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BERLIN Part Two- “I take thee, Berlin, for better or for WURST.”

Having awoken with slightly sore and fuzzy heads, we threw back the curtains to find Berlin bathed in beautiful winter sunshine, with the sun gleaming off the snow topped streets. After a hearty breakfast of melty cheesy croissants and strong coffee in our trusty hostel we slung rucksacks on our backs and cameras round our necks and galloped out for a spot of sightseeing. Taking a leisurely amble down Friedrichstrasse, Berlin’s theatre district, we gazed in delight at horse drawn  ...

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Feel-Good, Humour, Uncategorized

2013- this is what you looked like

2013 is about to down a shot, turn around and walk out the door without so much as a backward glance and a tip of the hat to us all. This past year has been a a bit  of a jolly funny one. This is what it looked like. a celebration of two years of my beloved book club, The Bookie Monsters (I know). Those ladies make me so happy and for one Sunday afternoon a month we get together and shout and laugh and drink and discuss words, books and life. Never have I met a group of more ballsy, gobby,  ...

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Culture, East, London, Museums and Galleries, Museums and Galleries

Museum Musing: The Museum of London

How to enjoy a Sunday at the Museum of London by Katie Brennan feat. Ed Nightingale 1. Grab a loved one and a blustery Autumn day. Take a leisurely stroll from Barbican Station to The Museum of London. 2. Act like a total touristy wally 3. Start at the beginning. It’s a well good place to start. The Museum of London documents the history of this bafflingly brilliant city from prehistoric times right up to the present day. Located on London Wall it nestles on the edge of the earliest  ...

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Coffee and Cafes, Culture, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Events, Lifestyle, London, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, Uncategorized

Back in the big smoke

After three weeks of gallivanting around the country teaching drama to small ones and drinking myself into theatrical oblivion at the Edinburgh Fringe, London welcomed me back with big open arms and I settled back in like I was curling up in my favourite armchair. Even though I’ve been balls-deep in a bunch of delicious spreadsheets at work, I still found some opportunities to giggle and guffaw through the week, catch up with a handful of my favourites and visit some of my most-loved  ...

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