About Anna
Anna is International Head of Music and Entertainment at Purple where she represents artists such as Bjork, Beyoncé, Frank Ocean, Adwoa Aboah and Grimes, amongst others.
http://www.purplepr.com/entertainment
Current city: London
Anna is International Head of Music and Entertainment at Purple where she represents artists such as Bjork, Beyoncé, Frank Ocean, Adwoa Aboah and Grimes, amongst others.
 
Inspiring place to get coffee and work.
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One of the best museums in the world, crammed full of treasures.
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You must try the lemongrass-infused tofu, it's incredible.
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This cosy pub is the former home of the artist George Romney, great for a glass of wine after a walk on the heath.
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A truly magickal bookstore, storing second-hand and new publications in the world of esoterica. They also hold events and talks in their basement.
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This free museum is the house of Sir John Soane, a neo-classical architect who collected antiquities, curiosities, paintings, drawings and more on his travels around the world.
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The best local pub in London, which hosts the most magical Christmas Eve.
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Design-lovers must stay at The Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green not to mention that the hotel bar, The Peg and Patriot, serves some of the best cocktails in London
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take a trip up to the first floor and find the secret red room, great place for frites and red wine
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One of the best galleries in the UK; beautifully curated.
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A stunning waterside building which houses a great theatre and art gallery.
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Gorgeous place to escape the craziness of Spinningfields, great selection of ales.
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Great place for vintage furniture, clothes and bagels!
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Take a walk around the reservoir before having a roast dinner at this cosy pub.
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The Refuge is one of the best restaurants in Manchester, serving small and large plates inspired by food from across the globe, all made with British ingredients. The setting is stunning and the whole dining experience feels extremely special.
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A multi-coloured island famous for it's lace. Perfect afternoon trip from Venice.
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One of the most romantic corners to eat dinner in Venice, make sure to get a reservation to sit next to the river and enjoy their locally-sourced Vegetarian food and prosecco.
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One of the best vintage clothing shops in the world, period.
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vegan mexican food = heaven!
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Make a reservation to have cocktails at this back alley Amsterdam bar, where every drink has a story.
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This museum is a result of the owners personal passion for Pianolas and if you're lucky he will give you a personal tour (I recommend going on the morning of a weekday for this!)
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Amazing place to spend a day in Beijing, a lot of amazing emerging and established art and good for shopping.
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Such a treat for breakfast, highly recommend!
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One of the most satisfying vegetarian burgers in the world served out of a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant. The sides are delicious too.
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Behind an unmarked door at the back of a Japanese restaurant, Angels Share is one of the best cocktail bars in the city!
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A good place to catch a matinee, escape and be anonymous in the city.
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One of the best nights sleep in NYC!
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One of my favorite galleries in the world, especially due to the Cy Twolby commissions that are housed here.
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Cavernous restaurant underneath the stunning townhall which sits over 1000 people at a time, with some of the best Bavarian food in the city.
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