Two twenty-somethings reach euphoric heights in a tryst with virtual reality
Let me start by saying I’m not a cleanse guy. Not at all. I’m a bacon sandwich and cigarette after the gym type of guy. Eight pints of beer on a Tuesday, spends Wednesday wondering why he feels so bad type of a guy. Slouched at the back of a bus still listening to 2005 grime tunes guy.
When walking into a gallery you're always welcomed by a happy face and the standard conversation, "yes I'm here to see so and so, and a ticket for one please", but the team behind pace gallery will always go the extra mile to make sure your stay is welcomed and one to remember. After a short introduction of what is presented at the gallery we were shown to the Joel Shapiro exhibition and all we can say was wow. When we were first introduced to his work a few weeks ago we didn't expect what would come. The sheer size of the sculptures that Joel has crafted was magnificent and that's a word we don't use often.
Jägermeister’s foray into the world of live music is well known by now. From the first ever gig on a moving iceberg, to the Jägerhaus’ various appearances at festivals throughout the country, they’re firmly cementing themselves as big time players in the industry. Now their latest project sees them teaming up with Soho Radio for something a little bit different.
When we heard Newline were releasing a new collection called BLACK, we were very keen to try out a new idea and test it out. So we entered into a half marathon which was a rural cross country run along the South Downs. Strong winds, rain, sun and many hills. Perfect conditions to review and bring the urban to the rural. Continue Reading