Billy Connolly’s High Horse

January 8, 2016 1:22 pm0 comments
Billy Connolly’s High Horse

A quick mention of Billy Connolly’s High Horse tour in London, 2016.

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The Force Awakens: Review (NO SPOILERS)

December 17, 2015 4:32 am0 comments
The Force Awakens: Review (NO SPOILERS)

Read, or read not – but there are no spoilers.   So, I got to go to a premiere screening of the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens (hooked-up by a fantastic person, who knows another fantastic person, who works at the fantastic cinema that is Genesis!) I have […]

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It’s beginning to look a lot like a hassle free Christmas

December 14, 2015 9:33 pm0 comments
It’s beginning to look a lot like a hassle free Christmas

It’s the most wonderful(ly busy and demanding) time of the year. Now, only mere weeks away, Michael Bublé is waking from his eleven month slumber as many shops are immersed in all things red, green and glittery. That’s right, folks, Christmas is once more rearing its tinsel covered head whilst […]

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Woman of the Year: Why Glamour Made the Correct Decision

November 30, 2015 8:21 pm0 comments
Woman of the Year: Why Glamour Made the Correct Decision

Recently, the husband of a police officer who died during 9/11 decided to return her Glamour “Woman of the Year” award. This is because Caitlyn Jenner was recognised with the same award, which Moira Smith’s husband James disagreed with. Moira Smith’s heroic actions no doubt made her a justified recipient […]

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10 songs for Halloween that are actually about ghosts (and aren’t just metaphors for something else).

October 29, 2015 3:55 pm1 comment
10 songs for Halloween that are actually about ghosts (and aren’t just metaphors for something else).

Other-worldly references in song have frequently been used to express more corporeal pre-occupations. Whether it’s ruminating on lost or broken relationships, unfulfilled possibilities, broader social malaise or just wistful navel-gazing, the supernatural provides that compelling image that draws the listener in. Typically employing the concept of the ghost, or a […]

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Old Enough But Young Enough – The Truth About Your Mid Twenties

October 25, 2015 9:41 pm0 comments
Old Enough But Young Enough – The Truth About Your Mid Twenties

The mid twenties: one of life’s most intriguing stepping-stones. Old enough to take out a mortgage, young enough to still reside in your mum’s house. Old enough to make an informed vote in the election, young enough to ponder over what David Cameron does all day. Old enough to enjoy […]

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How to enjoy the gym – A beginners guide

October 12, 2015 10:05 am0 comments
How to enjoy the gym – A beginners guide

Being fit is very much the “in thing” right now – something that we are all thoroughly reminded of through internet sites, television programmes, newspapers, magazines and so forth. It’s an ongoing trend that doesn’t seem likely to run out of steam any time soon. Consequently I can assume that, in addition […]

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A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

October 11, 2015 3:41 pm0 comments
A handful of honest “heads-up”s I wish I had been given before university

As many of your friends, family and probably the majority of the internet may have voiced to you, university is widely known as a life changing and reaffirming time in which you discover your true self, take on eye opening experiences, and make friendships that last a life time – […]

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