Category Archives: 5 Things To Do Today

February 19

5. Book tickets for the RAW WINE fair, The Strand, London – 10th&11th March #London #Wine  #rawwineLDN #Travel

This year’s RAW WINE fair will be celebrating the importance of sustainability by bringing together natural, organic and biodynamic wine producers who are all about minimal intervention in the vineyard and cellar. Promoting biodiversity and respecting life above ground and in the soil ensures vines are able to absorb key nutrients and increases the quality […]

February 19

4. Buy a bottle of Cadello from Honest Grapes #Cadello #Drinks #Liqueur #HonestGrapes

Cadello will blow your mind. Its creation was inspired by what the Venetian nobles would have served at their masked balls during the peak of the Venetian Empire. It’s made from eight quailty ingredients from Italy and from places along the Old Silk Route. It is produced by a 150 year-old, family owned distillery in […]

February 19

3. Drop into the Royal Opera House for free music or dance #London #Music #Dance #RoyalOperaHouse #Travel #inspiration

Each week, Live at Lunch at the Royal Opera House offers Londoners free culture, with the chance to enjoy music or dance in our newly renovated event spaces. The performances are all drop-in, last 45 minutes and take place on Fridays or Sundays in either the Paul Hamlyn Hall or Linbury Foyer. Live at Lunch, […]

February 19

2. Join a Cocktail Masterclasses at K West Hotel #London #Hotel #Cocktails #Travel #kwesthotel #Westfield

Take your party hosting skills to the next level and become the cocktail connoisseur you’ve always wanted to be with K West Hotel’s Cocktail Masterclass. Led by the expertise of the mixologists at Studio Bar, the 1.5 hour masterclass includes a guide on how to perfect the art of the Strawberry Daiquiri or Lavender Lychee […]

February 19

1. Buy wallpaper with a motivational quote from Wallsauce #design #homes #decorating #lifestyle

To bring positive vibes into 2019, Wallsauce has curated a collection of motivational quotes wallpapers. Made to your dimensions, these wonderfully bright wallpaper murals are the perfect addition to bring a hint of determination to any home office, bedroom or living room. From inspiring quotes that will get your day off to a great start […]

February 14

New Chef Executive Helena Puolakka – Skylon #London #Restaurants

Executive Chef Helena Puolakka will be launching a brand-new menu featuring modern British dishes to riverside restaurant, Skylon from 25th February. As well as the new menu, Skylon has refreshed their interiors to bring a more open and contemporary feel to the restaurant following Puolakka’s arrival in September 2018. Puolakka’s new menu will serve the restaurant […]

February 14

London’s best destinations for pre-theatre dinner #London #Theatre #Travel

Margot Margot is situated in the heart of Covent Garden, surrounded by theatres at easy walking distance. The restaurant is a true celebration of seamless service, refined interiors and the authentic food of Italy, all offered alongside an extensive international wine list. The pre and post theatre menu is available from Monday to Saturday from 17.30- 18.30 and […]

February 04

Make Valentine’s Day a sensory feast #London #Valentinesday2019

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Bunga’s Big Phat Roman Wedding This Valentine’s weekend, everyone is invited to celebrate the wedding of the year at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, at Bunga’s Big Phat Roman Wedding. From Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th February Don Silvio himself invites guests on a trip to Ancient Rome, as Bunga Bunga hosts an […]

February 04

Celebrity runners join Team Barnardo’s for London Marathon training day #London #londonmarathon

Olympians Daley Thompson CBE and Snowy Brooks joined Barnardo’s Vice President Baroness Floella Benjamin and more than 20 runners for a training session preparing them for the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon.  The event at Battersea Park’s Millennium Arena, was held by Barnardo’s to thank participating runners for their support, offer fundraising advice and give […]

February 04

Go on the St George Arts Trail (9th and 10th February) #Bristol

Our 2nd Arts Trail gives you the chance to adventure around the beautiful St George Park and surrounding streets for a weekend of local arts, inspiration and community. The Theme for this year’s Trail is RECYCLING we are encouraging artists and visitors to think about our use of plastic, littering and sustainable living. FOLLOW THE […]

January 31

Ms Paolini’s Phantasmagoria Cabaret at Hoxton Hall #London #Cabaret #Entertainment #HoxtonHall

Ms Paolini’s Phantasmagoria Cabaret is an unashamed celebration of theatre and comedy, which examines the issue of flitting between the real and inauthentic self. Questions are asked of the id, the ego and the super-ego. Such as ‘Being wrong is right?’, ‘Being racist is wrong’ and ‘Urinating in the street is wrong, no?’… Patrizia Paolini and […]

