"One thing that I try and lay my eyes on every time I visit the Southbank is the old NFT sign. It is such a thing of beauty it’s all I can do not to clamber up and unscrew the thing and take it home"
Corinna Tomrley on why the maverick filmmaker means so much to her
"This is like seeing a unicorn on a rubbish heap." London is synonymous with its grey pigeons. But there's a more colourful bird that fills the capital's skies too
It might be the hair salon pun to end them all, and Corinna Tomrley, a fan of all things Yentl, loves it. Take a seat and have your splits end sorted at Barber Streisand in London’s Exmouth Market
"A great cup of coffee does something to you. It’s a dance between your taste buds and that part of the brain that processes pleasure"
"It’s the texture and the colour of the things: a 50s hue of salmon pink meets dusky rose that’s bloody beautiful. I want to rub my face on those shiny, Bakelite-looking kitchen tops"
Dietrich, peanut butter cheesecake and Esther Rantzen. Corinna Tomrley visits the new St James Theatre, London’s first newly built theatre complex for over 30 years
A deranged Dusty Springfield, a weird surf and turf and a whole lot of feathers
"Luxury, luscious food, topped off with Garland DNA: the cabaret act that evening was Judy’s daughter, Miss Lorna Luft"
Camp icon altert - Corinna Tomrley reviews Judy and Liza, starring Lucy Williamson and Emma Dears and Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope, a one-man show with Mark Farrelly