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Culture, Edinburgh Fringe, South, Theatre, Theatre

Theatre Thought: A Simple Space at The Underbelly

I mean, BLAHDY ‘ELL the weather’s been nice, ain’t it chums? I clocked off work on the Strand at 5.30 one day last week, SLUNG my camera over my shoulder, BADE goodbye to all my colleagues and STROLLED THE FUCK down Villiers St and over Jubilee Bridge over to the Underbelly on the Southbank. I mean, sometimes I just fancy the PANTS off this city. More so than I fancied the PANTS off my year 6 crush at the St Mary’s Youth Club Disco (where to be fair I fucking rocked  ...

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Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, Pubs, Restaurants and bars, South

Pub Pondering: The White Hart, Waterloo

The alternative title for this post is ‘The Day I Spent Seven Hours at the Pub’. SEVEN HOURS. Don’t worry guys, I know I am a massive legend. But spending such a lengthy period in a pub is just so easy to do when one spends it in the likes of The White Hart. I can’t help but just j’adore these little back-street boozers that are dotted around Waterloo. I posted recently about another one, The King’s Arms, and they’re just SO LOVELY. I holed up in  ...

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Coffee and Cafes, Culture, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Hobbies, Hobbies, Lifestyle, London, South

Scone With the Wind at Brixton Village

Brixton on a sunny Saturday morning is something that can’t really be described. It has to be seen, smelt, tasted and heard to really understand it. As you step off the tube and wander towards Brixton Village you’re confronted by TFL workers embracing and laughing as they take over from each other on shifts, 90s R’n’B ┬áblaring out of an enormous butchers where queues of people are lining up for chops, gospel music and shouting as preachers attempt to inspire those  ...

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