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Party Political

Anna Frankowska | Posted 28.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Anna Frankowska

Pulsing music is the beating heart of our capital and its rich tapestry of personalities, coming together when the sun sets and they've escaped daytime responsibilities to talk with strangers, dance, create, explore... live.

Sadiq Khan Defends Appointing Adviser Who Called George Osborne A C***

The Huffington Post | Aubrey Allegretti | Posted 16.11.2016 | UK Politics

Sadiq Khan has defended the appointment of London’s new Night Tsar, Amy Lamé, after it was discovered she posted a string of controversial tweets. ...

I Think I Smell a Rat!

Matthew Phillips | Posted 02.11.2012 | UK Entertainment
Matthew Phillips

For the purposes of this article, I am prepared to be uncharacteristically candid: I compulsively read my reviews and, what's more, I naively look at all the public comments.

How to Lose Friends, Thousands of Pounds and Alienate People - Performing at the Edinburgh Fringe

Scottee | Posted 02.10.2012 | UK Comedy

Yesterday, 1 August, marked the launch of the 65th annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival in which 2,695 shows from 47 countries will show off in 279 make shift theatres, dodgy pubs & toilet cubicles across the city; but when you do the sums is it really worth it?

What About Gay Christians Who Want to Get Married in Church?

Amy Lamé | Posted 13.08.2012 | UK Politics
Amy Lamé

If the Church of England doesn't accept gay marriage- where does it leave the thousands of gay Anglicans in same sex partnerships who want to get married?

My Love/Hate Relationship With the Critic

Scottee | Posted 22.07.2012 | UK Entertainment

Critics have a bit of a reputation for watching your work with what locals up here would call 'a face like a smacked arse' but when I forced her to sit in my eyeline and wear a party hat like everyone else she looked engaged and even LOL'ed - why was I staring at her during the show as if I could predict her review or manipulate her experience?

Review: Amy Lamé's Unhappy Birthday

Charlotte Skeoch | Posted 05.07.2012 | Home
Charlotte Skeoch

Remember the days when you went to proper birthday parties? The kind where you walk away with one tenth of the pass the parcel, sickly sweet cake wrapped in lurid napkins and a party bag with toy cars and lollipops? Weren't they the days? Well, I am pleased to inform you that such retro delights are not dead and gone forever, thanks to the multi-talented, bespectacled wonder that is Amy Lamé, and her Unhappy Birthday.

For Some People, EVERY Tuesday Is Fat Tuesday

Amy Lamé | Posted 22.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Amy Lamé

Until now, the issue of obesity has been very much an "us" and "them" dynamic- think Supersize vs Superskinny writ large. Burger Queen is asking everyone - regardless of body size - to step into a pair of wide width stilettos and try our chubby lives on for size.

Bullying is Making the Obesity Epidemic Worse

Amy Lamé | Posted 11.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Amy Lamé

There are many, many reasons why people are fat; the multitude of reasons does not have one easy solution. But not bullying fat people is a very good place to start.

Morrissey - Our Collective Moral Barometer

Amy Lamé | Posted 21.12.2011 | UK Entertainment
Amy Lamé

Oh dear. Being a Morrissey fan these days isn't easy. What with his comments about the Norwegian massacre and KFC, his pithy views on the Chinese, and now suing the NME for libel three years after the offending article was published, it is becoming a rather heavy cross to bear.

Occupy London Stock Exchange Begins, Where will it end?

Jason Reed | Posted 17.12.2011 | UK
Jason Reed

The global Occupy protests are an organic democratic procedure that has been born out of pure frustration for the current political, media and economic climate. It's more than possible that we are in uncharted territory with history giving us no lessons on how this global movement will conclude.

Why Skype Sucks

Amy Lamé | Posted 08.11.2011 | UK Tech
Amy Lamé

I really want to like Skype. So why don't I? Basically, for all the inverse reasons I love my i-gear. It doesn't look good, it isn't easy to use, and it never works. OK, not never, but it tends to work best when you're just a few hundred metres away from the person you want to communicate with.