Even as I type the first paragraph I have this crippling anxiety sitting on my chest which is really hard to describe. On one hand… I want it on record somewhere to say ‘this is who you think I am’ … Continue reading James Gunn: I Wish I Had Cancer
Some of you have seen me ‘tease’ images from my shoot with Ernest Gromov a while back shot by the amazing Steph Dray, now I can share my faves exclusively with you. Initially Steph wanted to shoot me alone, showing … Continue reading L. O. V. E
Back in Jan I bumped into one of my favourite London restaurateurs, the ever gracious and devilishly handsome Jeremy King at his venue, Bellanger (I wrote about it last year- so if you haven’t been yet…why??). I was there for … Continue reading Classics and Cocktails: The Philharmonia Orchestra Live @ Zedel
Choosing the best few shots from dozens to convey that ‘wow factor’ or story is not as easy as it seems and Miss Brown got around to drool- I mean choose my favourite images from Ernest’s shoot with Syrian/Italian photographer Issa Yasji to … Continue reading Meet: Ernest Gromov- From Russia With… Abs
As a great excuse not to go and see “Nah Nah Land”- that musical that I’m overly confidently-prejudicedly-decidedly convinced is overly hyped ( you’ve already seen it twice and have it on pre-order huh? SMH). Hidden Figures has now outsold it. Yay! … Continue reading Wish List: You May Need A Drink It’s #thegoodsh!t Intense!
“…What’s the fuck!ng point, what are you all working for?” A few days ago on a Saturday afternoon (still recovering from gallivanting like an exhibitionist at LFW- coming soon!) Miss Brown got around to The King’s Head Pub Theatre in the funky new boots to check out the show written by Micheal Ross featuring actress of my name-sake Adwoa Alexis. The show follows singer-songwriter Kirsty (Jenny Wills) who cries in the shower every morning before heading off to work at the Job Centre despite her dreams of being a super-star. Banker ‘Jane’ (Lory Simonetti) is disgusted by the lazy jobless- those … Continue reading ‘Work Makes You Free’ – Observational, Funny and Fantastically Relevant
“…Science is a heavy basket that no one can lift until art comes along and gives it handles..” – Gaudi Back at the end of July Miss Brown got around to Tuscany for a very special, intimate symposium event held … Continue reading A Tuscany Symposium- The Crossmodal Way
Last week Miss Brown got around to Hawksmoor Air Street to check out a couple of their new cocktails coming out very soon. One of my favourite classics is their Precursory Cocktail which has a nice sweet vermouth taste and … Continue reading The New Classic Shorts- List at Hawksmoor!
Last week Miss Brown got around to The Bridewell Theatre to catch Kwame Augustine’s debut play ‘Johnny’. Interestingly, I have known Actor/ Writer/ Producer/ Model (and whatever he sets his mind to) Kwame for over 5 years- on Facebook. Yep. We … Continue reading Johnny: Drugs, Dramas and Madness with a Cockney Heart
Last week after hangin’ with team Boohoo I got to Gt Titchfield St to celebrate the phenomenal Dentaa Amoateng’s MBE with a party hosted by ABNtv. #inspiration I’ve known of Dentaa for a while, she’s been a major Ghanaian star … Continue reading Dentaa Amoateng: Multi-talented G.U.B.A Founder and Honourary MBE Keeping Africa on the UK’s Agenda!