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

Streatham Literary Festival – Nicola Williams takes the floor with local MP, Bell Ribeiro-Addy, to discuss Nicola’s re-published novel, Without Prejudice, which Booker Prize-winning author Bernardine Evaristo has cited as a pioneering book depicting black Britain that remaps the nation.
  1. 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 January 2022. Tickets here.
  2. Go camping with PaulCamper. Paul Camper, Europe’s largest online platform for campervan and motorhome sharing, has collated some top spots for campervanning this autumn. With schools having returned, most of the larger crowds have reduced and beauty spots across the UK are quieter so autumn campervanners not only benefit from cheaper nightly campsite rates but easier wildlife spotting opportunities.
  3. Stay at The Fellows House, Cambridge – now with a newly designed interior. The Fellows House Cambridge, Curio Collection by Hilton is delighted to unveil the interior design of both public and guest areas, which was completed by hospitality design practice, twenty2degrees. The new apartment-style hotel opened its doors on 1st July 2021 is located a stone’s throw away from the river and many of the city’s most famous colleges, offering a home-away-from-home infused with the legacy of university fellows as well as the architectural and cultural soul of Cambridge.
  4. Book in to go to The Streatham Literary Festival. The Streatham Festival is back to its live event format and will take place from Friday 8 October to Sunday 17 October celebrating all aspects of the arts in Streatham, and promoting the work of artists, musicians, and creatives as well as the many venues of all kinds in the local area. The Streatham Festival organisers are now calling on Streathamites and Londoners to visit the festival website and book tickets and register for some of the many events and activities. 
  5. Reserve a table for The Bobby Moore Fund’s London Sports Quiz is the UK’s largest interactive sports quiz and will be returning to The Brewery on 4th November 2021. During this event, some of the sporting world’s most famous faces will team up with blue-chip companies from across the country to raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK. To book a table or for details of promotional opportunities, please contact: 020 3469 8910

The Fellows House, Cambridge – now with a newly designed interior