bloody HELL brennan

Browsing Tag:

UK travel

Eats and Drinks, Hotels, Travel

A Weekend in Newquay

The last time I went to Newquay, I was 16, had just finished my GCSEs and spent a week in a caravan with a gaggle of girls from school, all of us drinking waaaay too much Smirnoff Ice and attempting to sweet-talk our way past burly bouncers. Safe to say, Newquay has a bit of a ‘Party-Town’ reputation, which, given my utter loathing for stag and hen parties, has never made it a ‘Must Visit Again’ destination on my bucket list. However reader, I am ready to EAT MY  ...

Continue Reading

Eats and Drinks, Travel

7 Places to Eat and Drink in Brighton

The Mock Turtle Tucked just behind the sea front, you’ll find Brighton’s oldest tea shop. With the most droolworthy selection of homemade cakes in the window, luring in the passers by, and blue willow china adorning the walls and doilies scattered over the tables, this is the perfect slice of old-fashioned loveliness. Go for the Welsh rarebit, stay for the scones. And always go heavy on the clotted cream. East Street Tap For a little sprinkling of NYC attitude, head to East  ...

Continue Reading

Books, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Hobbies, Lifestyle, Music, Travel

BRISTOL

A couple of weeks ago I spotted that the sun was about to have his hat on for perhaps the final time this year, so I hopped into the car and took a jaunt west. TO BRISTOL, the land of cider and suspension bridges! AND BEAMING DOWN THAT SUN WAS! My dear old chum Charlie is lucky enough to live in a pretty little place right slap bang in the centre of Clifton, so we took a stroll down to the Observatory, hopping in and out of bookshops, charity shops and antiqueries along the way. We  ...

Continue Reading

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  ...

Continue Reading