June 29

5 things about the Islander Festival at London City Island – Saturday 23rd July

June 29

5 things about Pride at Louce Soho Saturday 2nd July

One Celebrate London Pride at live music hotspot Louche Soho with frozen ‘Green Carnation’ margaritas and a fabulously decadent evening of burlesque on Saturday 2nd July.  Two Steeped in history, Louche Soho sits on the spot where The Green Carnation once stood – a fun-loving party bar and a nod to the flower that Oscar Wilde transformed into […]

June 26

5 things to do in Weymouth part 1

June 24

Post: Great Cities For International Students In The UK

Great Cities For International Students In The UK Image Credit As a young adult, finding the best university to attend is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. It’s even more crucial for international students who leave their homes to live and study in a new environment. But the challenge of finding the […]

June 06

5. Choose an Arts festival event to go to for Refugee Week. Venues across the UK including the Southbank Centre and V&A from 20th – 26th June.

June 06

4. Visit the Good Deeds Only Cafe Popping up in Hackney

This summer, home security company Ring will launch its first-ever ‘NeighbourGood Café – a limited-edition café based that switches cash transactions for good deed pledges.  NeighbourGood Café, will open its doors on Thursday 30th June through to Saturday 2nd July at 2 Sidworth Street, E8 3SD, London.

June 06

3. Celebrate Summer in the City with Royal Lancaster London’s Picnic in the Park Package

June 06

2. Visit Urban Refuge made from second hand clothes at Canary Wharf by Poplar-based artist Ian Berry for World Environment Day

June 06

1. Book to see the Illegal Eagles at the New Victoria Theatre Woking – one night only Friday 1st July

June 05

5. Hire a 72-pint keg of beer from the Hogs Back Brewery, Farnham

June 05

4. Be part of 16,000 street parties for the Queens Platinum Jubilee

June 05

3. Order the best King Prawns and Croquettes, Red Amber Cocktail and Meatballs at Mezzet Dar Tapas Restaurant, Bridge Road, East Molesey

June 05

2. Sip a gin and tonic or glass of red at The Vine king, Bridge Road, Hampton Court, East Molesey

June 05

1. Buy this A5 ruled soft cover Journal – A very high quality thick page book

June 04

5. Spend time outside painting a forest school bug hotel from The Works

June 04

4. Make the easiest pizza you will every make by Tom Kerridge

June 04

3. Invest in a Le Creuset Travel Mug – perhaps the best quality you will ever buy

June 04

2. Dine at Patty&Bun’s brand new shop on Portobello Road – in centre of Notting Hill’s street market and artistic community.

June 04

1. Book to see Oti Mabuse – I Am Here at The New Victoria Theatre Woking 30th June

June 03

5. See a quad bike stunt show in the main arena and take a ride on the steam railway at The Royal Bath and West Show

June 03

4. Sit with a drink while watching a Jazz band and take part in STEM activities at The Royal Bath and West Show

June 03

3. Go on a Helter-skelter, have strawberries and cream and visit take away some local produce at The Royal Bath and West Show

June 03

2. Become fascinated with a bee hive, enjoy a beer, take home a balloon dinosaur and grab some food at The Bath and West Show

June 03

1. Say hello to the cattle, see piglets feeding and can you spot the winner at The Bath and West Show

June 02

5. Try a cocktail and food from the new menu at The American Bar at The Stafford Hotel, London

June 02

4. Book to see Killer Queen at OVO Arena Wembley. Tickets on Sale Monday 6th June

June 02

3. Bounce and Slide at Priory Park Fun Fair this Jubilee Weekend in Reigate

June 02

2. Don a sailors cap and ride your own boat around the miniport at Portsmouth Harbour

June 02

1. Order the white asparagus and beef at No 97 Bar and Restaurant, Surbiton

May 23

5 of England’s best cycling trails for wild cycling

May 10

5 things to do at Rumulo Filipino Cafe & Restaurant, Kensington High Street

Romulo Café & Restaurant Order a cocktail, admire the crisp white table cloths and enjoy the beautiful flowers. You will also enjoy the bread and butter too Choose from the a la carte menu and wait for your starter. Wine is available by the carafe which was unique to see. There is also a 5 […]

