The Avengers are the centre of this world but at the beginning of Infinity Wars they find themselves fractured, demoralised and discarded. It takes a massive existential threat to reunite them and that comes in the form of Thanos, a villain so powerful and evil that even the space gods give him room. As usual, Avengers: Infinity Wars can be enjoyed on many levels by geek or non-geek alike: a blockbuster with a heart and a brain.
Gooding is brilliant as he bamboozles his courtroom adversaries and shines in the feisty swing number “Razzle Dazzle”. Getting beautiful murderers off the hook is his thing but he undoubtably gets more than he bargained for in the sleek forms of Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart. As to be expected, sublime choreography and show-stopping numbers are the hallmark of this milestone production.
Vietnamese buns are not to be confused with their sweet and flimsy western counterparts. They are a substantial savoury meal in themselves and they go well with almost any oriental dish.
The Royal Albert Hall organised free concerts on most Fridays in one of its smaller spaces just off the main rotunda. Here you will find up and coming soloists, string quartets and some unusual collaborations. The standard is extremely high and the event list is one of the most eagerly awaited in the Capital.