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Southbank Stroll

Me and some pals wanned to do something t’other night. It was a Friday. We’d finished work for the week. It felt right to celebrate getting through another laborious week in the office. YET we were quite poor and on a time constraint. We scoured Time Out and Londonist and Skint London and all  those other lovely sites that help flailing-fun-hungry (flungry) Londoners and yet couldn’t find anything that cut the mustard (side note- how DOES one cut mustard? Answers on a  ...

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Culture, Events, Lifestyle, London, Museums and Galleries, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, Theatre

LineUp App- SEE your city!

Recently I gave you wonderful trusty blog readers a bit ovva heads up about a groovy new app that looks set to make actors lives that gosh darn little wee bit easier. WELL this week I have ANOTHER lovely little app to tell you about! (P.s do not worry, Bloody Hell Brennan is not turning into a tech blog. I mean I’ve only just worked out how to make the font different colours on this thing. No seriously look!) ANNNYYYYWAY you know how Tuesday (the biggest bellend of all the days) is  ...

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Culture, Eats and Drinks, Events, London, Museums and Galleries, Museums and Galleries, South

Beefeater London Distillery- The Home of Gin

Earlier this month, amidst the tourists snapping away at the shouting street performers, visitors to Covent Garden clapped their eyes on a massive mechanical installation, right slap bang in the middle of the cobbles all to celebrate one the greatest inventions ever to grace this fair and mighty planet. GINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My phone started going nuts as loyal pals who are familiar with my penchant for Mother’s Ruin started tweeting and texting me this glorious  ...

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Culture, London, Museums and Galleries, West

Museum Musing: One Million Years of the Human Story

Last week humble old bloodyhellbrennan was invited to the Natural History Museum for a private breakfast viewing of their new exhibition, ‘Britain- One Million Years of the Human Story‘. The big South Ken Museums still all remain stubbornly unbudging in my list of favourite places in London. Stepping inside this beauty of a building one wet Friday morning before it was open to the public felt like such a privilege. I paused in the empty first gallery, gazing up at the colossal  ...

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