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Dine and dance at Dinerama

Dine and dance at Dinerama

Food, Lifestyle, UK
Although Shoreditch may seem like it’s for hipsters with handlebar moustaches and corduroy turn-ups, there are in fact some secret gems that you can’t miss out on. Once a bullion truck depot and now a cosy Al Fresco dining extravaganza, East London’s Street Feast Dinerama is the place to go if you’re after amazing street food, a bustling atmosphere and some funky tunes. Grab a killer rum cocktail or sip on some local beer and hustle for a seat at the communal tables. There is something for everyone at Dinerama, as it features 13 vendors with a mix of food and drink from around the world. If you’re after some 10/10 jerk chicken then ‘White Men Can’t Jerk’ is the one for you. £7 for some Jamaican spiced chicken and chips — you can’t go wrong. Or if that doesn’t take your
The highest-paid YouTube star of 2018 is a seven-year-old boy

The highest-paid YouTube star of 2018 is a seven-year-old boy

Celebrity, Entertainment, Lifestyle, YouTube
YouTube have released their list of the highest-paid YouTube stars of 2018. The list features Logan and Jake Paul, PewDiePie, and Jeffree Star amongst others. Brand partnerships, sponsored ads and affiliate links are just some of the ways for content creators to make money. People who post on the platform can earn millions each year.  The highest earner for 2018 was YouTube star RyansToysReviews, who earned a massive £17.2 million this year, according to Forbes. With 17 million subscribers and videos that have been watched 25 billion times, the seven-year-old has beaten Jake Paul for the top spot by over £300,000. Ryan’s videos see him reviewing and playing with toys — his most popular video, which has amassed 1.6 billion views, sees him running around an inflatable water
Girl kills mouse with shoe

Girl kills mouse with shoe

Arts, Christmas, Entertainment
Christmas has officially begun as we venture to the Land of sweets once more with the Royal Ballet, greeted with splendour, majesty and magic.   There is no better companion to the festive season than Tchaikovsky's twinkling notes of the celesta which instantaneously transport you to a magical realm of childhood dreams of dancing the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.   There is so often a sense of déjà-vu this time of year. Settling yet again into plush velvet seats and the muffled hum of Christmas spirit in the air mixed with a buzz of champagne. However, as the curtain lifts to reveal a new rendition as breathtaking as the Royal Ballet, you almost feel a gust of shame for ever doubting.   This rendition brings a new sense of the story to the two brilliantly
All the times Harry Potter taught you something and you didn’t know

All the times Harry Potter taught you something and you didn’t know

Arts, Entertainment, Theatre
The actor Noma Dumezweni, best known for playing grownup Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, confessed to the BBC that the character taught her a lot in the last few years. “Until recently I didn't understand what form, energy and shape my anger could take. It felt like it came out broken,” the actor explains.  “Although generally calm and level headed, righteous and empathetic, Hermione knows how to use anger effectively when it's needed.” This has helped Noma accept her burdens and realise her boundaries. “I feel I’ve reached a point in my life where I'm finally trusting myself to know what my needs and wants are, and if those aren't met, I trust the anger I feel. It's honest.” Noma’s acknowledgement of her feelings as an individual on stage has influen
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