So I was at the theatre tonight to see Death of a Salesman at the Piccadilly Theatre when the ceiling fell in only 20 mins into the show. People running and screaming to get out. Truly terrifying. pic.twitter.com/qgq85iY23a
This video shows a mum clearly frustrated at her child being bullied at school and approaching the alleged bully. For some people, this might seem aggressive – what do you think? pic.twitter.com/fJ8ItT7ntx
Video, thought to have been filmed in London, shows the angry mother confronting a youth and warning him that if he touches her son again she will ‘rip his f*****g face off’.
The mother says: ‘I ain’t from around here, you know who I am? I’m [child’s] name, I’m [child’s] name, yeah. No I ain’t gonna stop getting close.
‘Touch my son again and I’ll rip your f*****g face off, I’ll rip your mum’s face off, your dad’s face off … touch him I dare you too. I f*****g dare you too. know yourself know yourself, know yourself.
Autumn in London marks the rekindling of our love affair with open fires, cosy family get togethers and hearty comfort food, so what better dish to tuck into this season than steak?
With a tantalising range of cuts to choose from – sirloin, flank and rib eye to name a few – picking the right one can be as painful as choosing a restaurant in London. After all, the capital has us spoilt for choice with regard to steakhouses.
On Mondays at family-run, independent restaurant Arlo’s, bavette steaks are on the house. Meanwhile, at Bob Bob Ricard, the Steak Tartare Imperial comes with a generous serving of caviar and you can even order champagne at the convenience of a button (literally). Environmentalists best look out for Temper, the basement bar and open fire-pit kitchen that is committed to a zero waste policy for meat.
Here is our list of the best steak London has to offer: