Rhythm ‘n’ Booze offers a fun, unique and tour-guide cliché free take on the traditional whisky tasting experience. Entering the dark atmospheric cave of the Assembly Roxy, you are greeted by intimately lit tables, which shared between groups of three or four, mean you need to get cosy pretty quickly with your neighbours. The host Felipe, assists this process by providing a witty introduction to the tasting and dispelling some of the myths of how people tend to describe whisky.Read More
Picnic at Hanging Rock boasts a powerful all-female cast, that delivers an engaging and exciting experience, despite occasionally veering sharply from melodrama to comedy and including a few additional plot points that at times left the audience confused.Read More
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