COMPETITION! Tickets to see ‘Ghost Stories’ at The Arts Theatre

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Ahoy there pals and readers! Isn’t it a lovely day! I bring exciting tidings about a great PRIZE I have to give away! Hot on the heels of the adventures from The Love Train, the brillo folk at match.com have … Continue reading 

Pub Pondering: The Euston Tap/The Cider Tap

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Unless you’ve genuinely been living under a rock or a pebble or some other igneous-based den for the past year, you’ll have noticed that the Craft Beer revolution is in FULL SWING. Beer is shaking off its flat-cap wearing CAMRA grandaddy … Continue reading 

Theatre Thought: Dogfight at Southwark Playhouse

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There’s been a bit of an online hullabaloo about this one. For those who haven’t made it down to see Danielle Tarento’s latest triumph at Southwark Playhouse, a presentation of Pasek and Paul’s Dogfight, based on the 1991 River Phoenix … Continue reading 

Piccadilly Comedy Club

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After spending a week gadding about at the Edinburgh Fringe, gorging myself on pant-wettingly funny comedy, everything from stand-up to sketch, it’s safe to say I was suffering somewhat of a withdrawal. Luckily, the Piccadilly Comedy Club was on hand … Continue reading 

Theatre Thought: Shakespeare In Love at the Noel Coward

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Last week I decided to make the most of my newly found (f)unemployment and trundle down to take in a midweek matinee. Is there a greater pleasure I ask you? Sneaking inside a theatre and nestling down among the red … Continue reading 

Edinburgh Fringe 2014- The Round-Up

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Well, I’ve shaken off my tartan, emptied my rucksack of one bazillion flyers and started the inevitable liver healing process- it can only mean one thing. Edfringe is over again for another year. This year was (as ever) totally riotous, … Continue reading 

The Other Duckling

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It can be jolly difficult to really put your stamp on your home when you’re renting, can’t it? Given that London rental prices continue to swell and groan, the idea of actually BUYING somewhere to live is fast becoming an actual … Continue reading