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September 2014

Culture, Events, London, Theatre, Theatre, West-End

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

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 bestowed on me TWO FREE TICKETS to give away to another top event that looks to be blooming awesome! READ ON FOR MORE DETAILS! FRIGHT NIGHT!  What: ‘Ghost Stories’ singles event- Fright Night! Cocktails, canapes and a performance of the critically acclaimed  ...

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Culture, Events, Travel

The Love Train

Last week I plied two of my best and most brilliant single girlfriends with gin and persuaded them to do a guest post for Bloody Hell Brennan. Their mission? To board a train crammed with loads of of single men and Radio 1’s Scott Mills and go and make chocolate in York. Read on if you’re intrigued:   “Good afternoon team! Bloody Hell Brennan’s very first guest bloggers here! Namely Nat Smith and Vic Savva. We’re waving. When our best mate asked us to board the Love  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, North, Pubs

Pub Pondering: The Euston Tap/The Cider Tap

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 appearance and is being reclaimed by young, groovy dudes who are genuinely passionate about brewing (did you know there’s a FOUR YEAR beer brewing degree at Heriot Watt now?!) and setting up mini micro breweries all over the city. However,  ...

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Culture, London, South, Theatre, Theatre

Theatre Thought: Dogfight at Southwark Playhouse

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 film, let me explain. Most of the reviews praise the show for being performed by its young cast with absolute guts and gusto, say how pleasant and melodic the score is and commend Matt Ryan’s simple and effective staging. So far  ...

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