Reviews

The exhibition with a political message (Free)

If you need a break from a the rush of Christmas shoppers on Oxford Street, then why not see some art at the Political Cartoon Gallery round the corner? A series of David Cameron cartoons are now on show at the gallery on 32 Store Street, which is a stones throw away from Goodge Street Tube Station.



Meditation workshop at the Ananda Marga Centre

With meditation it is possible to switch off from stressful daily routines and the positive effects are limitless. Mistakenly perceived by many as a practice for hippy freaks or happy clappy new-agers, it is truly within everyone’s reach. Dada Jyotirupananda's meditation classes help people of all ages, religions and backgrounds reach that state inner state of peace, free of charge.



Review of Turner Prize 2009 at Tate Britain

Any art lovers wandering along the Thames this Autumn will have plenty for their delectation with the 2009 Turner Prize exhibition at the Tate Britain and Tate Modern's Pop Life.



Review of Category B at the Tricycle Theatre

Category B is the first of three plays to open the Not Black and White season at the Tricycle Theatre. Three black playwrights have commissioned three plays exploring the general theme of society in today's London/Britain.



Film review: This Is It

This Is It depicts Michael in his element as he rehearsed for his up and coming UK tour of the same name, showing in chronological order how the sold out shows would have looked to an audience.



One for all your horror fans out there SAW is back

John Kramer AKA Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) is back – for the sixth time! Directed by Kevin Grutert, the latest instalment of the SAW series doesn’t fail to please.



Videogame review: Scribblenauts

Scribblenauts is an imaginative and exciting new platform puzzler from 5th Cell for Warner Brother games.



Arturo Brachetti's Change how do they do it?

Change, the one-man performance currently at the West End's Garrick Theatre, showcases 52-year-old Arturo Brachetti's talent in this jaw dropping show.



Ed Ruscha at the Hayward Gallery

Ed Ruscha: Fifty Years of Painting celebrates the achievements of one of the most pioneering and influential American artists of the past five decades.



Exotic treat in the heart of Kennington

Jammed in-between Kennington Road's retail stores, you would never image that there is a hidden little gem awaiting, in the form of a pint-sized, Hawaiian styled Tiki cocktail bar - South London Pacific.