Author Archives: 5thingstodotoday

November 08

A festive family first: The Glyndebourne Chorus Christmas Concert in Woking

Each autumn, renowned opera company Glyndebourne visits Woking’s New Victoria Theatre, bringing three world-class productions as part of its annual Tour. For the first time this year, the company will bring to Woking the Glyndebourne Chorus Christmas Concert, a special concert of opera highlights and yuletide classics for all the family. New to opera but […]

November 05

Take your child to World of Dinosaurs, Paradise Park, Broxbourne

This park is excellent if your toddler loves dinosaurs as many do. The wildlife park area is a little dated but the dinosaur aminotronic area is superb. There is a little train that will take you too – extra cost of £2.00 however Paradise Park

November 05

Make this excellent soufflé as demonstrated by Raymond Blanc

November 05

Have luxury Indian food at Indian Panorama in Molesey, Surrey

This restaurant replaces Petritis on Molesey high street which despite being excellent didn’t make it. Indian Panorama is a fine replacement and always seem busy. The menu is novel, service slick and food incredibly tasty. Lamb is always a rest and was superb. The wines by the glass should also not be ignored. This is […]

November 04

Short Guide To Starting Your Own Fleet Company

When you have been driving for a long time and have got to know the industry, it can be hard to know what the next step could be. How about starting your own fleet company? If you have the confidence to put together a team of trusted people who will deliver excellent service then maybe […]

October 28

Finding Causes Worthy Of Your Time, Effort, And Investment

(Image Credit) Charity is something which often sees people divided. Some believe that those with the resources to help others should do everything they can to make the world better, while others are strongly of the opinion that they should be able to hold onto everything they earn or have. Whichever side you sit on, […]

October 28

Have breakfast at San Carlo Ciccihetti, Manchester

San Carlo Ciccihetti is part of Manchester’s flagship House of Fraser Store. The poached egg on Sourdough bread was lovely served with ripe avocado. A very fresh dish with excellent coffee too. San Carlo Ciccihetti

October 28

Press Release – The Prague Symphony Orchestra brings an electrifying celebration of Nature to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall

The Prague Symphony Orchestra brings all its renowned energy and vigour to this extraordinary symphony, under Finnish Chief Conductor and fast-rising star Pietari Inkinen. They are joined by the superb Czech mezzo-soprano Ester Pavlů and a chorus from of members of Edinburgh Royal Choral Union, Edinburgh University Chamber Choir and also the National Youth Choir of Scotland for what promises to […]

October 28

Comedian Stephen Bailey announces brand new live tour for 2020 – ‘Can’t Be Bothered’ – tickets on sale on Thursday 31st October

Stephen Bailey, stand-up comedian and host of  Channel 5’s Celebs On The Farm is delighted to announce he is going back on tour early next year with his brand new show Can’t Be Bothered. Find out more

October 28

Watch how to simplify your life by School of Life

October 25

 5 Things To Do For Your Long-Term Wellbeing

Picture Source Maintaining a good standard of physical and mental health is not always easy. Picture-perfect people on Instagram might make it seem easy, but appearances can be deceptive. Even models and celebrities struggle with their wellbeing from time to time. Nobody can be perfectly healthy. Once this becomes clear, you’ll find it much easier […]

October 23

Visit Natasha Kumar’s exhibition – Eloquent Spaces – Sacred and Secular Indian Architecture at the Railings gallery, Marylebone

The exhibition captures the spirit of Indian architecture with its carved stone, crumbling palaces and pillared halls. Natasha has created a special piece to celebrate Diwali – Ganesha| New Beginnings. This is a handmade screen-print in an edition of 40.  The Ganesha God symbolises fresh starts and prosperity. Most timely in the current climate!  Natasha […]

October 23

Dine at J Sheekey, Covent Garden

This famous fish restaurant in the heart of London is always busy. Enjoy a drink at the bar before having fabulous fish. The fish stew is a classic as is the traditional fish and chips. The people watching is almost as good as the food. J Sheekey

October 22

Enjoy a Whisky Masterclass at speakeasy bar The Mind Palace, London – Wednesday 6th November

