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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Tyler Perry and England: The Secret Connection

October 5, 2015 2:44 pm0 comments
Tyler Perry and England: The Secret Connection

Long before the disgraceful and absurd controversy over Idris Elba’s suitability to play James Bond, Elba had already starred in one of Tyler Perry’s best movies, “Daddy’s Little Girls”, a poignant drama about an underemployed mechanic from the inner city fighting for custody of his three daughters from a rather […]

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How Non-Traditional Platforms Are Supporting Female Comedic Voices

September 10, 2015 12:47 pm0 comments
How Non-Traditional Platforms Are Supporting Female Comedic Voices

When the American television network Fox announced that it would not renew The Mindy Project for a fourth season the internet seemed to sag with a collective gloom. There was an outpouring of sadness that the sitcom, which charts the romantic prevails of an OBGYN in New York, would be […]

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Review: You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost)

September 9, 2015 11:41 am0 comments
Review: You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost)

Felicia Day’s new memoir, You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost), is the latest entry in the thriving female confessional genre and it’s perhaps one of the strangest. For those who don’t know, Day is the internet superstar actress/writer/producer/blogger who first came to pop-culture attention when she created and starred […]

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Review of King Chaos at the Tristan Bates Theatre, London

September 3, 2015 11:29 am0 comments
Review of King Chaos at the Tristan Bates Theatre, London

Though I’ve given it two stars, I really quite enjoyed myself on Wednesday night going to see King Chaos. I didn’t know there was a trilogy going on – just that Cliff Chapman was in it, so it was bound to be sci-fi and funny. The two leads are rebels […]

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The Owl Experience: Up close and personal with one of nature’s most picturesque exports

August 28, 2015 4:46 pm0 comments
The Owl Experience: Up close and personal with one of nature’s most picturesque exports

Entertaining, enlightening and enormously enchanting – if you are currently sat at your computer with a cold cup of tea, desperately searching for a summer day trip that embodies all of the above, then stop that inane clicking and look no further than the Owl Experience at Ladds Garden Village. […]

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Life as a cat owner: Commendable or Cat-astrophic?

August 5, 2015 9:10 am0 comments
Life as a cat owner: Commendable or Cat-astrophic?

If you are considering taking the leap and bringing in a cat to share your home with you, this article will provide you with a detailed insight into the positive and negative elements of having a furry friend. I admit that I myself lean towards being pro-cat, however after growing up […]

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Star Wars – Secret Cinema Review *With Choice Spoilers*

July 29, 2015 9:00 am1 comment
Star Wars – Secret Cinema Review *With Choice Spoilers*

Before you get into the main meat of this post, you should know one thing straight up:  When I first got to the secret location of Secret Cinema last night, where the almighty behemoth of a project that is retro cinema from glory days of filmmaking and a total excuse […]

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