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Culture, Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015

Well, I’m battered, bruised, exhausted and teetering on the edge of scurvy. I must be on the way home from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Seven days of running from show to show, sipping pints in plastic cups whilst laughing hysterically and my eyes filling with tears of wonder at the performances, catching up with old friends into the early hours of the morning and spending time with my family. So here’s how it went down this year. It’s a long one, so grab a mug of tea  ...

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Books, Comedy, Culture, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Events, Friday Feeling, Lifestyle, Lists, London, Restaurants and bars, Theatre

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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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre

A Trio of Bloody Great Theatre

Over the last two weeks I’ve had the absolute pleasure of slapping my eyes on some TOP NOTCH theatre. All three shows were tip-top and couldn’t have been more different in style, tone and subject matter. First up was a trip down to the Old Vic to catch Daniel Kitson’s Tree.┬áKitson is one of the best stand up comics out there, but this offering from his pen is chuffing great too. Starring just him and fellow (also fantastic) stand up Tim Key, the duo’s comic timing,  ...

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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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