January 31

Treat Your Loved One To Kennington Tandoori This Valentine’s Day #London

Whether going out or staying in this Valentine’s Day, Kennington Tandoori, the popular South London Indian restaurant have every eventuality covered on the most romantic night of the year. For one day only, the KT are offering both a delicious dine in Valentine’s set menu or the ultimate Valentine’s delivery package to be enjoyed at home, cuddled up with a loved one. For those looking […]

January 25

Dine at Le Petit Nantais, Bridge Road, Hampton Court Village #HamptonCourt #London #Surrey

January 25

Take your toddler to the London Transport museum – Pay once and use your ticket for one year #London #Travel

London Transport Museum is situated in the heart of Covent Garden and filled with stunning exhibits; the Museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800. Historic vehicles, world-famous posters and the very best objects from the Museum’s extraordinary collection are brought together to tell the story […]

January 24

Ellie Goulding Wakes Up Davos to Climate Change #climatechange #celebrity

Location: Arctic Basecamp, Davos, Switzerland Temperature: 8 degrees Fahrenheit/minus 13 degrees Celsius Global music star, UN Environment Global Goodwill Ambassador and WWF Ambassador, Ellie Goulding woke up the World Economic Forum at Davos to climate change this morning. Delivering much needed coffee into reusable rCUPS for a team of world-leading climate scientists who had camped […]

January 24

Junior Doctor programme launches at BODY WORLDS – the best science lesson in London #London #Education #Travel

BODY WORLDS London today launches its exciting Junior Doctors programme, designed to educate, entertain and inspire children aged 8-12 as they learn all about the human body and how best to look after it. Kicking off this half term in the legendary BODY WORLDS London, which features real bodies and body parts donated and preserved […]

January 24

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in style at Wright Brothers #London #Travel #Restaurants

Wright Brothers, the seafood experts are offering the ultimate romantic Valentine’s celebration in their picturesque Battersea restaurant on Thursday 14th February. Partnering with the legendary house of Piper-Heidsieck, Wright Brothers will offer a special oyster masterclass & Champagne tasting for couples. Guests will enjoy a selection of natural, dressed and cooked oysters served alongside a […]

January 14

International, smash-hit musical Ghost – The Musical is coming to the New Victoria Theatre from Tuesday 5 – Saturday 9 February #GhostTheMusical @Ghostontour

Walking back to their apartment late one night a tragic encounter sees Sam murdered and his beloved girlfriend Molly alone, in despair and utterly lost. But with the help of a phoney storefront psychic Sam, trapped between this world and the next, tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving her from grave […]

January 14

Dine at Leicester Square Kitchen – Mexican and Peruvian Small Plates #London #Travel #Restaurants

As seen on BBC One’s Celebrity MasterChef, Leicester Square Kitchen embraces the art of shared dining in the heart of London’s most iconic square, offering relaxed luxury in a sophisticated yet unassuming setting. Our kitchen showcases an exquisite selection of contemporary Mexican and Peruvian small plates, complemented with the finest wines and our signature cocktails. […]

January 12

5 Things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril #Travel #Jamaica #Honeymoon

Nestled in charming Negril, Couples Swept Away offers everything you need to unwind; from yoga lessons to watersport activities to fine dining at gourmet restaurants. However, you may choose to venture outside Couples Swept Away to explore more of Jamaica. Here are 5 things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril to ensure you make the most […]

January 12

5 great things to do in Heidelberg with kids #Travel #Germany

This is a guest post by Jane Welton, about a summer family trip to Heidelberg, Germany. Jane is a freelance writer and translator who lives in Surrey with her husband and 12 year-old daughter. Jane has spent a lot of time in other European countries and is bringing her daughter up speaking French and German as […]

December 12

5 GREAT THINGS TO DO WITH THE KIDS IN BRIDLINGTON #Travel #Bridlington #Yorkshire

We love the seaside and for the last few years we have spent Easter and October half term on the Yorkshire coast – there are some great things to do with the kids in Bridlington. My grandma had a static holiday caravan in a nearby village and it became our safe haven – the kids […]

December 06

5 Things to do in the Week Between Christmas and New Year

The week between Christmas and new years day is bliss. All of the stress and chaos of planning the festivities is over, and with the big day done and dusted, you have some time to relax and have fun. There’s plenty of food in the cupboards, new gadgets and gifts to play with and if […]

December 04

5 things to do in Chesterfield this Weekend #Travel #Chesterfield

5 Ideas for the Weekend Plan your Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Chesterfield with our 5 ideas for the weekend! 1. Christmas Tree Festival at St Thomas Church – Friday 7th – Sunday 9th December The local community is coming together again for the annual Christmas Tree Festival at St Thomas Church. Groups, schools and […]