On Wednesday 6th November, The Mind Palace, Sherlock’s popular stand alone speakeasy bar, is hosting the ultimate Whisky Masterclass. For just £12, guests will learn to make a selection of autumnal, whisky based cocktails using Glenlivet whisky, as well as enjoy three cocktails after the masterclass. Find out more

October 21

Visit Brighton’s Sea Life Centre

This sea life centre is just near the pier in Brighton and is truly spectacular for kids. In addition to looking peering through the glass at tropical fish, you can take a small glass bottom boat ride to see turtles, stingrays and sharks. You can easily spend a morning here especially if you touch the […]

October 21

Top Reasons You Should Be Completing Sports For Charity

Opting to compete in a sport for charity such as cycling, running, triathlon or the OMM can be a really rewarding experience. Often people choose a charity that is close to home and means something to them.  Photo by Pixabay from Pexels Have a look below at some of the reasons you should be considering […]

October 20

Take your child to Investigate at The Natural History Museum, London

You can use microscopes, cameras and magnifying glasses. Staff are on hand to help you out. In the basement of the Natural History Museum you will find Investigate. Take a tray and investigate teeth, fossils, rock and more. The Natural History Museum

October 20

Visit the Moon at the Natural History museum, London

October 18

5 Ways to Choose Your Ideal Career

Image Pixabay CC0 License Nowadays, there are so many jobs to choose from that finding your perfect career can be tricky. Of course, the main reason that people go to work is to earn money. However, if your choice of job is solely influenced by how much money you get paid for doing it, you […]

October 17

2. Book tickets for an evening with Stephen Schwartz’s at the Park theatre, London

The world-renowned composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Children of Eden, Pippin, Godspell, Rags and the soon to be premiered in London The Prince of Egypt) will visit Park Theatre to present a showcase of his most memorable numbers and take part in a panel discussion and audience Q&A about his life and work on Sunday 12 January.  Featuring his favourite works, performed by […]

October 16

Five things to do at Sherborne School

Sherborne offers a rich variety of activities for its pupils. Here are five things to do while attending the School Steeped in history but alive to the future. A vibrant all-boys educational experience with strong links to a local girls’ school. Fantastic sport, music, academic stretch and creative arts.  Sherborne offers a whole host of […]

October 16

3. Download the 4 Pillar Plan Checklist/cheat sheet

We are pretty sure that this doesn’t exist already. It is based on The 4 Pillar Plan: How to Relax, Eat, Move and Sleep Your Way to a Longer, Healthier Life by Dr Rangan Chatterjee Basically it is a handy list for the week. go through the list every day and see how many you […]

October 16

1. Proudly Wear it Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

18 October 2019 – Wear it Pink Day brings together thousands of people for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With the aim to raise money and support those affected by breast cancer, it’s the perfect opportunity to put on your pink and support the Pink Ribbon Foundation.

October 15

4. Listen to Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 – Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra & Iván Fischer

October 15

3. Book tickets for STOP KISS at the Above The Stag Theatre, Vauxhall, London

Above The Stag Theatre is an award-winning theatre in Vauxhall, London with a focus on producing LGBT+ themed work including new writing, musicals and revivals. We are the only full-time professional LGBT+ theatre in the UK. STOP KISS

October 15

2. Book to see Neil Gaiman in conversation with Lenny Henry at the National Theatre – Wednesday 18 December, 5.45–6.45pm, Olivier Theatre

Wednesday 18 December, 5.45–6.45pm, Olivier Theatre The Ocean at the End of the Lane is the bestselling magical novel from the brilliant imagination of Neil Gaiman. Join Gaiman as he chats to Lenny Henry about writing this modern myth, where his inspiration came from, and what it’s like to have his novel adapted for the stage. Neil Gaiman […]

October 15

5. Book tickets to see Aladdin with Bobby Davro at New Victoria Theatre, Woking

This year’s spectacular family pantomime Aladdin will star former Strictly Come Dancing professional Brendan Cole as the Genie of the Ring and hilarious funny man and Panto Legend Bobby Davro as Wishee Washee! Book Tickets Starts Friday 6th December

October 15

1. Have lunch at Simpson on the Strand

Simpson’s This beautiful dining room serves classic luxury dishes with perfection. This restaurant is long standing, situated next to The Savoy provides beautiful food with a classic ambience hard to find in London. There is even a pianist singer to ease the meal.

