Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6’s most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.
The printed edition is packed with cutting-edge reportage for you to enjoy and includes original features on travel, technology, design and motoring.
For this issue we wanted to focus on a true summer holiday destination, but give you an insight into the other side of the island. Ibiza is known for its wild parties and crazy behaviour, but there is a very different vibe, with hippies, yoga retreats and great restaurants. We’ve collated some of the best buys to pack for your summer holiday, wherever it may take you.
There’s a round-up of the best events for visitors to our Birmingham and Gatwick hotels and the usual features about new technology, design and art.
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We’ll also be adding to and updating this site with more cool stuff that we find on our travels. Jump on-board!
Your journey begins here.
In 1970’s Manchester, Steven Morrissey, an introverted, uncompromising teenager, finds himself frustrated with his working-class existence.
134m above sea level, atop the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge sits a disco experience like no other…
From acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan comes the epic historical drama Dunkirk.
BLOC Gatwick has upgraded its free WiFi to be over 20 times faster. We compare how our new Super-Fast Free guest WiFi stacks up, and the results are in…
It’s all out war as Caesar and his apes face off against Woody Harrelson’s ruthless colonel in a fight to determine the future of both their species.
Sample the best of Birmingham’s independent businesses, one sip at a time *hic*. Warning: This challenge isn’t for the feint on heart. So without further ado. Cheers!
And relax! It is possible to find inner peace while travelling without even leaving the comfort of your hotel bed…
Mad To Be Normal is the story of controversial Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing (played by David Tennant) and the infamous anti-psychiatry experiment he ran at Kingsley Hall – a medication-free sanctuary which made headlines around the world.
The moment you arrive at an airport, you’re no longer inside any country. You’re on international soil.