All reviews/previews written for London Larder.
Stories Bar, Hackney – Review
Suda Thai Cafe Bar, Covent Garden – Noodle Month Preview
Princess of Wales, Clapton – Review
Shaka Zulu, Camden – ‘Meat Bar’ Preview
Cantina del Ponte, Tower Bridge – ‘La Dolce Vita’ Menu Preview
The Book Club, Shoreditch – Book Club Olympics Base Camp Preview
Namaaste Kitchen, Camden – Diamond Jubilee Menu Preview
Suda Thai Cafe Bar, Covent Garden – Mango Month Preview
Imli Street, Soho – Review
Queen of Hoxton, Hoxton – Summer Rooftop Bar Preview
The Book Club, Shoreditch – Review
The Cuban Tapas Bar, Camden – Review
Deliziando Italian Food Festival at the Melia White House Hotel, Bloomsbury – Preview
Karaoke Box, Soho – Preview
I briefly collaborated with a couple of friends on a music blog called Total Bobbins which can be found here. By my own admission a lot of the stuff on there (written by me at least) is not very good.
But, if you are curious about my esteemed musical opinions anything posted on there by Patrick and not credited to someone else was written by me, and @tomsmizzle‘s Party Playlist article is well worth 10 minutes of anyone’s time.
I wrote a few articles for the International Business Times’ Sportsnet section. I may do so again at some stage. They can be found below.
Starting in October 2010 I traveled around Europe for six and a half months. I kept a travel blog called A Journey Into the Mundane. I think the writing got progressively better as I went along, but I’m probably wrong.
A list of blogs or personal websites that you should check out.
Oh No! Video Games! – Four guys who like to play video games and sometimes do other things too!
Biscuits In, Writing Out – The personal website of my very talented and nearly lifelong friend, Llinos Cathryn Wynn Jones.
StreetSeen – A photography collective based in North Wales, including my dad, Graham, among others.
Lashings of Ginger Beer Time – Oxford/London based queer feminist burlesque troop featuring my good friend Cleopatra.
The Big Green Bookshop – A most wonderful independent book shop in Wood Green that, in addition with selling books runs a number of excellent events.
mike. – Blog of my friend Mike who likes bikes and bikes and sometimes bikes. Pay this man to do a website for you.
The Red Train – A politics and economics blog with a left wing slant.
Historyman – Personal website of Danish historian Benjamin T. Christensen, with whom I have previously and all too briefly collaborated.
A Drop of Whimsy – Craft store of Claire, co-owner of Many a True Nerd.
Gaming for Others – A bunch of people who regularly play video games for charity.