Agenda: Chloë Sevigny; Kate Tempest; One-on-One Festival; Those Dancing Days; toddler-friendly restaurants
Sunday 20 February 2011
Fashion: Joined at the hip
The marriage of hipster actress Chloë Sevigny and hipster label Opening Ceremony is a union of fashion genius. Channel her distinct and urban wondrousness! Buy into a brand that can do no wrong! Even if you're too cool to care what the fashion pack are wearing, you'll fall in love with the print T-shirts and cutesy dresses in the range. Available now at Harvey Nichols.
Face to watch: Kate Tempest
Having made her name on the spoken-word scene, this searing south London poet/MC is set to whip up a musical storm as frontwoman of alternative hip-hop trio Sound of Rum. Their debut single "Slow Slow" is released a week tomorrow
Social networking: Match the tweet to the star
Jimmy Carr; Calvin Harris; Jonathan Ross; Jedward
1. Now the shower is flooding the bathroom!... Save the towels! They are meant to dry not wet
2. I've been eating a Creme Egg every day for almost 2 weeks now and I can confirm there has been no variation in quality whatsoever
3. I'm not even sure they're going to do a Radiohead Glee
4. What is it with Germans and canniballism?
App watch #6: Confession
Too busy to go to church for confession? Then do it virtually, with this Papally approved app. The ecclesiastically themed interface features a handy sin tick-box feature, along with a "confessions walk-through" that allows you to input your worst offences – password-protected, naturally. £1.19 for the iPhone
Lexpionage: Firthaliser, n.
1. A bumbling Englishman who, once sprinkled over a production, will sprout gold come awards season.
2. A dangerous substance to women; causes hearts to flutter, may induce swooning
On the radar: Because some things are still worth getting excited about...
Theatre: One-on-One Festival
Series of "plays" involving one actor, one audience member – including Adrian Howells, who invites the audience to get interactive. Tickets, obviously at a premium, go on sale at 10am on Thursday from bac.org.uk
Music: Those Dancing Days
In these dark days of the Saturdays, this feisty Swedish indie-pop quintet are a girl group to cherish. For proof, we direct you to their hook-laden second album Daydreams & Nightmares when it's released on 7 March
Food: Babies who lunch
Good-food guide Harden's has teamed up with organic baby-food firm Plum and parenting site gurgle.com to provide a compendium of toddler-friendly restaurants. £6.99 from Mothercare and plum-baby.co.uk
MATCH THE TWEET: 1. JEDWARD; 2. CALVIN HARRIS; 3. JIMMY CARR; 4. JONATHAN ROSS
Life & Style blogs
Schematics from Israel's Iron Dome missile shield 'hacked' by Chinese, says report
Ebola outbreak: Why has a disease that's only ever killed 2,000 people captivated the darkest side of our imagination?
Ebola virus: UK health officials issue warning to doctors as experts admit the outbreak 'is not under control'
Topless sunbathing is no longer 'du jour' in France
Gamers still hear gunfire, screams and falling coins days after playing, study finds
- 1 What if 35 Palestinians had died, and 800 Israelis?
- 2 Disney heiress Abigail disowns her share of family profits in West Bank company
- 3 The secret report that helps Israel hide facts
- 4 'Women should not laugh in public,' says Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister in morality speech
- 5 Israel's propaganda machine is finally starting to misfire
- < Previous
- Next >
£55 - £65 per day + Travel Scheme and Free Training: Randstad Education Cardif...
£90 - £110 per day + Travel Scheme & Free Training: Randstad Education Cardiff...
£90 - £110 per day: Randstad Education Cardiff: Exciting opputunities availabl...
£65 - £70 per day: Randstad Education Cardiff: Due to the continual growth and...