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Playboy Carti Gig Review
 |  Author: Hannah

When Playboy Carti came to town, he brought the party with him. Appearing at the O2 in Birmingham city centre, the effortlessly cool grime artist performed after guest DJ sets and when he arrived on stage, the crowd sure went crazy. The energy levels were high and the youth in the audience jumped to Read more

Suggs – What a King Cnut, A Life in the Realm of Madness Review
 |  Author: Hannah

Suggs – What a King Cnut, A Life in the Realm of Madness was a memorable one man show that didn’t fail to amuse the audience in participation at the Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham this March. Suggs was entertaining and engaging in his delivery, and the show was filled with anecdotes, mu Read more

Jamie’s Italian WhatsOn UK Major family review
 |  Author: Sheridan

Jamie’s continues to be a very credible and popular option for diners everywhere. On arrival we were shown to our table by a warm and hospitable waiter. We were then introduced to the menu that continues to be comprehensive, in that there is something for everyone, as well as being very well thoug Read more

Major family review Browns restaurant, Birmingham
 |  Author: Sheridan

On arrival, the large airy glassed windows allow guests to see, with one glance, almost the entire interior of the restaurant. Once seated guests have an almost 270 degree view of St Martins Square and the beautiful imposing church. The restaurant interior is a staggering combination of post industr Read more

 |  Author: Sheridan

Marrying the love of your life is both the best day of your life, and the scariest! Planning your special day is can be a daunting task – from venue to the guest list, seating plans to the caterers, there’s something to fret about every step of the way. However, Hotel Football is here to Read more

Review – Chris Rock’s ‘Total Blackout’ Tour
 |  Author: Sheridan

Chris Rock is truly a monster of a talent. He’s a screenwriter, cartoon Zebra, host of the infamous ‘Lillie White,’ Oscars and, of course, the role he is probably most defined by, a stand-up comedian. His brand of humour is at times tear-jerkingly hilarious, stating that George W Bush was Read more

WhatsOn Review: Pizza Express in London’s China Town
 |  Author: Hannah

From the moment I walked into this Pizza Express, at the heart of China Town in Wardour Street London, I knew I would leave happy. It posessed a certain charm and warmth that you only get in an italian restaurant, as I soon found out from Alex – who served me – and had worked … Read more

Leake Street Graffiti Tunnel Gets Lit
 |  Author: Sam Baylis

Lambeth, South London – home to one of the capital’s most iconic areas, Leake Street. Here you will find 300m of dramatic street art lining the walls of Leake Street Arches, where graffiti artists are able to ply their trade with no infringement from the law. Now, lighting design consult Read more

WIN a chance to spend the day with EMMY AWARD WINNING Makeup Artist!
 |  Author: Sheridan

It’s competition time and we’re really excited by this one! WhatsOn have teamed up with MAKUP Academy to bring make-up lovers a day to remember! Two lucky people will win the chance to spend the day with Emmy Award winning make-up and hair designer Veronica McAleer at her Academy for a d Read more

Varanasi Restaurant Review
 |  Author: Hannah

Varanasi is a strikingly decorated place wherein to dine. The cost of the refurbishment was an estimated 4 million pounds and this is very evident by the sheer opulence and quality of the internal décor. The deep coloured and affecting interior design is clearly southeast Asian dark and dramatic de Read more