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Art, Culture, London, Museums and Galleries, Museums and Galleries, West

Rodger McPhail at the Rountree Tryon Gallery

One of the most massive perks of writing this ‘ere blog, is getting to attend my fair share of theatre press nights. I’m a dab hand at them (save the time I leant against a canvas thinking it was a solid wall and fell arse over tit in the middle of a really posh press party BOO YEAH) but it’s not often I’m invited to art openings. Cut to a couple of Tuesdays ago, where I spent a lovely evening sipping champagne and nibbling canapes having a ogle at the latest set of  ...

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Lists, London

21 Reasons it’s GREAT to be British

April the 23rd always strikes me as a most glorious day to celebrate being British. St Georges Day and William Shakespeare’s Birthday, two absolute lads of British history and identity. Something that truly makes me deeply sad is how many people don’t feel patriotic about being British, and more specifically English. A lot of my friends admit to feeling that way, that they feel that Brits have a bad reputation and to celebrate being from the UK is a bit embarrassing- again more  ...

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Culture, Events, Travel

The Love Train

Last week I plied two of my best and most brilliant single girlfriends with gin and persuaded them to do a guest post for Bloody Hell Brennan. Their mission? To board a train crammed with loads of of single men and Radio 1’s Scott Mills and go and make chocolate in York. Read on if you’re intrigued:   “Good afternoon team! Bloody Hell Brennan’s very first guest bloggers here! Namely Nat Smith and Vic Savva. We’re waving. When our best mate asked us to board the Love  ...

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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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