December 04

5 Things to Do in Cambridge this Christmas #Travel #Cambridge

There really is no better place to enjoy the festive season than historical Cambridge. Spending time in our beautiful city at this time of year evokes a sense of stepping back in time to savour the traditions and customs that make Cambridge so uniquely magical. Read More

November 30

5 things to do – Friday 30th November 2018 #London #Cornwall #Travel #Christmas #NYE

  Private Fly, private jet company is offering an exclusive discount price of £877 per person to fly by private jet this ski season. Compared to the price of an economy ticket of £627, for an extra £250 this is a once in a lifetime offer to fly by private jet on holiday! Prices are […]

November 28

5 things to do – Wednesday 28th November 2018 #London #Travel #Lifestyle

Here are today’s 5 things. Everything from floating restaurants on the River Thames to a Family package at Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park from Taj 51. Try out Flatmates’ Festive Feasts at The Little Blue Door this Christmas, perfect for celebrating with family, friends and of course flatmates. Celebrating in seasonal style guests can tuck in […]

November 26

5 things to do – Monday 26th November 2018 #London #Inspiration #Woking #Theatre #Ballet

Here are today’s selection. If you work near Covent Garden the enjoy a takeaway lunch from Little Kolkata, an authentic Calcuttan restaurant. Offering a great alternative to everyone’s usual quick lunchtime haunts, Little Kolkata delivers great value for money on both flavour and convenience. Dine at Yen Burger in London’s Borough Market. From young female […]

November 19

Ideas For A Basement Conversion

Image Credit Do you have a basement in your house that’s just sitting there and not getting used? If so, then looking into a conversion is not only a fun way to create a brand new room and space in your home, but if you ever come to sell the property, then having an extra […]

November 19

5 Things To Know If You Want To Become An Architect

Do you want to become an architect? If so, read on to discover five things you should know… Competition is fierce In the UK, it is estimated that there are more than 2,800 chartered architect practices registered with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) – https://www.architecture.com/. Most of these firms are small in size, […]

November 17

5 Ways To Raise Quick Cash For Christmas

Quick cash this Christmas? You don’t say! Image via Pexels. The festive season definitely rolls around quickly, and with just six weeks to go until the day itself, it’s time to start getting organised, if you haven’t already. A lot of people risk going into debt during the Christmas period, as they haven’t been able […]

November 15

5 things to do – Thursday 15th November 2018 #EltonJohnLewis #London #Manchester #CraigCharles #Macmillancancersupport

How about a meal at The Dorchester Grill or to see Craig Charles in Manchester. Here are today’s 5 things. Watch the new John Lewis Christmas advert. The jury is slowly coming in. Enjoy fish and chips or maybe cheese souffle at the Dorchester Grill. Having recently enjoyed a third makeover in the long and […]

November 14

5 things to do – Wednesday 14th November 2018 #London #Travel #Christmas #Covent Garden

Here are today’s 5 things selection. Things from new film releases to Hot Gin and Tonics.  See award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens. As part of the launch of the Mayor of London’s Winter Homelessness Fundraising Campaign, award-winning theatre company Cardboard Citizens will perform Rising by Femi Keeling in the Council Chamber of London’s City Hall […]

November 13

5 things to do – Tuesday November 13th 2018 #London #Dance #Cruise #Travel #Luxury

Here are today’s selection. A varied range from supper clubs to luxury sports tour cruises. Settle in for the night at the Winter Chalet at Madison Restaurant St Pauls, London. This winter, our rooftop terrace will transform into an alpine-inspired winter wonderland when we open the doors to the Chalet at Madison. Take a seat […]

November 12

Go to The Macmillan Ball at The Dorchester Hotel on Wednesday 28 November 2018 #London #Macmillan #macmillancancersupport

SPECTACULAR MACMILLAN BALL SET TO RAISE THOUSANDS FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH CANCER Building on the incredible success of The Winter Gala, Macmillan Cancer Support and the event committee will be returning in 2018 for The Macmillan Ball. Join us this November for another unforgettable evening of thrilling entertainment, delicious food and exciting fundraising. On arrival […]

November 12

A Macmillan Christmas at St John’s Smith Square #Macmillan #charity #macmillancancersupport

When:             Friday 7th December, 7pm (doors open from 6.30pm) Where:            St John’s, Smith Square, Westminster (SW1P 3HA) Who:               Readings from Dame Diana Rigg and Celia Imrie Macmillan Cancer Support invites you to the 31st Christmas Carol Concert, on Friday 7 December. For the first time in its history the event will be held at St John’s, Smith […]

November 12

5 things to do – Monday 12 November 2018 #travel #megaemotion #Active10 #RoyalOperaHouse #Woking

Here are today’s selection. They range from developing a walking habit for your health and well being to finding a cheap flight without any effort. Find a cheap flight with Jack’s Flight Club. This site monitors the flight market for real bargains. They scour online airfare systems to bring you the best discounts, hidden offers […]

November 11

Keep Things Spotless: 5 Simple House Cleaning Everyone Should Know About

Keep Things Spotless: 5 Simple House Cleaning Everyone Should Know About Do you want to keep your home clean but can never have enough time or energy? Here are 5 simple house cleaning tips everyone should know about. Are you struggling to keep your home neat and clean? If so, you’re not alone. Many of […]

November 11

5 things to do do – Sunday 11th November 2018 #Lifestyle #Money #London #Jobs #Blinklist

Here are today’s selection. Everything from reading non fiction books quickly to having quick access to the perfect job. There is even advice on how to save money easily. Upload your CV onto Indeed. It takes seconds to upload, you can modify it anytime on any device and you will have access to thousands of […]

November 10

Saturday November 10th #London #Lifestyle #Theatre #themousetrap #AgathaChristie

Here are today’s selection. Everything from a touring version of Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap to rescuing unwanted food. Take a walk around Pen Ponds in Richmond Park. This is a perfect place to take your toddler for a walk. Park near the cafe and if it has been raining there are plenty of muddy puddles to […]

November 08

5 MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR STUDENTS LEARNING TO DRIVE

5 MONEY SAVING TIPS FOR STUDENTS LEARNING TO DRIVE For a lot of us, being a student means being broke, so if you intend to try and pass your driving test while studying, you are going to need to make every penny count. Although taking driving lessons while you’re studying may sound like an unnecessary […]

November 05

Go to Lapland by Private Jet with PrivateFly #travel #Lapland #Christmas

THE ULTIMATE FESTIVE LAPLAND ADVENTURE, BY PRIVATE JET  •       Once-in-a-lifetime private jet itinerary from PrivateFly and Blue Marble Private Travel includes a private audience with Father Christmas and his reindeer, a husky sleigh ride and a snowmobile safari. •       What’s more, it’s not too late to put on your Christmas list! […]

November 04

5 reasons you should check out The Auction Collective’s Paper, Scissors, Stone exhibition and auction in #Mayfair this week #London #Art

One It’s all about affordable art  Paper, Scissors, Stone is an exhibition and auction of 38 high-quality works on paper, textiles and sculpture from a selection of emerging and under-represented artists, celebrating the different mediums and each artist’s individual creative process. Starting prices are between £80 and £3500. Two Experience the fun of a live public auction The […]

October 27

5 Relaxing Things to Do in India #travel #India

India is a country of splendor. It is alive and real. When you think of India, you may think that it’s chaotic and challenging. There is actually an abundance of opportunities to just relax and be at peace with your surroundings. It’s easy to get out of the big cities and find your bliss. All […]

October 26

5 Things to do after arriving in Australia #Travel #Australia

Moving into a new country is difficult, especially to a country like Australia where you know little about the country and its people. Don’t worry, here are 5 important things to do after you get to Australia. Buy sim cards You will have a lot to do in your first few days, and many phone […]

October 25

How to Start a Catering Business in 5 Seriously Simple Steps

If you’re looking to get into the catering industry, you might be wondering how to start a catering business. Wonder no longer! Here’s a simple guide! Are your friends always asking you to bake their wedding cakes? Are you the first person your family asks to cook holiday meals? Is your spouse constantly telling you […]

October 25

Top Five Things to Do in Knightsbridge and South Kensington #London #Knightsbridge

1. Shopping – Knightsbridge is one of London’s most famous shopping districts, its a top spot for tourists and home residents for luxury shopping. Harrods covers 4.5 acres of Knightsbridge with 330 departments over seven floors, from groceries to clothing to home goods. Harvey Nichols first opened in Knightsbridge in 1831, it has led the […]

October 25

MY 5 THINGS TO DO IN AMSTERDAM! (THE PLAN) #Travel #Amsterdam

1.) Anne Frank House It was pretty obvious that this would be top of the list isn’t it? When you think Amsterdam you think of Anne Frank and the diaries she wrote from that little house. For us this is an absolute must. I have a fascination with history and I can’t wait to see […]