May 07

Take a boat ride on the beautiful River Thames with Thames Boat Charters – Kingston upon Thames

May 07

5 Things You Can Do To Spice Up Your Next Travel Adventure

Are you interested in doing something different the next time you go travelling? Perhaps you are tired of the same holiday year after year? If so, then we have some ways that you can spice things up and make your journeys a tad more interesting. Here are the possibilities we recommend.  Pexels CCO License Take […]

May 01

Stay in a Sea Containers Hotel, London

April 29

Try Afternoon Tea at The Guardsman Hotel, Westminster, London

An afternoon tea is the perfect indulgent way to catch up with friends and family and now The Guardsman is opening its elegant dining room to non-hotel guests. Situated in the heart of St. James’s, six minutes walk from Buckingham Palace, The Guardsman is a new boutique hotel with the feel of a member’s club. […]

April 28

Celebrate Puglia’s rich gastronomic heritage at Palazzo Ducale Venturi, Italy

For those seeking to immerse themselves in Italian gastronomy, the spectacular five-star boutique hotel Palazzo Ducale Venturi situated in southern Puglia provides the perfect destination. To celebrate the area’s rich culinary past and present, Palazzo Ducale Venturi has created its own experiences to take guests on incredible gastronomic journeys through one of Italy’s most abundant regions. Back […]

Bow Creek with O2 Arena as seen from Canning Town, London April 28

SAVE AT THE O2 THIS BANK HOLIDAY WITH A DAY OUT FROM £14PP

April 27

Normandy Food Tour travels SE and E of England this May Bank holiday!

A friendly invasion of the foodie kind will be working its way across southeast and East of England this Early May Bank Holiday. The Normandy Food Tour will see the best food, drink and music from our closest neighbours travel through Hastings, April 29th; Windsor, April 30th; Norwich, May 1st and Canterbury, May 2nd. Landing […]

April 26

Let’s Dance! Bowie Experience comes to town to celebrate the legendary Starman – 20th May New Victoria Theatre Woking

The World’s number 1 celebration of David Bowie features songs including Space Oddity, Starman, Fashion, Life on Mars, China Girl, Rebel Rebel, Golden Years, Modern Love, All the Young Dudes, Lets Dance, Heroes. Tickets

April 26

Spend a day with the family at Cloud9, Hemel Hempstead this May Bank Holiday

Cloud 9, a brand-new leisure venue in Hemel Hempstead provides the ultimate social experience activity for kids and adults alike.  The groundbreaking concept in has a whole host of truly unique activities in their Xtreme Airpark alongside a fully licensed beach bar and restaurant with an innovative menu, dynamic live music nights, big screens and an assortment of interactive bar games […]

April 26

5 things to do today by Crime Writer Marie Sutro

We are very Grateful to Marie Sutro for these excellent 5 things. Appreciate nature Traipsing around the mountains and splashing through rivers awakens parts of me that seem to go dormant when I am in city environments. Whether I’m at the ocean, or standing in the desert, nature always has a magical effect on me. […]

April 16

5 Ways to Find Yourself

Pexels – CCO Licence Some people are born knowing exactly who they are and what they want out of life, while others struggle to work out who they are until they are much older. If you don’t exactly know who you are or what you want but you do know that you are not totally […]

March 27

5 things about ‘The Best of British Pop’ show at the London Cabaret Club

The Best of British Pop show is relaunced The London Cabaret Club  has announced the relaunch of The Best of British Pop – an innovative musical celebration of the UK’s favourite hits throughout the decades. The London Cabaret Club is a pioneering entertainment experience in the heart of the capital, combining elegant fine dining and world-class performances with five-star service. The critically […]

man and woman near table March 21

5 Things To Do To Save Your Failing Business

5 Things To Do To Save Your Failing Business Image Credit According to reports, about 660,000 businesses begin operations annually in the UK. Unfortunately, in 12 months, 20% of these establishments fold up. Another 30% would have ceased all operations within three years unless there was a sudden turnaround. Sadly, these turnarounds don’t happen as […]

March 21

Coravin hosting exclusive wine tasting at Le Pont de La Tour

Book Here Le Pont de la Tour is partnering with the famed wine preservation system, Coravin, to host a series of three exclusive fine wine tasting events, launching on Wednesday 13 April in Le Pont de la Tour’s atmospheric wine cellar. Head Sommelier Michele Orbolato and an ambassador from Coravin will lead guests through a bespoke flight […]

March 21

COLLABRO RETURNS TO LONDON WITH A BRAND-NEW CONCERT TOUR THIS CHRISTMAS!