October 14

5. Enjoy a gin and tonic at the American Bar in The Savoy Hotel, London

October 14

4. Join British Gas Homecare

A recent personal experience of no heating after the summer this service was invaluable. Different monthly plans are available. The app booking system is great and the man couldn’t have been more professional and caring – just great. British Gas Homecare

October 14

3. Look out for New Scientist Live next Year

Yesterday 5 things went to New Scientist Live at London’s Excel Centre. A vast range of stalls, talks and book signings awaits. There is lots for kids to do such as making paper airplanes and testing out the design of a roller coaster. New Scientist Live

October 14

2. Have a bacon sandwich from Coffee Bay Kiosk at Hampton Court Station

October 14

1. Watch Samantha Womack in The Girl On The Train at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking

The gripping, number one best-selling story of Rachel Watson based on the book by Paula Hawkins is coming to the New Victoria Theatre stage starring Samantha Womack. The Girl On The Train arrives in Woking from Monday 28 October – Saturday 2 November. Get Tickets

October 13

3. Buy the Let’s go Fishing game from Hamleys

October 13

5. Pre order Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s new book – Feel better in 5 minutes

We are not too sure exactly what this book will be like but his other two books excellent. Read the 4 pillar plan and The stress solution to get a flavour of Dr Chatterjee’s work. The release date is December 26th. Just in time for New Year. Pre Order from Amazon

October 13

4. Make a 6 page booklet out of one sheet of A4 paper

October 13

2. Revise for AQA GCSE Physics by watching this 2 hour video

October 13

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October 13

1. Have your passport photograph taken on the bridge between Waterloo East and London Waterloo

October 12

5. Enjoy a beer from The Beer House on the concourse of Charing Cross Station, London

October 12

4. Watch a street performer in the covered market at Covent Garden

October 12

3. Visit the London transport museum, Covent Garden, London

October 12

2. Visit Hollycoombe Steam Fairground in at night – Liphook, Surrey

October 12

1. Amaze people with the the walk through paper trick

October 07

Celebrate London Cocktail Week at Issho-Ni

Issho-Ni, the stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, has teamed up with American whiskey brand Bulleit Frontier Whiskey to host the ultimate Funk BBQ Party on Friday 11th October, in celebration of London Cocktail Week. For just £10 per person, party goers can enjoy a drink from the specially curated Issho-Ni x Bulleit cocktail menu, alongside a charcoal grilled Chicken Yakitori Skewer or Tofu […]

October 07

Waitress WILL HOST THE NEXT LONDON CAST ALBUM KARAOKE NIGHT ON 16 OCTOBER

Waitress has announced its next Cast Album Karaoke Night will take place on 16 October in partnership with Official London Theatre offering audience members the chance to sing songs from the smash hit comedy musical, by 7-time Grammy® nominee Sara Bareilles, live on the West End stage. Audience members who want to take part in […]

October 03

Dine in the Heart of Shropshire: The Saloon at Hawkstone Hall & Gardens

For first-class, elegant dining in a beautiful rural setting, The Saloon Restaurant at Hawkstone Hall & Gardens, is a truly decadent and intimate restaurant. Set in the one of the oldest parts of the original Main House, it is quintessentially British and has a luxurious feel with artwork adorning the walls and rich, plush fabrics […]

October 03

Things To Start Your Morning Off Well

How you start your day matters. And if you can do a few things to kick it off in the right way, then you should. A great example is, hitting the snooze button over and over again – awful start. It gives you small snippets of broken sleep, and you will get more annoyed with […]

September 24

Flying From Heathrow? We’ve Got Car Parking Covered

Going on holiday is one of the most exciting and memorable experiences that a lot of people will have. Nevertheless, the build-up to going on a vacation can be quite stressful because there are lots of things which need to be considered, and most people worry that they will forget something. https://pixabay.com/photos/baggage-hall-heathrow-airport-775540/ One aspect which […]

September 20

Interview with U.S. comedian Liza Treyger

Thank you to Liza for this interview. Liza is set to embark on her debut tour across UK and Europe with her latest stand-up, including a performance at Bloomsbury Studio, London on 24th September. Out of everything you have done in your comedy career so far what have been the highlights? I think the number […]

