Articles by Ruth

Richard Seifert, The Famous Architect Who Built... A Pirate Castle

Richard Seifert, The Famous Architect Who Built... A Pirate Castle

No, really. | By Ruth
Constructing Worlds @Barbican Art Gallery

Constructing Worlds @Barbican Art Gallery

The power of photos, redefined. | By Ruth
Eat Your Art At CAFF

Eat Your Art At CAFF

Four artists create experimental dinners at the Sluice Art Fair. | By Ruth
Review: The Architects @ The Biscuit Factory

Review: The Architects @ The Biscuit Factory

Shunt invite you to step into the labyrinth for their new production The Architects | By Ruth
Restaurant Review: MASH (Modern American Steak House)

Restaurant Review: MASH (Modern American Steak House)

Soho newcomer subverts all expectations. | By Ruth
Ticket Alert: Shunt's The Architects

Ticket Alert: Shunt's The Architects

The ever-popular Shunt Collective bring their mysterious show to The Biscuit Factory. | By Ruth
Restaurant Review : The Last Days of Pisco

Restaurant Review : The Last Days of Pisco

Be transported from the cynicism of the pop-up craze to a snug corner of Peru. | By Ruth
Restaurant Review: Shrimpy's @ The Filling Station, King's Cross

Restaurant Review: Shrimpy's @ The Filling Station, King's Cross

Discover a new restaurant hidden behind an abandoned petrol station in King's Cross. | By Ruth
Theatre Review: Absent Friends @ Harold Pinter Theatre

Theatre Review: Absent Friends @ Harold Pinter Theatre

Time heals and waits for no man, and sometimes you just want to kill it | By Ruth
Review : Walk Eat Talk Eat Culinary Tours

Review : Walk Eat Talk Eat Culinary Tours

Discover a pear the size of a baby's head. | By Ruth
Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Preview : The Horne Section @ Criterion Theatre

Look out for the "mighty 6-headed jazz comedy beast" lurking in The Horne Section | By Ruth
Preview: Tally Ho! Vintage Cycle Tours

Preview: Tally Ho! Vintage Cycle Tours

Plus fours at the ready, pedallers | By Ruth
Art Review: The King and The Minotaur

Art Review: The King and The Minotaur

Explore art, cocktails and "how thick is wall" at The King and The Minotaur this month, and escape the conventional art gallery experience. | By Ruth
In Pictures: Tweed Run 2011

In Pictures: Tweed Run 2011

Better than Christmas: Old Street roundabout becomes 'an Edwardian Beijing'. | By Ruth
Preview: The King And The Minotaur

Preview: The King And The Minotaur

If you're feeling brokenhearted about the upcoming closure of Shunt later this month, then take solace in the next generation of underground artistic events, as The King and The Minotaur opens on the 8th April. | By Ruth
New Pub Review: Mason & Taylor

New Pub Review: Mason & Taylor

Bethnal Green Road's Mason and Taylor taps into a desire for something wholesome, old fashioned and familiar with a trendy edge in the creation of their dining menu. | By Ruth
Live Music Review: Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan @ Shepherds Bush Empire

Live Music Review: Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan @ Shepherds Bush Empire

A pitch perfect performance evokes a dusty,  sun-drenched, mildly hungover Saturday afternoon in the Midwest. | By Ruth
Preview: The Old Queen’s Head 5th Birthday Celebrations

Preview: The Old Queen’s Head 5th Birthday Celebrations

"Queens", "head", and "5 year olds" may be phrases you're more likely to find on the Daily Mail's comments section at the moment, but we bring these to you today since Essex Road's infamous boozer, The Old Queens Head, is celebrating its 5th birthday in quite spectacular, multifaceted fashion next month. | By Ruth