October 24

5 Best Things to Do in Akihabara #Japan #Travel #Tokyo

There are some very massive, multistory figure shops in the center of Akiharaba. It’s very hard to miss some of these shops because they are massive and just right outside the train station. There is a very good chance that you will find your favorite anime character. Some shops, you can literally go through 5 […]

October 24

Spend Halloween in Covent Garden and see Europe’s biggest pumpkin #London #Halloween

To celebrate Halloween, Covent Garden will transform into London’s spookiest district and play host to the Europe’s biggest pumpkin. For two weeks only, visitors can enjoy Halloween eats and treats, while Covent Garden’s Beauty Quarter will become the ultimate destination to get a Halloween makeover. To mark the scary season, London’s largest pumpkin will take […]

October 24

5 Things to Do When You Have Too Many Ideas and Never Finish Anything.

What do you do when you’re overwhelmed with too many ideas? Do you abandon them, or do you finish what you start? Juggling multiple ideas and goals — to write, exercise, read more, wake up early and so on — is a tough gig that often begins with excitement, but ends with procrastination, and failure to finish any one […]

October 23

Enjoy a bottomless brunch at CLAW, Soho #London #brunch #seafood #Soho

Having successfully slung crab rolls and seafood small plates for the past year, CLAW is stepping up its seafood game. For the first time EVER, their team will be bringing a Bottomless Brunch to its casual seafood joint on Kingly St. Classic brunch dishes – naturally with some seafood twists – will be made from […]

October 23

5 things to do in Sorrento, Italy #Travel #Italy #Sorrento

IT’S A SMALL TOWN OVERLOOKING THE BAY OF NAPLES. I PERSONALLY HAVE TRAVELLED AND SEEN QUITE A LOT OF ITALY AND EVERY LOCATION IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE. IN THIS POST, WE WILL BE HIGHLIGHTING THE KEY THINGS TO DO DURING YOUR VISIT. 1. Sorrento Town Sorrento town is stunning. Every little street and lane […]

October 23

Five things to do to unwind at Zone Conference 2018 in Leeds! #Leeds #NUS #Student

Zone Conference 2018 starts tomorrow and by now we hope you are en route to Leeds. Don’t forget todownload the guidebook app for everything Zone Conference 2018. For those of you who don’t know Leeds, here are some great activities you can get involved in during your stay. The Leeds Welcome Art Trail For first […]

October 22

Culture Devotee Must 5 Things to Do in Koh Samui to Feel Like a Local #Travel #Thailand

its cultural activities. Whenever you are at Koh Samui; you must take participate in the cultural activities; you will feel like a local citizen of the beautiful islands. Here we have listed top 5 things to do in Koh Samui if you are a culture buff and would love to explore history and tradition. Visit […]

October 22

5 Things to do on a Sea Day #Travel #Cruises

1. Try a New Hobby There is an abundance of new and exciting activity options onboard cruise ships today. Classes can cover everything from learning Spanish and astrological presentations in a planetarium, to the Japanese art of Origami and culinary knife skills. As well as classes there are all the onboard features to consider. You […]

October 17

5 reasons to take a Love London Running Tour and sightsee the fit way! #London #Travel #Running #Health

Love London Running Tours  Fancy combining sightseeing and getting a run in?  Love London Running Tours have been offering sightrunning tours around the capital since Spring 2015.  Here are five great reasons to do a tour with them! Run across the iconic Tower Bridge! Arguably London’s most famous sight, the majestic Tower Bridge is a must-see for […]

October 15

5 things to do when you see Des O’Connor & Jimmy Tarbuck Live on Stage #theatre #showbusiness

On Friday night 5 things to do today were lucky enough to see Des O’Connor & Jimmy Tarbuck Live on Stage at The New Victoria Theatre in Woking. Here are 5 things to do we found ourselves doing at the show. Book yourself a ticket One Ask Jimmy questions about his many years in showbusiness […]

October 12

5 Things Playwrights can do to Improve Their Writing By Geoffrey Williams

Play texts are strange things because they are difficult to read if they work well on stage. This is because so much of what’s in your head as the playwright doesn’t easily jump from page to imagination; it’s not designed to. What you have to remember when you’re writing a play is that the purpose […]

October 10

5 Ways To Practice Mindfulness Today

Practicing mindfulness every day has untold benefits on the health and happiness of the people who practice it! Most people aren’t mindful, and we’re all a little guilty of not being mindful from time to time. We’re all so focused on some other point in the future, trying to plan and control the outcomes of […]

October 02

5. KYM’s by Andrew Wong #London #restaurants #AnrewWong

KYM’s is a new restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Andrew Wong, focusing on the craft of Chinese roasting and nostalgic flavours. The restaurant has the ability to seat 120 guests over two floors. Address: 22 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR, UK Website: www.kymsrestaurant.com 

October 02

4. Museum of Londoners with Lily Cole and Rohan Silva #London

Entrepreneur and actress Lily Cole will be talking to Rohan Silva about London life, the importance of ‘belonging’ and the changing face of our city. The event is hosted in collaboration with the Museum of London, celebrating the second issue of Impossible to Print. Address: Museum of London, London Wall, London, UK Website: www.museumoflondon.org.uk 

October 02

3. Philippe Parreno Exhibition at Pilar Corrias #London #Art

Philippe Parreno creates artworks that question the boundaries between reality and fiction, exploring the nebulous realm in which the real and the imagined blur and combine. Invitation only. Address: Pilar Corrias, Eastcastle Street, London, UK Website: www.pilarcorrias.com 

October 02

1. Shania Twain at the #O2 #shaniatwain

Popular country star, Shania Twain, performs at the O2 with songs from her new album ‘NOW’. Address: The O2, London, United Kingdom Nearest tube: Chalk Farm (0.1 miles) Website: www.livenation.co.uk 

October 02

2. The Dead Rabbit Taproom Takeover #London #Bethnalgreen

Bethnal Green’s The Sun Tavern will welcome Manhattan’s The Dead Rabbit with the arrival of the NYC Taproom to London. The Dead Rabbit Taproom Takeover will take place as part of London Cocktail Week (1st – 7th October), and sees the World’s Best Bar winners serve up three new cocktails, showcasing The Dead Rabbit Irish Whiskey. Address: 441 Bethnal […]

October 01

2. Sophie Ellis-Bextor at Southbank Centre #music #London #Southbank

Southbank Centre welcomes a host of iconic names and eclectic new talent to its historic music venues, including the newly refurbished Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room for a month-long gig, such as disco diva Sophie Ellis-Bextor as she performs her hits backed by a full live orchestra for the first time. The dancefloor-filling pop […]

October 01

1. Meet Gary Barlow at Waterstones #London #Music #booksigning #GaryBarlow #Mayfair

Gary Barlow will be at Waterstones to sign copies of his book A Better Me, a memoir from his life that covers him battling with stress and depression, to staging one of the most thrilling professional comebacks in years. Address: 203-206 Piccadilly, London W1J 9HD, UK Website: www.waterstones.com 

September 30

5. Chakra’s North Indian Supperclub #vegan #kensington #chakra #supperclub

Chakra in Kensington are host an upcoming North Indian Vegan Supperclub with a menu courtesy of Chef Saurav Nath – formerly at Michelin-Starred Benares and Gymkhana. The menu will feature dishes inclusive of pumpkin soup infused with mustard, Tandoori grilled Globe artichoke and Awadhi Biryani. Address: Chakra Indian Restaurant Kensington, 33C, Holland St, Kensington, London W8 4LX, UK […]

September 30

4. Paloma Faith Joins Future Dreams’ Variety Show #Soho #London #palomafaith #futuredreams

2018 marks Future Dreams’s tenth anniversary and to celebrate the charity is holding a variety show filled with performers at the iconic London Palladium. Paloma Faith joins the lineup of stars, including Spice Girl Melanie C, La Voix, the casts of Dream Girls, Chicago, and Mamma Mia, and many other performances. A Decade of Dreams’ […]

September 30

2. Upstart Crow Festival #London#Music #Spitalfields

Festival that celebrates and promotes the art of the singer-songwriter, challenging and engaging the audience as listeners and participants, not just consumers. Address: Spitalfields, Quaker Street, London, United Kingdom Nearest tube: Liverpool Street (0.5 miles) Website: www.upstartcrowfestival.com 

September 30

3. Cheese Street Is Returning, Islington Farmers Market #farmersmarket #London #Islington

It’s a free event celebrating all things cheese, with artisan cheese makers attending, cheese based street food, local beer, ice cream, our cheese angels, butter making and competitions to win yet more cheese. Address: 77-78 Chapel Market, London N1 9EX, UK Website: www.lfm.org.uk 

September 30

1. Dapper Gentlemen Raise Money for Men’s Health #London #Health

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride raises funds and awareness of men’s mental health and prostate cancer. Taking to the streets of London, as well as 40 locations across the UK and 650 cities worldwide, men and women have the opportunity to dress in their finest attire and rider their vintage and classic styled motorcycles. Address: Surrey Quays […]

September 28

5. Raindance Film Festival #London #Film #raindancefilmfestival #independentfilm

September 28

4. More Boys! Boys! Boys! #London #Coventgarden #art #photography

The Little Black Gallery and Padde8 present More Boys! Boys! Boys! An exhibition and sale of photographs curated by Ghislain Pascal of The Little Black Gallery, featuring works by AdeY, Tom Bianchi, Lulu Delafalaise, Thibault Gaëtan Dubroca, Levi Foster, Stephane Gizard, Greg Gorman and many more. There will also be a book BOYS! BOYS! BOYS!, with a foreword by David Furnish, with all profits […]

September 28

3. Waterstones Book Signing: Moeen Ali #London #Cricket #Reading #Autobiography

English international cricketer Moeen Ali will be signing copies of his highly anticipated autobiography, Moeen. The book traces Moeen’sjourney from backyard cricket to the county game and his first-class debut as a teenager, through to his international debut and for the first time, Moeen tells his side of the story of his upbringing in Sparkhill, Birmingham. Address: 1-3 Whittington Ave, […]

September 28

2. Rooftop Film Club: September Screening #cinema #London #Peckham

London’s favourite open-air cinema has announced its last rooftop screenings of the season, and has put on an extra special programme to excite and entertain visitors at Peckham, Shoreditch, and Stratford – From cult classics like Casablanca, 10 Things I Hate About You, and Dirty Dancing, to superhero movies like Deadpool 2, The Incredibles, and Black […]

September 28

1. The Telegraph Bath Children’s Literature Festival 2018 #Bath #Reading #literature

September 25

5 Things to do in Crete with Kids

A couple of weeks ago I wrote all about our amazing holiday to Crete with Villa Plus. I wanted however to write a little bit more about some of the fun things we got up to as I thought it might help if you are planning to go to Crete either with or without children. We knew Crete […]

September 25

5 things strong families make time to do every day #life #families #lifestyle

The perfect family is a myth. In fact, every family experiences stress-provoking changes time and time again. But, some families are better able to cope with tough times—science defines these as “strong families.” Several studies have found that strong families share similar characteristics.Here are five things strong families make time for every day. 1. Spend time together Families that […]

September 24

5 things to do at the Royal High School Bath #Bath #Education #GDST

5 things to do at the Royal High School Bath One Always wanted to find out what life is like in a real-life Hogwarts? If your daughter is interested in boarding, you can book a sleepover at the Royal High School in Bath which was very nearly the location for the fictional Hogwarts itself! Not […]

September 22

5 things to do in and around Leighton Buzzard #Travel #LeightonBuzzard

Here is our guide to some of the events taking place in and around Leighton Buzzard this week. 1 THEATRE War Horse, Milton Keynes Theatre, September 19-October 6 One of the most acclaimed theatre shows of the century so far has galloped in to Milton Keynes Theatre. War Horse has been seen by more than […]

September 22

Bonding as a flat: Our top 5 things to do together #University #Student #accomodation

Sharing a flat with three, five or even seven strangers can feel a bit scary, not knowing how the rest of the year will pan out. Spending some time with your flatmates, chatting, or having a brew together would be a good start. But becoming best mates with them doesn’t happen overnight. Here’s my flat’s […]

September 22

5 things to do with kids on the Pembrokeshire Coast in Wales #Wales #Pembrokeshire

Shaped by the sea, the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast offers a host of family fun both in and out of the water. Here are five things your kids will love doing in one of the most beautiful corners of the UK. 1: Explore Britain’s smallest city There’s not a lot to Saint Davids. It is the […]

September 22

5 THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS IN NORFOLK #Travel #Norfolk

If you’re looking for a staycation but want a huge spectrum of different scenery, towns and coastline then a holiday in Norfolk should be top of your wishlist. With a National Park, picturesque waterways, stunning beaches and historic market towns, there really is something for the whole family. But what to see and do first […]

September 22

5 things to do in Anglesey with kids #Travel #Anglesey #Wales

I have always loved Wales and, over the years, we have enjoyed some amazing holidays down there. We’ve done North Wales, South Wales, and more recently we stayed in Anglesey where I completely and utterly fell in love with the place. Not only is it incredibly beautiful but there is so much to do there […]

September 20

5 Things to do when you Introduce Online Bookings with Table Wow – A restaurant booking experience that matches the dining experience

So you have always used the phone for bookings but you took the leap and signed up to introduce online bookings. So now what? As part of your signup with Table Wow, you will have received an email with all your account details and links to your Profile page URL Diary App Account Management App […]

September 20

5 Really Hard Things That Successful People Do #Success #Education #Business

We spend a lot of time talking about easy things we can do to make our lives better and our careers take off. There are easy things to do, but the reality is, being at the top of your game doesn’t come easily for almost anything. Sometimes, there are hard things you need to do […]

