresh and still frequently invigorating listen.

Queer-friendly short story collection nominated for Jhalak Prize

Leone Ross’ Come Let Us Sing Anyway and other stories celebrates the lives of women, people of colour and queer people in colourful, vital prose.

Linje Tio - a taste of Sweden at The Den, 100 Wardour St

Linje Tio – a taste of Sweden at The Den, 100 Wardour St

Stockholm’s finest mixologists come to London for the pop-up of Linje Tio, a taste of Sweden at the Den, 100 Wardour St.