#dottlaunch

A few weeks ago we held a very special event at the Anthologist: dott’s launch party. It was such a milestone – a moment when lots of hard-work becomes crystallised in reality. As we said on the night: London is a place which we often complain about, and sometimes those complaints …

Exercise Class Review: Hotpod Yoga

We can’t safely jog down the street without hearing about the latest miracle in exercise class form. Synchronised swimming on a rooftop jacuzzi in wetsuits? Doing handstands whilst boxing with your feet? Here Daisy Jordan reviews Hotpod Yoga – it is a fad, or is it fun? I have a …

Jewel Bar – misogynistic or just rude?

A couple of weeks ago, it was a close friend’s birthday at Jewel Bar in Piccadilly Circus (huge caveat: definitely not a dott destination of choice, but I love my friend dearly, and want to have a good time wherever she is). This is a review of my experience there. …

Dirty Bones Review

dott co-editor Charlie reviews Dirty Bones, Carnaby Street. In January, when the whole of the world is trying to #EatGreen she enjoys the ultimate All American comfort food. It is January 4th and as I go back to work I dutifully, along with the rest of the UK, start the January …

Carol: a Review

Carol received a standing ovation when it was first shown at Cannes, and has since been up for 6 Oscar nominations (including Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress). A no-brainer, you’d think. But here, film reviewer Alex McGaw has a slightly more controversial take on the film. First published: http://magoosreviews.com  It’s perhaps with …

Life as a Vegetarian

This week, dott is exploring veggie hotspots to help you in your quest to live green (or at least pretend to between the bacon sandwiches). And if you’re pinching the pennies this January, there’s a recipe from Sophie Flynn to replicate at home. Many thanks to Charlie Baughen and Louise Dubuisson …

dott’s Best of 2015

dott existed during 3 whole weeks of 2015 as part of our pilot launch. Here we celebrate our best bits. Words of inspiration from Pam Brown… Read it here Our Tuesday to remember was an interview with Rob, the mastermind behind Wriggle.  We are now avoiding Pret and saving money everywhere we go. …

The Necropolis Railway

It is simply amazing how many little-known stories and curious tales London has to offer. Here Richard Harris gives us a little history behind one of London’s spookiest secrets…the railway that transported the dead. 121 Westminster Bridge Road was once the site of London’s strangest railway station – the terminus …

Wolf Cellar @ Zigfrid von Underbelly

On Tuesday, we interviewed Adam Creamer, drummer of Wolf Cellar. Here we review their gig in the heart of Hoxton. Rock bands with female lead singers are inherently cool…think Stevie Nicks, Debbie Harry,  Gwen Stefani. So Wolf Cellar, with Rachel Atkins leading vocals, have a lot to live up to. …

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