September 10

5. Try the new seasonal menu at Issho-Ni, Bethnal Green, London

Issho-Ni, pronounced “Is-sho-ni” and defined as “together with” in Japanese, is a stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar serving up delicious sharing plates, izakaya style. Located on the trendy Bethnal Green Road, Issho-Ni connects guests with new tastes and experiences in a relaxed casual dining atmosphere. With a focus on bold and seasonal flavours, head chef Eduardo Aguiar, who was previously head chef of Bone Daddies, Shakafuyu and Kiri is pushing […]

September 10

4. Don’t forget the Royal Albert Hall this Christmas – Baby Spice, Trevor Nelson, Michael Giacchino and more

Emma Bunton, Trevor Nelson and Michael Giacchino will each star in the Royal Albert Hall’s Christmas season, alongside jazz legends, the London Community Gospel Choir and Birmingham Royal Ballet. Emma Bunton brings her Christmas party to the Hall with famous friends in tow – Emma has sold over 85 million records as a member of the all-conquering Spice Girls, the most successful […]

September 10

3. Lunch at Lime Wood and Q&A with Angela Hartnett MBE

Join us for a Question and Answer session with Angela Hartnett MBE and a three-course lunch at Lime Wood Hotel. Angela Hartnett, MBE, is one of the UK’s most loved chefs and restaurateurs, known for her sophisticated yet simple, Italy-inspired cooking. Born in Britain, her passion for good, honest food and the best ingredients was […]

September 10

2. Visit the ABBA Exhibition at the O2 this December (Opening 6th December)

Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid (“Frida”) Lyngstad. This new and immersive experience charts their music, lyrics, creative process and influence as one of the most iconic pop bands of the modern age. ABBA burst onto the UK music scene with a dazzling win on 6th April 1974 at the Eurovision Song Contest, […]

September 10

1. Go to a Soho Live Jazz week event (Wednesday 11th to Saturday 14th September)

Soho’s iconic performance venues are coming together to present the capital’s first Soho.Live Jazz Week. Over 15 venues will showcase more than 200 jazz artists across 45 ticketed shows. Highlights Wednesday 11 September Ashley Henry, L’Escargot, Greek St. 9:30pm As one of the UK’s leading jazz & beats performers brings his live show to soho for […]

September 07

The Transition To University Can Be Tough! (Here’s How To Make It That Little Bit Easier)

The day you leave home for uni can be one that is shot through with all sorts of emotions. Excitement, anxiety, hopefulness, doubt. In fact, no matter who you are and what life experience you gained up until this point, moving away to university can be a challenge. Of course, with a little forethought and […]

August 30

3. Bryn Williams at Somerset House launches Bottomless Brunch for September

This September, Bryn Williams at Somerset House is serving a tipsy twist to its popular brunch menu by launching a limited-edition bottomless offer. Guests will have the option to order an hour’s worth of unlimited prosecco or bespoke Bloody Marys, made with their choice of spirits including Welsh Brecon Five Vodka, Welsh Brecon gin and […]

August 30

2. Book tickets for Brixton’s largest Oktoberfest

Brixton’s largest Oktoberfest named South London Oktoberfest and taking place at Electric Brixton on 28th Sept and 19th Oct has just been launched. Electric Brixton for the first time will be transformed in to an all singing, all dancing bavarian beer hall complete with long wooden tables and bunting, fit for a decadent bohemian party. […]

August 30

1. See a show at The New Victoria Theatre in Woking this September

The Glenn Miller Orchestra – Sunday 8 September, 3pm Jimmy Carr – Terribly Funny – Tuesday 10 September, 8pm Jane McDonald – Wednesday 11 September, 7.30pm Michael – The Magic of Michael Jackson – Thursday 12 September, 7.30pm Hello Again – The Story of Neil Diamond – Saturday 14 September, 7.30pm The Carpenters Story – […]

August 24

1. Go to the Hampton Court Food festival this Bank Holiday weekend

Join us for a summer celebration of food and drink in the iconic East Front Gardens at Hampton Court Palace. The Kitchen Join us in the Kitchen for live cooking demonstrations from top chefs and experts including Michel Roux Jr, Nadiya Hussain and Rhiannon Lambert. View the timetable and book your seat at the Food […]

