'Raleigh Ritchie Presents' sees the musician and 'Game of Thrones' star introduce the first of the two-part video saga for his new single 'Bloodsport'. This will be followed by Raleigh introducing a screening of one of his favourite films, Michel Gondry’s 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind', before the second part of 'Bloodsport' is unveiled in its premiere screening.
To top it all off, there will be a special Q&A with Raleigh and the creative trio behind his 'Bloodsport' videos, Shynola, who are also responsible for such amazing music videos as Radiohead's 'Pyramid Song', Coldplay's 'Paradise' and Hot Chip's 'Need You Now'. It takes place at the Prince Charles Cinema on Thursday September 3.
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Still London’s most glamorous Moroccan restaurant, Momo attracts a fair smattering of beautiful people alongside couples on special dates, hen parties and business types. The soundtrack of classic Maghrebi beats and attractive young francophone waiting staff create a seductive buzz. Sexy Marrakech-style interiors, sparkling with light from intricately latticed mashrabiya-style windows and ornate metalwork lanterns, add to the allure. Tables are small and tightly packed, but somehow this rarely seems an imposition. Enjoy deliciously light, carefully crafted starters such as juicy prawns wrapped in crispy shredded kataifi pastry with a sour-sweet mango and tomato salsa, or scrumptious pan-fried scallops with a piquant salsa verde, before moving on to Moroccan classics such as lamb tagine with pears and prunes. But the main attraction has to be the near-perfect couscous: silky fine grains served with vegetables in a light cumin-scented broth, with tender, juicy chicken, plump golden raisins, chickpeas and harissa – all served separately so you can mix them as you please. Such delights coupled with a pricey wine list result in a hefty bill, so Momo needs to iron out the galling little niggles such as the shabby dark toilets and the occasionally inattentive service.
Venue says: “Avoid the crowds and enjoy some culinary delights for your night out at the theatre. Get a fine dining experience with our pre-theatre menu.”
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