Collabro Tour The world’s most popular musical theatre vocal group have risen to international fame since winning Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 announced a new tour for 2022. Cuffe & Taylor, Lambert Jackson Productions and Live Nation Present Collabro – Christmas is Here UK Tour Following a sell-out UK Tour, Collabro, the world’s most popular musical theatre vocal group, will return to […]

March 19

Read Gary Delaney’s funniest one liners

March 18

Book to see Six the Musical at Hampton Court Palace (19th and 20th June)

Book here Performance TimesSunday 19 June – 9pmMonday 20 June – 3pm* and 9pm Worldwide hit musical SIX, created by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, will play three open-air concert performances at Hampton Court Palace, reuniting the original West End Queens and performing within the iconic main courtyard of their infamous ex-husband’s former residence on Sunday 19 […]

March 17

Discover the secrets of Stonehenge at a fascinating new exhibition in London and other ancient sites across the UK with these Stonehenge-inspired holidays

A new exhibition at The British Museum in London reveals the secrets of Stonehenge, exploring its purpose, cultural power and the people that created it. The World of Stonehenge (until 17 July 2022) follows the story of Britain and Europe from 4000 to 1000 BC – the fascinating age of Stonehenge. If your curiosity has been piqued, here are […]

March 15

5 reasons to go to the theatre by critically acclaimed dancer, singer and actress Charlotte Gooch

We are very grateful to Charlotte for taking time out of her busy rehearsal schedule for the touring production of Singin’ in the Rain to share her 5 things. Escapism A chance to leave your troubles at the door and lose yourself in someone else’s story for a couple of hours. Whether you’re watching the […]

March 12

Wandsworth based Em Stroud ‘Corporate Clown Coach’ offers 5 key lessons for International Happiness Day

To mark International Day of Happiness (20 March 2022), Wandsworth’s very own ‘Corporate Clown Coach’ is asking people to embrace their creativity and unmask serious truths with laughter to inspire happier and better lives for themselves, their family, friends and colleagues. Em Stroud, 43, who is a performer and speaker classically trained in clowning, coaches […]

March 11

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking and 4 other things

Book to see Singin’ in the Rain at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking – Monday 28th March to Saturday 2nd April! Did you know the show uses more than 6,000 litres of water during each performance? That’s roughly around the weight of 11 grand pianos!  Get Fit with Coppa’s New Weekend Fitness Packages at The Swan […]

February 18

Did you know you can go on a TV location Tour for Line of Duty in Belfast? 4 other things too!

Today’s 5 1. Go on a luxury Line of Duty TV location Tour in Belfast with Hastings Hotel. More details here. 2. Check out Nik Hill. He has just won the Silver Stand-Up award at Leicester Comedy Festival.  The competition is open to any comedian aged 55 or above and the final took place last […]

February 15

5 Secrets To Sleep Better by Christiana Branchini

We are very grateful to Christiana for these excellent sleep tips. Please have a look at Christiana blog Crisbiecoach. Learn to breathe well and deeply by practising a discipline such as Yoga, Pilates or meditation. Create a relaxing environment. A quiet home is the key to a restful night. If you have trouble falling asleep, keep your bedroom clean and clear […]

February 15

25EP Luxury work space in London’s Belgravia caught our eye today – and 4 others!

Today’s 5 1. Make a classic omelette with Delia Smith. Omelette are the ultimate fast food and it’s hard to beat the classic way to make them. A sweet omelette included on the video too. 2. Visit Godstone Farm, Surrey. A wet and windy day today but the huge soft play area was beautifully dry. […]

February 14

Have you ever seen Madama Butterfly in Woking? This and 4 other things to do

Today’s 5 1. Visit Chessington World of Adventures. It’s not all open but great for toddlers. You can see all the animals, go on the carousel and others and treat yourself to donuts and coffee. Our experience was very short wait times. Perfect! 2. Have the M & S Valentine’s £20 pound meal. Maybe not […]

November 12

See Lyn Paul in Blood Brothers at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Lyn Paul first rose to fame in the early 1970s as a member of the New Seekers, whose hit ‘I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing’ sold over 20 million copies and remains one of the 100 best-selling UK singles of all time. Lyn also featured as the lead vocalist on the 1974 number-one hit […]

November 02

Top 5 things to do when visiting the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambia

With more activities than Niagara and Iguazú Falls combined, a fun-packed post-pandemic trip, Zambia’s Victoria Falls could be just the tonic. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is, without a doubt, one of the best places to visit in Southern Africa. Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, the […]

November 02

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO ON THE RIVER THAMES

London’s River Thames is famous for landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Palace of Westminster, but there are plenty of exciting activities to do on the river itself. Our top five activities are all tried and tested by our adventurous Cheval Three Quays Concierge team. Read More

October 25

5. Take a trip to Luna Winter Cinema London

Believe it or not, Christmas is coming, and with many of us starting to plan lots of festive activities around the capital, you need look no further for the perfect winter warmer. The Luna Cinema is back, announcing its largest ever winter season, hosting screenings of festive favourites at two spectacular venues: Kensington Palace and Battersea Arts Centre. This year they’re […]

October 25

4. Dine at One One Four, Teddington #teddington #London #Food

October 25

3. Dine at Michelin Starred City Social, London

October 25

2. Take a magical Night time trail at Polesden Lacey National Trust

Between Fri, 22 Oct 2021 – Sun, 7 Nov 2021, visitors will be able to experience the enchanting effects of fire, light and lanterns throughout the garden at Polesden Lacey. Once the home to Edwardian society hostess, Margaret Greville, she loved to surprise and delight her visitors. We hope Ignite continues that tradition for our […]

October 25

1. Book to see The Smeds and the Snoos Live on Stage at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

A stellar new show based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler On a far-off planet, Smeds and Smoos can’t be friends. So when a young Smed and Smoo fall in love and zoom off into space together, how will their families get them back? Music, laughs and interplanetary adventures for everyone aged […]

October 23

We are looking for bloggers etc to contribute their 5 things to do today to our lifestyle site

If you would like to write your 5 things then please email 5thingstodotoday@gmail.com. You can be as creative as you want to be. Just 5 sentences. Any images, links back to your blog and business are all fine. Thanks. David

October 18

2. Buy silicone stretch lids from refillogic, Surbiton – the perfect alternative to cling film

The perfect alternative to cling film. These super stretchy silicone stretch lids will keep your food fresher for longer with their airtight seal. These silicone food covers handle anything. From covering bowls, cans, jars and half cut fruit like melon or even your half cut onion. No mess, no waste. The most eco friendly lids […]

October 18

1. Rent a hot tub and Gazebo with Reigate Hot Tubs

Welcome to Reigate Hot Tubs! We would like to offer you a taste of garden luxury at an affordable price. We pride ourselves on making the process of hiring a Hot Tub, Cinema or Gazebo, safe, effortless and enjoyable – whatever the occasion come rain, snow or sun! Reigate Hot Tubs

October 10

5. Go on a nighttime magical trail at Polesden Lacey this Half Term

Between Fri, 22 Oct 2021 – Sun, 7 Nov 2021, experience the enchanting effects of fire, light and lanterns throughout the garden at Polesden Lacey. Deep in the Surrey Hills, the Edwardian gardens at the National Trust’s Polesden Lacey form the perfect setting for this new, after-dark experience.  Polesden Lacey was once the home of famous Edwardian […]

October 10

4. Book A Mysterious Castle In Europe For Halloween With Oliver’s Travels

Add some adventure into the holiday and rent a castle this Halloween. From isolated chateauxs in France and medieval fortresses in Italy to gothic castles by the enchanting lochs of  Scotland, Oliver’s Travels has a stunning collection of handpicked chateaux and castles to rent exclusively throughout Europe. Experience staying in your very own secluded countryside estate with no neighbouring properties and exploring ancient tower rooms and secretive crypts allowing the mind to wander […]

