Author Rebecca Lipkin

The Culturist Eltham Palace - Virginia's bathroom

“It wasn’t warm or cosy, no chintz or frills here! Eltham was a way of life – soon entertaining the Mayfair-set in droves.” Rebecca and her chap venture south to explore the grounds of a Deco domain…

Dance Coppelia - Photography (c) Roy Smiljanic

“Billed as ‘magic, mayhem and the original living doll’, this Birmingham Royal Ballet production of Delibes’ Coppélia is stunning and perfectly suited to the opulent surroundings of the London Coliseum.”

London Restaurants Churchill in the war rooms bunker

With daffodils all around them, Rebecca and her chap don their Sunday best for a stroll through St James’s Park, a visit to the Churchill War Rooms, and a lavish afternoon tea at The Lanesborough…

London Restaurants

“London is buzzing with 1920s themed events; a bloody good excuse to reach for the liquor and tassels! I could hardly contain my excitement when I heard about the Speakeasy nights at the elegant J. Sheekey Oyster Bar.”

Theatre Singin' in the Rain (c) Manuel Harlan

Having long been a fan of the original 1952 MGM musical comedy ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, I was excited to see it brought to life on such a grand scale. Adam Cooper leads the cast as silent movie actor Don Lockwood and bravely pulls off possibly the most memorable dance sequence in movie history.

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