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Culture, Events, Hobbies, London, North

The Classic Car Boot Sale

On a whim a couple of weeks ago me and Him went for a mosey to Kings Cross, to investigate the Classic Car Boot Sale. A whim it may have been, but it turned out to be a WHEELY good day (sorry/not sorry). Popping up in London and Hastings a couple of times a year, the Classic Car Boot Sale brings together a whole fleet of Vintage lovers. They rock up in their beautifully shiny, restored motors from days gone by, and set up stall selling all manner of vintage booty- clothes, vinyl, homeware,  ...

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East, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars

Sheba, Brick Lane

This year I decided to make a London Bucket list. Tired as I am of always thinking ‘I really should do that’, I wanted to make more of this GLORIOUS city and do more varied things. Given that I tend to eat out a lot, a lot of my London bucket list pertains to food. I wanted to be more adventurous and eat at more exciting places rather than just always grabbing sandwiches from Pret and downloading Pizza Express vouchers (but also I do love me a Calabrese sweet baby cheesus). One  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars, South

Ben’s Canteen, Battersea

Love it or hate it Valentines Day is upon us. In truth, I’ve always loved Valentines Day because I’m a BIG SOPPY SOFTIE (even though lollllllllllllllll this is the first year ever I’ve had a boyfriend for it) but I do appreciate that others despise all the red hearts and pink satin. HOWEVER. The gorgeous Ben’s Canteen in Battersea has exciting menus that cater for all, whether you j’adore it or abhor it! Just a hop, skip and a jump from Clapham Junction  ...

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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre

Le Gateau Chocolate- Icons

I love me some drag. Something about drag queens just speaks to my soul. I don’t know whether it’s the glitter, the sass or the wholehearted embracing of being outside of the normal, but I just love it. I have eaten up season after season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race and the unbelievable beauty of these Queens. However, a couple of weeks ago at Soho Theatre, I experienced a new kind of Drag. Something more raw and more real, yet still absolutely dripping in sequins and sass. And  ...

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