Monday 30 September 2013

Join BBC Radio 4 for the return of That Mitchell and Webb Sound

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That Mitchell & Webb Sound

If you are a fan of sketch comedy and naked figure skating then the return to Radio 4 of That Mitchell and Webb Sound will be half of your dreams come true!

Join Robert WebbDavid MitchellJames Bachman and Olivia Colman for the fifth radio series of silly but brainy sketches about everything from the Escalator brothers' invention of the horseless staircase to the dubious advantages of getting yourself uploaded to the Digital Human Cloud.

Dates: 27 October & 10 November
Times: 7pm & 8.30pm
Venue: BBC Radio Theatre

To apply for tickets, visit the BBC Tickets website.

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Brixton property is bubbling up as champagne bar opens - London - News - London Evening Standard

Brixton property is bubbling up as champagne bar opens - London - News - London Evening Standard: "Brixton is to get its first champagne bar in the latest upmarket opening in the area.

The arrival of Champagne + Fromage on October 15 comes after estate agent Foxtons opened a branch in the area, which is also due to get a Waitrose.

The latest openings have fuelled fears that rents could rise, forcing long-established independent traders out of Brixton"

X&Y - mathematics, theatre and humour from Marcus du Sautoy
By Twin Primes Theatre Company
What is the shape of the universe? Is it finite or infinite?
In their new show X&Y, Marcus du Sautoy and Victoria Gould use mathematics, humour and theatre to navigate the known and unknown reaches of our universe. Through a series of surreal episodes, characters X and Y, trapped in a world they don’t understand, tackle some of the biggest philosophical and scientific questions of our time.
Based on an idea developed with Complicite. 
Interview with Marcus du Sautoy and Victoria Gould
We caught up with the stars and creators of X&Y to find out more about the show.
X&Y video
More about Marcus and Victoria
Marcus and Victoria met while working on A Disappearing Number, Complicite’s multi award-winning play about mathematics. X&Y has developed from that collaboration and pursues many of the questions at its heart.

Marcus du Sautoy is the Charles Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of New College. He is the author of three books and has presented numerous radio and TV series. In 2009 Marcus was awarded the Royal Society’s Faraday Prize and in 2010 he received an OBE for services to science. 
Actress and mathematician Victoria Gould studied Physics at the University of Manchester and Applicable Mathematics at Cranfield University. Her work for Complicite includes EndgameA Disappearing Number, Shun-kin and The Elephant Vanishes
Victoria GouldMarcus du Sautoy and Victoria GouldMarcus du Sautoy
Enter our competition
To celebrate X&Y coming to the Science Museum this October we have a signed set of Marcus du Sautoy's books to give away. 

To enter, simply answer the question below and with your name and the subject line 'X&Y Competition' by Friday 4 October.

Q: At which university is Marcus du Sautoy a fellow?
A) Oxford
B) Cambridge
C) Imperial College
X&Y video

London Restaurants - Peridot

Peridot at The Bentley, South Kensington
3 courses & a glass of champagne
£20 per person
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A luxury 5-star hotel in well-heeled South Kensington, The Bentley presents sublime French cuisine at its elegant brasserie, Peridot. Enjoy 3 courses from a menu of classic dishes, with offerings including pancetta-wrapped stuffed chicken breast with celeriac purée and spinach, or mushroom ravioli with saffron sauce.

Look out upon idyllic views of the neighbouring gardens while sipping on your chilled champagne, and enjoy the lavish surroundings of the Edwardian dining room. A little-known gem in one of London’s most upmarket areas, Peridot at The Bentley is a 3-minute walk from Gloucester Road Tube Station.


4.4 (based on 39 reviews)

"The service was exceptional. Would highly recommend this hotel."
Sharon Webb
from London
Sample Menu

A glass of champagne on arrival


Fish cake with salsa

Crispy fried camembert with berry compote

Leek & mushroom tart

Main Courses

Grilled pork steak with caramelised apple & seasonal greens

Stuffed chicken breast wrapped in pancetta with celeriac purée & baby spinach

Grilled Scottish salmon with mash & olive basil dressing

Mushroom ravioli with a saffron sauce


Chocolate mousse

Exotic fruit salad

Crème brûlée
Terms and Conditions
Available lunch & dinner Mon - Sun until 22nd December, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu and subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.