October 10

3. Dine at the Coppernose restaurant at The Mitre Hotel, opposite Hampton Court

A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to eat and drink. A riverside venue with a great selection of wines and tasty food. Coppernose was the nickname given to Henry VIII, after his funds ran low and he was forced to issue cheap copper-coated currency towards the end of his reign. A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to drink […]

October 10

2. Book to see L.O.L Surprise

UK, are you ready to see the most L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls together…. LIVE?! This multi-city tour is set to remix the vibes of a club, feature the best ever beats & latest songs from the upcoming L.O.L. Surprise! movie, never-before-seen dance moves and the ultimate instagrammable sets. We are coming to 15 venues across the […]

October 10

1. Bus it around London on the Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour

Come and experience afternoon tea with a difference on our exclusive and unique Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour. Our vintage routemaster buses drive through the streets of Central London, taking in some of the City’s best sights, whilst you indulge in the fabulous Brigit’s Afternoon Tea on a double decker bus! Capture […]

October 09

5 things to do today by Actor and Theatre Maker Emma Spearing

Emma Spearing is an Actor and Theatre Maker based in Cambridge. Seven years ago, her identical twin sister Charlie, died, aged 38. The immense grief of losing her twin was also combined with a new questioning, of who she was without her twin, and she has spent the past 4 years creating a solo theatre […]

October 09

5. Take your children to Gravity Wandsworth this Half Term

Gravity, Wandsworth a family-friendly Adventureland set over three floors looks to welcome the thrill-seeking revellers of all ages during the school break with 100,000 sq ft. of endless fun-filled activities to keep the kids entertained from start to finish. This exhilarating, interactive gaming zone will keep the kids entertained for hours with a a multi-level, all-electric-go-kart track, testing skill, reflexes, and nerve through eight-meter downhills […]

October 09

4. Dine at Dar restaurant near Hampton Court – Tapas Inspired by Spain and Lebanon

What does Dar mean? It’s Lebanese for “lounge” and Spanish for the verb “to give”. And that’s a perfect combination with Spanish and Lebanese-inspired tapas as well as fine wines in a relaxed and convivial ambience. Dar Tapas Restaurant

October 09

3. Book to see Priscilla Queen of the desert at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking this October

In March 2020, Priscilla fans had to be turned away from the show on opening night at the New Victoria Theatre due to sudden Covid-19 restrictions. After a painful 18 month wait, Priscilla Queen of the Desert will finally take to the Woking stage. The production, starring Miles Western, Nick Hayes and Edwin Ray, is […]

October 09

2. Have a shower in Soho this weekend with Original Source

The UK’s first #Showergasmic Salon comes to London’s Dean Street this weekend (Friday 8th – 10th October 2021). Powered by Original Source, the multi-sensory #Showergasmic Salon offers 30-minute wet and wild experiences that are sure to reawaken the senses. On arrival, guests will be welcomed by an Original Source Showergasmologist, and given a complementary ‘Let’s Get Filthy’ Sanctuary Spa […]

October 09

1. Think about travelling to the Seychelles now it is off the red list from Monday

Seychelles has come off the UK’s red list marking the next step in the destination’s tourism recovery. Effective 4 am GMT, Monday, 11 October, travellers from the UK, the Seychelles’ third major tourism source market, may once again visit the Indian Ocean island destination with travellers able to obtain insurance for the destination and the vaccinated […]

September 28

Cabbage Patch 10, Royal Docks Festival, Quinta do Lago, BSI at The Shacklewell Arms and 5 things by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

One Enter the The Cabbage Patch 10 running race. The Cabbage Patch 10 is back, taking place at 09.00 on Sunday 17 October 2021. The 10-mile race has taken place every year since 1982 – with the exception of 2020 for obvious reasons. Starting and finishing near the eponymous iconic pub, this 10-mile race is […]

September 27

Su Pollard as the Wicked Queen in Sunderland, Camping with PaulCamper, New interior design at The Fellows House, Cambridge, Streatham Literary Festival and The Bobby Moore Fund’s London Sports Quiz in aid of Cancer Research UK