August 23

5. Have a Peruvian Carnival at COYA Mayfair this August Bank Holiday

On Sunday 25th August, COYA Mayfair are putting a Peruvian Carnival spin on their brunch with cocktails, canapés and a party to rival Notting Hill Carnival. Taking the same form as their sellout weekend brunch, the outstanding bottomless three-hour affair will see guests sip on pisco sours and frozen mojitos whilst tucking into their favourite […]

August 23

4. Have dinner powered by people’s conversation Friday 20th September, Spitalfields

Mexican food brand, Old El Paso is on a mission to get people talking on National Fajita Friday! Old El Paso is opening a pop up restaurant in which the diners’ conversation, chat and laughter will generate small amounts of measurable electricity that, once channelled through converters, will actually power certain elements of the restaurant […]

August 23

3. Join a foraging fortnight event (31st August – 15th September)

Foraging Fortnight is a celebration of Scotland’s natural environment and wild food with a series of events taking place across Fife, Moray, Lanarkshire, Orkney and the Forth Valley and Lomond areas. This brand new festival brings together over a hundred events across five diverse regions of Scotland: from the rolling hills of Lanarkshire, the golden […]

August 23

2. Book to see The Queen Of Roses at The London Cabaret Club

A Contemporary Cabaret Celebrating Britain’s Great Female Monarchs In An Immersive Entertainment And Dining Experience September 2019 marks the launch of The London Cabaret Club’s new season show ‘Queen Of Roses’ – an immersive cabaret experience, featuring an evening of live performance and exquisite dining with a quintessentially British theme. Queen Of Roses will take […]

August 23

1. Dine at one one four Teddington

One One Four is a neighbourhood restaurant located in the heart of Teddington High Street. City meets country. In all the good ways. An easy mix of innovation and international cuisine with openness and rootsy warmth. It’s a natural extension of who we are – part city slicker, part bumpkin, with a vision that is […]

August 06

A virtual shooting range in London, Southport and a tropical soft play in Bolton

Go to Mac&Wild this August to eat grouse and shoot. They are offering a free one hour shooting session in their virtual range and bar. If you think you’re game enough, head to Mac & Wild this season. Eat lobster at Wright Brothers. For just £20, guests can enjoy a whole native lobster, grilled with […]

August 04

80’s legend Joe Longthorne are amongst today’s 5 things as well as Tim Ferris and the importance of a strong morning routine

Eccles cakes may not jump out at you when you are thinking to have something with your morning coffee or afternoon tea however the M&S Handcrafted ones are beautiful and well worth a try. 12 minutes in the oven. The entertainer Joe Longthorne passed away yesterday and although he may have been forgotten by many […]

August 03

Have you tried Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for running? Also 5 minute Journalling in today’s five

Here are today’s selection. Enjoy a Lasagna and Birra Morreti at Averna Italian restaurant in Molesey. This restaurant sits nicely in a town that could do with more good quality classic restaurants. Use Jeff Galloway’s run walk method for a quick jog in your local area. If you are daunted by running or have an […]

August 02

Today’s selection include navigation using Waze, the best place to have Fish and Chips in Weymouth and a clever rule to beat procrastination – 2nd August 2019

Use Waze to choose the best route for your journey. Press the routes button and Waze will calculate alternative ones for you to select. This way you can choose the best one. For instance if a b road route only shaves off a couple of minutes you might as well take an A road. Enjoy […]

July 25

 Three Hobbies You Can Turn Into A Career

Deciding to change your career path later in life can be a hard and daunting experience. Being unhappy in your current position, whatever that may be, can be damaging to both your physical and mental health. However, how do you know what job will be best for you? It would help if you found something […]

July 22

Rushden Lakes – Two Day Festival Extravaganza – 27th & 28th July

Rushden Lakes, is hosting a two-day festival extravaganza on the weekend of the 27th and 28th July, in celebration of our second birthday. The two-day festival will not only celebrate this milestone but will revel in all we have to offer. Perfect for a day out with the family Rushden Lakes will be beautifully decorated […]

July 19

Watch the CATS movie trailer – This Christmas you will, believe #CatsMovie

July 19

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp’s New Spa Offers the Ultimate Okavango Wellness Retreat in Botswana

