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The Other Duckling

It can be jolly difficult to really put your stamp on your home when you’re renting, can’t it? Given that London rental prices continue to swell and groan, the idea of actually BUYING¬†somewhere to live is fast becoming an actual dream for us young Londoners. And so we continue to make our bank balances roll their eyes in despair as we shell out yet more astronomically hight¬†rent for somewhere that doesn’t actually belong to us. All this means of course, that it can be  ...

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Culture, Events, Theatre, Travel

Brighton Fringe- Facepaint and Sunshine

Oh joy of joys! Rapture of RAPTURE! This week I’ve been down at the SEASIDE doing some CABARETING! Brighton Fringe beckoned with its gloriously sunny arty open arms to welcome us for a week of sun, sea, sand and sequins. The perfect combination in my humble opinion. Brighton Fringe feels a bit like the little sister of Edinburgh Fringe, a bit more chilled, a bit less commercial. And though I j’adore EdFringe with all my heart and theatrical loins, it’s quite nice to be  ...

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Culture, Eats and Drinks, Events, Hobbies, Lifestyle, London, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, Theatre

An Afternoon in Angel

My first Saturday back in London post-panto reared it’s sunny morninged head and greeted me with a big hug and a smooch. WHAT BETTER WAY TO SPEND A SATURDAY AFTERNOON THAN LUNCH AND CRAFTING AND CABARET IN ANGEL I THOUGHT? Arming myself with a red lip and two best chums, we hopped on the 43 down to Angel and jumped off for a spot of lunch at Vivo. In the heart of Upper Street, Vivo Bakery and Cafe dishes up traditional Italian grub with a twist served up at a huge posh dark granite  ...

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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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