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2014

Feel-Good, Humour

Things I have learned in 2014

In this weird period of between Christmas and New Year (which by the way, I’d like to rename InBetweenMas when I am Queen of the World) I always find it’s a good time to reflect. I like to flick back through my diary of the year, through photos I’ve snapped and consider the things I’ve learned and experienced over the last twelve months.  So, this year I thought I’d share some. Some are from my own experiences, others are nuggets loved ones have shared with me.  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, West-End

Tredwell’s- Positively Perfect Pre-Theatre Dining

Located slap bang wallop in the middle of the hustle and bustle of theatreland, you’ll find Tredwell’s, the latest culinary offering from top chef Marcus Wareing (of Masterchef fame). A mere hop skip and a jump from either Covent Garden or Leicester Square tubes, this joint is PERFECT for a slap up munch before running to the theatre, and I’ll tell you what, it’s bloody easy on the old purse strings too. Last week, myself and a couple of other lovely bloggers were  ...

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Fashion and Beauty, Lifestyle

Christmas Jumpers!

I’m not sure if you guys know BUT I ABSOLUTELY BUM CHRISTMAS! I am one of those people who embrace Christmas in all it’s cheese, tack and tinsel. The more glittery, silly and sparkly the better I say. In my opinion, Christmas trees should NEVER be colour co-ordinated, they should look like Father Christmas has thrown up on them. As a result of my passion for all things of the Fa La La La La season, I am beyond thrilled that Christmas jumpers have had such a renaissance in the  ...

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Acting, Culture, Events, London, Theatre

WhatsOnStage Awards Launch Party

Last week on my day off from being a Fairy, I toddled down to the launch party for the WhatsOnstage Awards, arm-in-arm with my one of my favourite bloggers-in-crime Rebecca from Official Theatre. Leicester Square’s Cafe De Paris was dripping in fancy sparkles, festive decs and with theatreland’s finest (and er, me). I haven’t actually ventured into Cafe De Paris since I was a bright-eyed drama school student rampaging around the Spotlight Ball (and if I’m honest, I  ...

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