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BunnyChow

This is a restaurant review. I know exactly what you’re thinking. What in the name of tits is a BunnyChow and why would you name a restaurant that. WELL. Never fear my friends, I am here to educate you in the ways of the Bunny. In laymen’s terms, a ‘bunny’ is not the twitchy-nosed, velvety eared star of Watership Down. No no. Invented in Durban in the 1940s, a ‘bunny’ is a loaf of bread, hollowed out, filled with curry and the ‘lid’ of the  ...

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Friday Feeling, Lists

A GOOD Friday Feeling!

Ooooh I feel like I’m well getting into the swing of these fortnightly posts of positivity now and hopefully you babes are not getting too bored of reading them! They’re like a little ray of sunshine to write, to reflect on lovely things and make an effort to find things that make me smile and feel good every day. In times of great stress or tumult, I find a really helpful thing to do is to write down five things that I’m grateful for or that have made me smile  to help  ...

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The Soho Grind

My vices in life are pretty simple. Give me a good coffee in the morning and a glass of something stronger in the evening and I’m happy. So you can imagine how I REJOICED at the prospect of spending the evening somewhere that has expertly blended the two. THE SOHO GRIND.  Back in June, a bunch of rowdy theatre bloggers got together for a ginfused meet up to chat about websites, traffic, theatre and gin at Central and Co and this was the venue for our second outing. The Soho Grind is  ...

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#LDNTheatreBlogger Meet-Up: GINSPIRATIONAL

Earlier this week a whole host of London Theatre Bloggers made their way down the windy stairs of Central and Co (fittingly located next door the the Palladium’s Stage Door) for an evening of networking (less wanky than it sounds I promise) hosted by the wonderful folk over at Official Theatre. When I was first invited, I was like YEAH sounds GREAT, getting a chance to say HIYA to a whole host of other blogger type folk, and then I found out that we would be doing a GIN-TASTING  ...

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