Steve Dinneen, City A.M.

Steve Dinneen

City A.M.

United Kingdom

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Electric dreams: Volt founder on the rise and rise of the electric bike

Between the oven-like temperatures on the tube, the promise of rail strikes stretching into infinity and the ever-present threat of another airborne → Read More

San Sebastian: The Michelin capital of the world

Throughout the confinement of the pandemic we dreamed of the day travel restrictions would finally ease. This year that wish came true – but the monkey’s → Read More

101 Dalmatians musical at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre review

One of the last-remaining Covid-hit productions, new musical 101 Dalmatians has finally opened, two years late, at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. So was → Read More

Patriots at the Almeida is a gripping drama about the rise of Putin

The story of the rise of Putin and the oligarchs has been told through various lenses in recent years. Author Peter Pomerantsev places shadowy “Kremlin → Read More

The latest tech to help you stay cool in the heat

Don’t suffer in silence – take the initiative in the battle against sunshine with these tech products to keep you cool even when temperatures soar up to → Read More

Mad House at Ambassadors Theatre: A Smart, misanthropic psychodrama

I can’t quite decide if Mad House is a kind-hearted play with a mean exterior, or a mean play with a token element of kindness. It centres around Michael → Read More

Wining & Dining: riverside staple Le Pont de la Tour opens a new bistro

Le Pont de la Tour has, for over three decades, been such a constant in the City-ish dining landscape that it’s quite possible to forget it exists at all. → Read More

The show must go on: Political drama and comedy for a post-Boris world

The Big Dog has been sent away to live on a nice farm, but if your thirst for political intrigue remains unquenched, here are 10 dramas and comedies to → Read More

New drama Tigers takes that microscope to The Beautiful Game.

As documentaries like Broke and Last Chance U have illustrated, modern sport is a money machine that can chew up youngsters hoping to change their lives. → Read More

Château Capitoul is a delicious combination of rustic and luxurious

Pulling up to Château Capitoul at night gives only the smallest hint towards what to expect. The pitch black countryside just outside of Narbonne on the → Read More

In the Black Fantastic is the most exciting exhibition of the year

From the moment you enter In the Black Fantastic, the blockbuster new exhibition at the Hayward gallery, you can tell it’s something special. → Read More

That Is Not Who I Am at the Royal Court is weird and brilliant

All is not what it seems in the Royal Court’s That Is Not Who I Am, an “internet thriller” directed by security industry veteran Dave Davidson. For a → Read More

We need to eat more seafood – here’s how

Between the cost of living crisis, the imminent environmental collapse and the obesity epidemic, the UK has got its work cut out when it comes to food. → Read More

Revolve brings a buzzy brasserie to bustling Broadgate Circle

Imagine Magaluf but populated entirely by people who work in finance – that’s Broadgate Circle on a balmy summer evening. It’s a mad, sweaty cauldron full → Read More

Bec to the future: We blow the horn for fabulous Tooting Bec

The London housing market tends to flow outwards from the prime central postcodes in a series of expanding circles, like the splash of a pebble thrown → Read More

The Glass Menagerie: Amy Adams plays it straight in underwhelming show

The Glass Menagerie heralded the arrival of Tennessee Williams. It was the first of his “plastic” memory plays, mining the rich seam of material from his → Read More

Welcome (back) to Ibiza, as the Balearic prepares for its biggest summer yet

The pandemic hit every tourism-focused economy hard, but few places felt the effects of Covid more starkly than Ibiza, an island that specialises in → Read More

David Mitchell on acting, cancel culture and why the internet is evil

On 15 March 2020, David Mitchell took a bow following what he reckoned was the best performance yet of The Upstart Crow, the West End version of Ben → Read More

Anne-Marie Duff in fine form in The House of Shades at the Almeida

Sometimes an ambitious failure is preferable to a safe success, but that’s sadly not the case with The House of Shades. → Read More

Much Ado About Nothing at the Globe: They don’t make rom-coms like this aymore

The Globe Theatre is kicking off its first full summer season in two years with a thoroughly enjoyable garden party, and welcoming you to attend William → Read More