Month: August 2018

Turtle Bay Table Service – The Wait Is Over!

Are you sick of spending half your night out queuing at the bar for a drink? Well, you no longer need to as Turtle Bay have come up with the answer, a table service where cocktails are delivered to your own personal table all night. That’s right, you’ll waited on hand and foot and all…

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ART REVIEW: Isaac Julier – Ten Thousand Waves

Isaac Julien’s installation Ten Thousand Waves combines documentary, fantasy and film essay elements to explore issues surrounding labour migration and landscape and is part of a series of moving image acquisitions by The Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester. Julien is a Turner-Prize nominated filmmaker and installation artist from London who specialises in multi-screen installations. His…

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BOOK REVIEW: Lulllaby by Leila Slimani

I first saw Lullaby by Leila Slimani being talked about as part of Erica Davis’ book club. (There’s more here if you’re interested in seeing the other books she’s reading  Edited Recommends) All I knew about it was that it has won the Prix Goncourt in France and was being labelled a ‘nanny killer’ novel.…

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