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Shimmying it's way onto the Duchess Theatre stage this summer, for a strictly limited 12 week run, is the sultry singing, sequin stripping Hurly Burly Show, directed by legendary William Baker and staring the ravishing Miss Polly Rae.

This is a must see show for anyone who loves timeless glamour, gorgeous girlie's and lashings of good ole fashioned entertainment.

We’re now in the middle of the football feeding frenzy that is the Summer Transfer Window.

Clubs are being linked with players you’ve never heard of, and in some cases it’s the other way around, such is the apparent presence of all the world’s billionaires in the sport.

Kona Kai is a nice after work spot. Situated in the popular area of Fulham, London, the location is great and very easy to find; the Tiki theme and palm tree-lined entrance alongside Fulham’s more muted tones is quite difficult to miss.

A Cracking Start for Murray

Rodger Federer, one of the greatest players of all time was entering this final with six Wimbledon trophies behind him. Andy Murray, who has been a top five player most of his career, has still yet to win a major, but it was he who started brightest.

MJ fever first struck the West end in 2006 for what was supposed to have been a short run of the play; fast forward some 6 years later and the gloved one still maintains prime position in London’s prominent theatre district.

It’s the Way You Tell the Story That Counts

Twenty short films have been finalised for this year’s Rushes Soho Short Film Festival in the short film category. After viewing all twenty films, the first thing that stands out is the high production value on all of the films. The films range in length, style and genres and all are well worth a look.

Nestled in the heart of the city, a thrown tassel from Chancery Lane, is a naughty world of elegance, decadence and glamour. 

This saucy little supper club has something for everyone and is ideal for stags, hens, birthday boys and girls, so step back in time and let the best in burlesque and cabaret entertain you at the vivacious, outrageous, Volupte! 

Spain's “Tiki-Taka” Vs Italy's long ball

The Euro 2012 final saw Spain enter their third final in a row. A win would surely make them one of the greatest international football teams of all time.  The holder’s "Tiki-Taka" style of play is wonderful to watch.
They continually control possession and pass their opponents to death. They have come under slight criticism because they make 30 passes when two would suffice, but I’m not sure that is a criticism at all. 

Cocktails with a Twist:

For those of you who know Camden Town, it’s an area of London that prides itself on being home to London’s alternative scene.
Far away from the financial centre, Camden seems to escape much of the money driven ethos of the financial centre of London, giving people the chance to experience something completely different... enter The Meat Bar.

Essential sports and where to watch 

25th June - 8th July

BBC1 Wimbledon 

This is my personal sporting highlight of the year, and I think we’re privileged for a sport to have its biggest tournament in this country.

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