- Last Updated on 11 December 2014
- Danielle George
Our children are the black box generation. With just a swipe of a finger or a click of a button they can make miraculous things happen in an instant – cartoons will start, music will play, games will appear or a grandparent’s voice will say hello. The actions are so simple, and the results so quick and gratifying, that there is no time or incentive to question how and why their action caused the result. They experience no sense of achievement from playing a role in these phenomenal technological processes. We have lost the art of tinkering.
- Last Updated on 12 December 2014
- Monica Costa
When in Britain you talk about Christmas Menu, turkey and Brussels sprouts spring to mind immediately. But in Italy the typical Christmas Menu does not exist as such because every region and even every city has its very own Christmas recipes.
Italian cuisine is so incredibly varied that it would be difficult to compile a comprehensive list of Christmas menus without leaving some out. But in London it is easier to find a contemporary Italian menu that is suitable for the Winter festive meals.
- Last Updated on 10 December 2014
- Monica Costa
If you love the book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler, you will enjoy Tall Stories’ magical musical stage adaptation. IGGETY, ZIGGETY, ZAGGETY, ZOOM – the magic of ROOM ON THE BROOM will sweep you away at the LYRIC THEATRE, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE in London West End.