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, located in the north-western Okavango Delta, has rejuvenated its health and wellness offering through its new spa, creating the ideal sanctuary to unwind and thoroughly disconnect. “Visiting Jao is therapy in itself, given its tranquil wilderness location in the heart of this World Heritage Site. However, a treatment in our new […]

July 17

Getting Your Head Around Different Taxes In The UK

Whether you’re a UK native or are thinking of moving, trying to figure out the different taxes that you must pay is quite a minefield. Tax contributions are required by law, and its essential you can understand what and why you are giving up a portion of your income to a source you cannot really […]

July 17

Visit Elba: Magnetic Opera Festival 2019 – Opera and ballet set within the islands’ historical mines

Until the 22 July, the Magnetic Opera Festival will entertain opera and ballet enthusiasts as well as tourists visiting Elba Island, the beautiful Italian island off the coast of Tuscany. This year marks the 5th edition of the festival that brings together opera and ballet performances, most of which will be set within the dreamy […]

July 17

The Top 6 Reasons Why You Should Play Sports

Image Credit: Pixabay Playing sports has so many benefits so if you don’t play one already then it might be time to take one up, it’s never too late. Life, like sports, never gets easier, you just get better at it. You learn a lot from it, and it’s great for kids and adults and […]

July 15

External Factors That Affect Business Finances

There are many ways that your business can be affected by things that you have no control over. External factors that influence your business usually can’t be stopped, but you can still be prepared for them. If you’re aware of some of the most important factors that can have an influence on your business, you […]

July 15

Book to see London’s leading pop-opera girl group, Ida brings you their mesmerising show for one night only. 26th July at Live at Zedel, Soho, London

These four stunning sopranos bring you a collection of stand out musical theatre favourites, chart-topping hits and reworked operatic arias. From Phantom of the Opera to Carmen, Ed Sheeran to Adele, and The Greatest Showman to Bohemian Rhapsody, be prepared to be spellbound as the girls bring you stunning vocals with classical-crossover, never-before-heard renditions of […]

July 15

4 21st Century Health Trends Coming Your Way

There are many health and wellness benefits that we can receive as technology and knowledge continue to advance in the 21st century. In fact, much of the health sector is set to be transformed over the next few years. A topic you can read all about in the post below. Video doctors One of the […]

July 15

Top Cybersecurity Roles

A job in cybersecurity is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to ensure they have plenty of opportunities in the future. The job market for cybersecurity is growing, with a variety of different roles available to explore. If you’re interested in working in the field, take a look at these examples. Security Consultant Security […]

July 10

5. Somerset House welcomes a taste of Spain with San Miguel summer terrace

Somerset House is embracing the summer sun with the launch of a terrace in partnership with San Miguel, located on the banks of the River Thames. In a prime position on the Victoria Embankment, Somerset House Terrace serves a selection of chilled San Miguel beers and a menu of Spanish-inspired snacks until the end of […]

July 10

4. Book tickets for the Red Bull Dance Your Style Final – London Sunday 14th July

The dance tournament will see 16 of the best dancers across the UK will face off to be crowned the champion and represent the UK at the World Final in Paris! Red Bull Dance Your Style is a one-on-one street dance competition where dancers of all styles battle to unexpected tracks of all genres. Each […]

July 10

3. Celebrate Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden

Get your fill of Wimbledon at Frenchie Covent Garden with Gregory Marchand’s beautifully themed Wimbledon dessert; Strawberry & Almond Tartlet with Basil Ice Cream. Not only is it colour coordinated, Greg has taken inspiration from the tournaments infamous Strawberries and Cream. Frenchie Covent Garden, 16 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8QH

July 10

2. Book tickets for Nashville Meets London at Canary Wharf 27th July

Boasting a stellar line-up, London’s largest free country music festival is perfect for families, country aficionados and even those tapping a toe to the genre for the very first time. Taking place on July 27th, US artists include superstars Lauren Alaina and Sarah Darling, while the UK’s home-grown talents include Robert Vincent, who won the […]

July 10

1. Get ready for National Orgasm Day with Ama. Hit That Spot 31st July

Women across London are invited to take their orgasm to the next level this National Orgasm Day (31st July) with AM:Appointment, the bestie to their sexy. Launched by Nadia “orgasm whisper” Deen from Oval, South London, ladies are invited to Hit that Spot at Sh! Womens store in the heart of Shoreditch, to join a […]

