Exhibiton review: Of things not seen @ Temple Church

Of things not seen: A year in the life of a London priest tells the story of a year of ministry by the Reverend Kit Gunasekera... read more

Theatre review: Just an ordinary lawyer? A play, with songs

Teatro Technis, London, 11-22 January Written and performed by Tayo Aluko, with live piano accompaniment. Directed by Amanda Huxtable. Designed by Emma Williams read more

Exhibition review: High Court Jurisdictions in Art @ Rolls

A new selection of paintings of the London skyline is currently brightening up the walls of the Rolls Building in Fetter Lane. read more

Music review: Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite & Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf

Bar Musical Society, Middle Temple Hall, November 2016 It has been a fine tradition of the Middle Temple to put on a concert for children towards Christmas every year.  read more

Film review: Denial

Directed by Emmy Award® winner Mick Jackson (Temple Grandin) and adapted for the screen by BAFTA and Academy Award® nominated writer David Hare (The Reader). Release date: 27 January read more

Book review: East West Street: on the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity

Author: Philippe Sands Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson (2016) Format: Hardcover 496pp and e-book ​ISBN: 9781474601900 read more

Book review: Wrongful Allegations of Sexual and Child Abuse

Edited by: Ros Burnett Publisher: Oxford University Press (2016) Format: Hardcover 336pp  ​ISBN: 9780198723301 read more

Book review: Breaking Law: the Inside Guide to Your Legal Rights and Winning in Court or Losing Well

Author: Stephen Gold Publisher: Bath Publishing (2016)  Format: Paperback 517pp and e-book  ISBN: 9780993583605 read more

Music review: Bar Choral Society

HHJ Philip Bartle QC reviews a dramatic and confident Bar Choral Society Performance of The Creation at Middle Temple Hall The magnificent sixth concert of the Bar Choral... read more

Film review: Sea Sorrow

‘I hope the film may be of some help to the agencies who do their utmost to support the refugees who have survived, most especially to their children.’ Dir: Vanessa Redgrave... read more