GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

All businesses handling personal data are assessing their procedures and the financial services sector is certainly no exception as the new data protection law comes into force in May 2018.  The penalties are considerable – potentially 4% of annual turnover for...
Rex Whistler

Rex Whistler

I recently had the pleasure of having lunch at the Rex Whistler Restaurant at the Tate. Named after the famous artist of the 20th century, Whistler was commissioned to paint the mural called ‘The Expedition in Pursuit of Rare Meats’ and the stunning restaurant has...
Rickshaw India

Rickshaw India

“A 3,500km pan-Indian adventure in a 7 horsepower glorified lawnmower” “Why not?”, I asked myself. This crazy idea does actually exist, and it’s called The Rickshaw Run. Loosely organised by The Adventurists, this trip sees dozens of teams navigate themselves from...
The Libertine reviewed by Natasha Hotung

The Libertine reviewed by Natasha Hotung

Dominic Cooper takes on the role of the libidinous and John Wilmot, playwright and poet, the Second Earl of Rochester in The Libertine, currently showing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. This enticing narrative of a hedonist, living life recklessly to the full in the...