Nepalese New Years Supperclub at Rajiv’s Kitchen

I recently made the journey to Romford to experience a Nepalese New Years celebration. Yes, it’s April, but it’s New Years in Nepal, and the year is 2076! I had never known of this tradition or calendar, so it was an interesting eye opener for me. This was all taking place at Rajiv’s Kitchen, a…

Players Bingo takes on Camden in London

Yep, I’m back playing some more bingo, which has been having a comeback across the city. This time I’m at Players in Camden which is a long standing bingo hall called Mecca but now with lots more fun, music, food and drinks. This was an launch event that I was invited to through the always…

Bottomless Brunch in London at Enoteca Rosso

Bottomless brunch can conjure ideas of watered down cocktails, queues at a bar, and people tumbling out of a restaurant at 2 pm. I recently visited Enoteca Rosso in Kensington for their bottomless brunch/lunch and it was nothing like this. Read on to hear about the impressive and classy experience I had. With this review,…

London’s Best Night Out for BINGO, food, drinks and crazy fun!

Bingo halls conjure visions of elderly retired folk spending their evenings in near silence while a lone person calls out number after number in a monoton voice. Although there’s nothing wrong with this, it’s not appealing to all people and probably also not 100% accurate. Either way, there’s a new style of bingo in town,…

Visit to an Asian Themed Supper Club in the heart of London

Walking into someone else’s home for dinner is something pretty common in our daily lives. Not so common, is walking into a home of someone you don’t yet know for dinner. But that’s the fun behind supper clubs served at homes. Who’s going to be there? Will I enjoy the company? Will I leave hungry?…

Join me for a Squiffy Picnic at Cahoots cocktail bar in London!

Stepping back in time, to the year 1945 when World War Two ended, it’s time to celebrate with a picnic, music and celebration. I recently visited Cahoots, found in Kingly Court for their Squiffy Picnic lunch event. Along with Jo from Love Pop Ups London, we set off back in time on our adventure provided…

DNA VR

Having done VR gaming a few times now, I’ll run through the various types available on the market these days. On the most basic level, you can strap a phone to your head and have minimal controls with something like a Gear VR. The second option is a dedicated VR system like Oculus where you…