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Books, Lifestyle

Book Nook: My All Time Favourite Reads

It struck me t’other day how one of the things I rarely blog about is books. WHICH IS JUST WEIRD given how much I read, the fact I run a book club, my degree was in English Literature, how much I want to open a second hand beer and book shop called ‘BEER AND BOOKS’ and how much I just bum books really. So welcome to the Bloody Hell Brennan Book Nook, a place to chat books, see wha gwan at Book Club and share some lit-based-loving! Kicking off, I thought I’d write a  ...

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East, Eats and Drinks, Events, Lifestyle, London, Restaurants and bars

Get your GROUPER on!

Without wanting to be guilty of stating the bleedin’ obvious, it does often strike me as absolutely insane at how much the internet has infiltrated and changed our lives in the last decade or so. We now use the internet in every part of our lives; to shop, to chat, for entertainment and to access more information than one could possibly hope to consume in one lifetime. In addition more of us than ever now use the internet for in the quest for romantic fulfillment (for more information  ...

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Culture, Events, London, Music, Theatre, Theatre, Uncategorized

Song of the Single Girl: Still Single

Well greetings to you my lovely blog readers. How are you? Oh good, I’m so glad. Yes, I’m fine actually, trundling along nicely up in panto-land, inhaling glitter stage left, right and centre and brushing up my OH NO WE DON’T’s wonderfully! Now, if you’re a regular reader of this here blog, you’ll no doubt be aware that against ALL THE ODDS I am in fact still single. Some of you have read along with me as I navigate the treacherous world of Online  ...

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Culture, Feel-Good, London, Uncategorized

Ronnie’s and Romance

An evening at Ronnie Scott’s is an evening quite unlike any other. When you walk in, it’s dark, lit by soft red table lamps and it feels like you’ve stepped inside a hive of tipsy, romantic bees. Waiters dart around the place delivering cocktails and dinner like it’s been choreographed, cutlery clinks on plates and red wine is poured generously like laughter whilst conversation hums out from every nook and cranny. Sat at a bench table on the left hand side, alongside my Mum and Dad, I had a  ...

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