Time Out Blog: Six places in London connected with Pocahontas
March 2017 marks the 400th anniversary of the death of Pocahontas who succumbed to illness on the outskirts of London.
To mark this remarkable Native American woman’s short, but fascinating life, my latest Time Out article looks at six locations in and around the capital which share a connection with her.
For the full article, please click here.
Time Out Post: Seven places in London connected with the Elephant Man
Last week the world lost one of its finest actors: the magnificent Sir John Hurt.
In 1980 John took on one of his most challenging roles- that of Joseph Merrick; aka the ‘Elephant Man‘, the tragic figure who became synonymous with late Victorian London.
Sensitive, moving and dignified, Sir John Hurt did Joseph’s legacy proud.
To read about the places in London connected with the real life Joseph Merrick, please click here.
Time Out Post: Five things you should know about the Battersea Peace Pagoda
My latest blog for Time Out London focuses on the wonderful peace pagoda which is located in Battersea Park. Please click here to read more.
A more detailed account of the pagoda’s history from one of my earlier blogs can be read here.