Book to see Su Pollard in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs in Sunderland. Sunderland Empire is delighted to announce that the nation’s much-loved actress and entertainer Su Pollard will be returning to thrill pantomime audiences as the Wicked Queen in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs from Friday 10 December 2021 – Sunday 2 […]

September 26

Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James, The Last Five Years at The Garrick theatre, Halloween in Bath, Golf at Quinta do Lago Portugal and World Animal day in South Africa

Register for Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James: Conversations with Compassion Racial & Social Justice. The next Stronger on Sundays programme takes place on Sunday 26 September, 1800 to 2000 BST. Registration is free and can be done here Book to see Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award-winning musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS at the Garrick Theatre. […]

September 25

5 things to do today by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

Melissa James is a Singer-Songwriter and Artist.  Her song Live Again spearheaded the creation of her Big Sing and mental health project, SING4SANE.  This project saw the recording of Live Again alongside members of the public in 2016 and subsequent Big Sing events were held in European and British Parliament.  All sale proceeds from the Big Sing […]

September 24

We like to move it, Circla Beauty, London Restaurant Festival, Help Musicians and Beauty and the Beast at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

Book to see We like to move it. This is an announcement for a London-wide tour of a brand-new all-immigrant variety show: WE LIKE TO MOVE IT MOVE IT is performed by a clown collective of immigrant performers, who take the audience on a journey of variety and satire. grappling with our decade’s stickiest subject; […]

September 01

Head to The Magic Garden in Battersea The Magic Garden in Battersea to see the More Heed Exhibition from today

More Heed is an immersive exhibition, art auction and live event to support the transformative work of FareShare, a nationwide charity tackling hunger and food waste.  More Heed brings together an exciting roster of over 30 emerging and established artists, with progressive approaches to street art, contemporary painting, drawing, print and sculpture. Set among the curious rooms […]

August 26

This Bank holiday weekend go to Cornwall’s family friendly Camel Creek Family Theme Park

Cornwall’s award-winning, top family attraction Camel Creek has flung open its gates for the summer with approved social distancing measures, ensuring the safety of all its guests.  Having recently been awarded silver in the Cornwall Tourism Awards’ large attraction category, the team is excited for guests to experience some of the recent changes made to the layout of […]

August 26

Dip pizza crusts at Victoria Station – by Hellmann’s

Do you know how many pizza crusts go to waste? I didn’t but now they dont need to. Crust + dip = pleasure. Dip your crust at Victoria Station. Condiments and Crusts FREE pop-up truck event to central London this coming 11th September 2021 from 12 – 6pm. Event organised by Hellmann’s

August 26

Have free tech and financial guidance while you have a hair cut at East London based barbershop SliderCuts

Mastercard and charity Clean Slate has partnered with East London based barbershop SliderCuts to support the digitally and financially excluded by offering them free tech and financial guidance while they get a haircut. This comes after research revealing that 21% of Brits describe their barbers and hairdressers as a place to escape for a moment whilst others consider it […]

August 21

Simple Ways to Celebrate Roald Dahl Day 2021 and Get the Kids Involved Too!

Simple Ways to Celebrate Roald Dahl Day 2021 and Get the Kids Involved Too! Roald Dahl is considered to be one of the best children’s authors of all time, well-known for authoring a plethora of whimsical, wonderful, and highly imaginative books. His magical tales were brought to life by Quentin Blake’s illustrations throughout 18 of […]

August 21

5 things to do today at Pergola Paddington, London

Pergola Paddington is a huge, covered, rooftop bar located right in the heart of London’s new Paddington development. Thanks to huge investment, what was once a dull business area of the city next to a train station has been completely transformed into a stylish and happening social space. And Pergola is the jewel in the […]

August 10

Quinta do Lago’s New Family & Eco Friendly Experiences to Enjoy in the Algarve

Portugal’s Quinta do Lago is delighted to be welcoming back UK guests this summer with a selection of brand new experiences for the whole family to enjoy. Whether a kid, teenager or parent, there are activities available to make sure everyone has an exciting and memorable holiday experience. The UK and Portugal are both welcoming fully vaccinated […]

August 02

Conductor Rachel Staunton shares 5 leadership tips for in and outside the concert hall.

