All Bar One proves plant power is here to stay

One of the city’s most stylish bars, All Bar One has announced that it will be extending the residency of its pop up vegan menu due to unprecedented demand for its plant-based dishes.

The menu, consisting of nine vegan dishes, was introduced on the 1 January in partnership with Veganuary, the global charity encouraging people to embrace the Vegan lifestyle for January. It was initially launched for January but has been so popular with the current All Bar One guests and the vegan community that the bar chain has decided to extend the menu throughout February.

The menu has also received a positive reception across the vegan community, with the likes of the Ginger Kitchen, That Irish Vegan Girl and Illustrated Ella all giving the menu their seal of approval.

Planet Earth II: Live in Concert

Over the last month or so, millions of people have been glued to their television screens each week watching this year’s TV sensation, the BBC’s highly acclaimed Blue Planet II.  The nature documentary, which explores the incredible unseen worlds that lay in the deep blue oceans all over the planet, showcases some amazing technological advancements and humanity’s growing appetite for explorational endeavours. With narration from the national treasure, Sir David Attenborough, and music from the legendary film composer Hans Zimmer, Blue Planet II has become Britain’s most watched television show in 2017, as the Guardian have recently said. And now you can see it all live, as the Royal Albert Hall hosts Planet Earth II Live in Concert in May 2018! Experience sensational footage from the natural world, and Hans Zimmer’s stunning score performed live, with this special celebration of the landmark television series. Planet Earth II Live in Concert, from BBC Worldwide and the acclaimed BBC Natural History Unit that created Blue Planet II, receives its UK premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in May, bringing audiences closer to the planet’s spellbinding animals, landscapes and wildlife dramas than ever before. The event will feature breathtaking footage from the much loved award-winning BBC series, shown in high-definition on the big screen, as the BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Singers, conducted by Jessica Cottis, play the remarkable music by Oscar winning composer Hans Zimmer.

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