This Week We Have Been…
…mastering the art of pouring a pint at the wonderful Lazy Fox in Fulham. The tables have their own beer tap so you can idle the hours away and get slightly merry without ever having to get up from the comfy sofas and blazing fire. There’s also a ‘beer wall’ for the adventurous where you use a ‘beer card’ to access on of the many different beers on offer. There’s even iPad menus to order your food so you really can just stay glued to the wonderful conversation you’re sure to be having after free pouring beer all evening. Scrummy.
Pinned to our TV screens watching the Celebrity Big Brother final. Following three weeks of outrageous behaviour, Jim finally took the crown home on Wednesday! This year’s antics have had all of us in the Fever office obsessed, and dare we admit it, we’ve even developed a little crush on Dappy!
…sensing spaces at the Royal Academy’s new architecture exhibition. Seven architectural practices from six countries and four continents were tasked with challenging our notions of the world around us with large-scale installations. By being invited to touch, climb, walk, talk, sit, contemplate, we are as much part of the exhibition as the installations themselves. A definite must for culture vultures!
…reading the Hunger Games trilogy one after the other – nothing beats a compelling story. We spent every spare minute outside of work reading Suzanne Collins’ coveted Hunger Games trilogy from start to finish. A great dystopian story that follows the life of Katniss Everdeen and her life in District 12. If you haven’t read them you definitely should – just be prepared to not want to go out until you’ve finished them!
…checking out beautiful portraits of BAFTA nominees past and present at Somerset House’s Andy Gotts: Behind the Mask exhibition.
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