Restaurant Week, Broadway Week et al are now all old hat. Courtesy of Starwood Hotels, we now have a new sweet promotion to spend our money on: Suite Week.From now through April 29th, you can book a future stay (through March 31st, 2015) in a suite at any Starwood property in the New York City area for 30 percent off best available rate. Just book as normal through the hotels' websites.
Each hotel will also be creating its own package that comes with early check-in, late check-out,...
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Lloyd Owen (Mike) and Imelda Staunton (Margie).
David Lindsay-Abaire’s play may be set in the rough projects of South Boston (USA, not Lincolnshire), but its tale of poverty and struggle is just as familiar with a backdrop of rising inequality in the UK, and particularly London.
Imelda Staunton plays Margie, a feisty woman scrabbling on the poverty line. When we first meet her she’s being fired from her checkout job for being repeatedly late after failing to find to someone to watch...