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The Play That Goes Wrong- Duchess Theatre

As a theatre going sort, I often get a lot of pals ask me for advice on what shows to go and see with a non-theatre loving partner in tow. The kind of chap that would sooner wrestle a crocodile wearing nothing but pair of pink crocs than sit through Mamma Mia! At the moment, my go-to recommendation is without hesitation, The Play That Goes Wrong currently playing at The Duchess Theatre, for I’m yet to meet ANYONE who hasn’t laughed until they’ve ached at this utterly  ...

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Friday Feeling!

OH HAI HUNS! You good? Yeah, you look good. You been working out? Thought so coz, you are looking ON POINT GIRL. Last two weeks has been fun as fuck. Here’s what went down. Catch ups with pals Caught up with some of my panto cast to yarn away about what we’ve been up to since shaking off our Christmas glitter over drinks and burgers on the Southbank, then had my two best gals come over for hangs in the garden and Sunday Shepherds Pie. Just good old fashioned lovely laughter and  ...

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Attractions, Comedy, Culture, London, South, Theatre, Theatre

La Soiree at The Spiegeltent

Well here’s a cheeky little treat! Last week I toddled down to the Spiegeltent, located in the middle of the Southbank Centre’s Winter Festival. I’m SO glad this outdoor space has been kept open into the winter, it’s one of my favourite spots during the Summer when the Underbelly is there. However, this time it looks very different. It’s been transformed into a maze of little wooden huts, selling all manner of festive fare, from mulled wine to some excellent  ...

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Comedy, Culture, London, Pubs, West-End

Piccadilly Comedy Club

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 to offer a flavour of the fringe spirit right in the heart of town. Veterans of Edfringe will be familiar with how every inch of space in Edinburgh is turned into a performance place. Car parks, public toilets, buses- you name it,  ...

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