Thank you to Rachel for sharing these 5 tips. 1. Take a relationship rich approach – We need to call time on the days where the red carpet is laid, maestro waltzes in, may or may not throw a tantrum but generally makes people feel inferior. Let the people you are leading know you care […]

July 27

4 Ways To Protect Yourself From A Heatwave This Summer

4 Ways To Protect Yourself From A Heatwave This Summer Image Credit Summer is here, and there are so many fun activities to participate in! However, there is also a need to stay safe and healthy. Heatwaves are a growing concern during this period. A publication from the Office of National Statistics indicates there is […]

July 21

8 Insane Lawsuits That Have us Thinking

Lawsuits can be pretty crazy, and there are some really insane ones out there. Here are some of the most insane lawsuits we have ever heard of. QuinceCreative from Pixabay Jelly beans Have Sugar This might come as a shock to some people but sweet things tend to have a lot of sugar in them. […]

July 21

5 Legal Things Motorcycle Accident Victims Should Do After the Accident

Motorcycle accidents are the leading cause of death for motorcyclists around the world. This is mostly due to the lack of protective gear and distractions from cell phones and other devices. According to Insurance Information Institute, around 5,000 motorcyclists die in accidents each year, while an estimated 84,000 are injured.  Motorcycle accidents are often fatal […]

May 12

5 Inspirational Tools Anyone Can Use To Control Their Health Destiny

For decades, mainstream medicine has been teaching us that we don’t really have much control over our health. The conditions we develop as we get older are just “luck of the draw,” not under our control.  But is that true? A growing number of scientists seem to think not. And it all comes down to […]

May 06

Ian McKellen to star in Hamlet this Summer at Theatre Royal Windsor #theatre #Windsor #IanMcKellen

One The Theatre Royal Windsor’s inaugural Summer Season opens with Shakespeare’s HAMLET directed by Sean Mathias and starring Ian McKellen in this reimagined age, colour, and gender-blind interpretation of the young Prince in this unrelenting tale of madness, revenge and death opens 21 June 2021.  Two Produced by Bill Kenwright, HAMLET heralds Sean Mathias’ unique opening season at Theatre Royal Windsor with one company of actors in two of theatre’s greatest […]

May 06

Hotel Brooklyn Manchester throws a Ball for Pandemic Heroes and Helpers: Nominations Open #Manchester #travel

One As it re-opens with the lifting of lockdown, Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester wants to say THANK YOU to Cottonopolis’ heros, heroines and helpers and is inviting nominations for places at the table for some of the many people whose front-line dedication helped to keep the city through the pandemic. Two The spoiling event will take place on July […]

May 04

RunFestRun – featuring headline acts Rick Astley, James Blunt, All Saints and McFly 27-29 August 2021 #LaverstokeParkFarm #Hampshire #Running #Festival

RUNFESTRUN – GET YOUR RUNNING SHOES ON AROUND THE STUNNING GROUNDS OF LAVERSTOKE PARK BEFORE PARTYING WITH RICK ASTLEY, MCFLY, JAMES BLUNT AND ALL SAINTS AT NIGHT. One RunFestRun proudly sponsored by Volvo are announcing new dates and a new venue for their 2021 event. To guarantee smooth-running with maximum safety, the festival will move to […]

May 04

Celebrate British Summertime with Monkey Island Estate’s New Shepherd’s Hideaway Experience #Travel #Bray #Luxury

One This summer, Monkey Island Estate is delighted to welcome families and friends to enjoy the idyllic island in Bray with a new Shepherd’s Hideaway Experience. To kick-off British summertime, one of the estate’s handcrafted Shepherd’s Huts has been transformed from a cosy winter cabin into a rustic summer suntrap ready to welcome groups of up to […]

May 04

LIFE LESSONS FESTIVAL 2021: LESSONS IN HOW TO LIVE WELL AS WE RE-ENTER LIFE IN THE FAST LANE #lifelessonsfestival #Chiswick #Chiswickhouse

One It has been announced today that Professor Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green, from the team of scientists behind the development of the Oxford vaccine, will join a plethora of famous faces on stage at Life Lessons 2021.  Last week we announced that Life Lessons, the festival which helps people live well, will take place at Chiswick […]

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