July 04

Managing the transition between self employment and employment: 3 tips to make it easier

Sometimes, the time comes when you need to leave your self-employment behind for whatever reason, and head back to work for someone else. This may be in an office, a shop, or you may even become one of the women in construction! When you make this leap, it can be difficult to adjust – there […]

June 19

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool #Liverpool #Travel

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool A vibrant northern city full of culture and heritage, and a popular student destination with multiple open campuses close to the city centre, Liverpool has a healthy atmosphere at night, with a variety of different bars and clubs depending on what you’re looking for. Here are five […]

June 17

Book to see Franco-American singer Arielle Dombasle at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill, London – 25th June #London #Music

Dombasle is a muse to many and the wife of renowned French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy. She is best known for her roles in movies by Nouvelle Vague director Eric Rohmer, Tess by Roman Polanski and in the TV series Miami Vice. She has previously collaborated with Dita Von Teese at legendary Parisian cabaret Le Crazy […]

June 17

Take your toddler to Wellington Country Park #Travel #Reading

June 17

Enjoy street food from Greenwich Market #Greenwich #London #Travel

June 17

Watch the bright red time ball at Royal Greenwich Observatory drop at 1pm – a tradition since 1833 #London #Travel

June 17

Developing Your Event Hall Space

Pexels Running an event hall is one of the most versatile things you could care for. But if you find yourself in control of this, no matter if it’s for theatre, live performance, religious practice, a community gathering, or simply a blank slate to rent to people as you see fit – it’s important to […]

June 11

Do You Know Enough About Your Local History?

History can be a fascinating thing. When we look into the past, we can learn more about the events that have shaped our present and will continue to shape our future. While you might learn about world history in high school, it’s rare that you’ll get the opportunity to delve into the history of where […]

May 22

5 Reasons to Plan Your Own Funeral

https://pixabay.com/photos/cementerio-flor-cemetery-death-948048/ Our own death isn’t something that any of us like to think about. If we do give it any thought at all, it’s in a very distant and vague way. But, unfortunately, death is one of the few parts of life that we can’t avoid. It’s coming for us all, sooner or later, and […]

May 21

5 things to do at Quaglino’s in London’s Mayfair #London #Mayfair

Quaglino’s is one of London’s hot spots, with a gorgeous island bar and a menu designed by Executive Head Chef Nuno Goncalves, it’s not one to be missed. The menu boasts a range of European classics with a hint of Middle Eastern spicing, whilst also using the highest quality British ingredients. 5 reasons you have […]

May 13

5 gin brands you need to know #London #Gin #SecretGinGarden

Charlotte Elizabeth discovers the UK’s hottest gin brands. I’ll begin with a confession; I’ve never loved gin. But some quick internet research taught me that gin is one of the broadest categories of spirits, featuring various flavour profiles, styles and origins. So attending the Speakeasy Series Secret Gin Garden event, I figured I must be […]

May 12

5 London Eateries to Try on a Budget #London

London is one of the most beautifully diverse cities in the UK. And with a population of over 8 million, there are lots of mouths to feed! Because of this merge of cultures, tastes and sheer mass of people, there are so many delicious places to eat. So many so that it would take one […]

May 09

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London #London #Fulhambeach

Five reasons to ditch the seaside road trip and head to London’s very own beach. The weather may be a little crazy right now, leaving us sceptical about packing our swimming cosies and venturing to the nearest seaside destination for a little paddle in the water and some fish and chips on the pebbles. But, […]

May 06

5 things to pack when you can’t take a suitcase

We’ve all been there. While late night Insta-scrolling, some influencer travel shots catch your eye. The destination looks beautiful; the right mix of laid-back and stylish, the food seems delicious, and the streets clean and uncrowded. You’ve always heard good things about [insert European city name here], maybe it’s time to look into a trip. […]

May 06

5 Reasons Why All Businesses Should Go Green

A lot of businesses are making more of an effort to go green. If you’re running a business of your own, you might wonder why, and what benefit it is to you. You’ll have to make a lot of changes in the business to make it greener and some of those things are going to […]