September 20

5 Things to Do Daily to Keep Your Heart Healthy #Health

You know that exercise and a good diet can keep your heart healthy. But what else can you do to keep your ticker going strong? Here are five key things you need to do every day to help your heart work most efficiently. Incorporate these habits into your lifestyle and your heart health will be […]

September 20

5 things to do in Dubai #Travel #Dubai

Where on the planet can you kitesurf in warm ocean waters, experience impalas in a desert safari and ski on blanketed slopes…all in one city? It must be Dubai, the audaciously driven city where nothing appears to be inconceivable. Certainly, Dubai’s known the world over for its shopping centers, blinged-out bars and eateries, and noteworthy […]

September 17

Woking’s ready to feel the Spirit of the Dance

Woking’s ready to feel the Spirit of the Dance Book Now The International smash hit Spirit of the Dance is one of the most successful dance shows ever and it’s now coming to Woking’s New Victoria Theatre this Saturday (22 Sep). Seen by more than thirty million people in twenty countries around the world Spirit […]

September 16

Fame the Musical comes to the New Victoria Theatre, Woking next month (Mon 1 – Sat 6 Oct), with a star-studded cast of Keith Jack, Mica Paris, and Jorgie Porter #Theatre #Woking

The definitive 30th-anniversary tour of Fame The Musical starring Keith Jack (Any Dream Will Do, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat), Mica Paris (Love Me Tender, Chicago, Mama I Want To Sing) and Jorgie Porter (Hollyoaks, Dancing On Ice). Based on the 1980 phenomenal pop culture film, Fame The Musical is the international smash hit sensation following the lives of students at New York’s High School For The Performing […]

September 14

5 Ways Technology Has Changed Business

https://images.pexels.com/photos/356056/pexels-photo-356056.jpeg?auto=compress&cs=tinysrgb&h=350 There is no denying that technology has had a massive impact on the way that we run our businesses. Technology has paved the way for us to operate more efficiently, providing a better service to our customers and enabling us to do more in a shorter space of time. And the good news is […]

September 13

5 Things To Do at Beautython 2018 #London #CoventGarden #Beauty

1. The Future of Beauty Panel Discussion To kick off the start of Beautython 2018, Covent Garden is pairing up with Glamour Magazine to launch an exclusive panel discussion, the Future of Beauty, at The Shop at Bluebird on Thursday 13th September. Join the likes of Glamour Magazine’s Chief Content OfficerDeborah Joseph, Glamour Magazine’s Beauty […]

September 12

5 THINGS TO DO IN CURACAO #Travel #Caribbean

Curaçao is an island located in the Caribbean just outside of the hurricane belt, which makes it a great spot to visit year round. Situated just over 30 miles from the shore of Venezuela, this Dutch-influenced island provides an interesting mix of cultures. Our favorite aspect of the island, however, is the abundance of exciting […]

September 12

5 things to do when you’re having a bad mental health day #Health #Mentalhealth

This week, postnatal depression and anxiety support charity PANDAS Foundation are running an awareness week – #PNDA18. The theme of the week is Hope, stories and support will be shared all week to provide hope to all the mums struggling with their mental health that a happy life is something they can have again. I have written […]

September 11

5 things to do at Manchester Grammar School #Manchester #HMC #Education

Thank you to Manchester Grammar School for these 5 One Learn how to write a medical school application and perfect the interview. Interview practice has begun! Two Spend time in the third-year undergraduate labs at The University of Manchester making Holograms with the Schools Holography Group. Three Curate your own exhibition. A Year 13 artist […]

September 10

5 Things to do in Worthing #Travel #Worthing #WestSussex

A beautiful seaside town situated in West Sussex, it’s easy to forget how blessed we are to be based in Worthing. Having served the local homeowners of the area for well over 10 years using our windows, doors, and conservatories, we’re lucky enough to travel to many of its sites and landscapes. During this time, […]

September 09

Top 5 Things To Do in Slovenia For A Solo Traveller #Travel #Slovenia

From it’s quaint, small city charm, to its endless miles of lush green terrain, complete with magnificent waterfalls and scenic hiking trails, Slovenia is a solid choice for those wishing for an action-packed, adrenaline-fulled getaway. Yet its humble approach to tourism and wanderlust leaves it flying under the radar for many – me included. Struggling […]

September 06

Things You Need To Remember When Running A Business From Home

Running a business from home gives you the freedom to be able to tend to all of your other commitments in life too like children, housework, and even friends and family members that may need you around. However, even though you’ve got that little bit more freedom, you are still running a business, and it’s […]

September 05

5 Reasons Why More People Are Choosing Renting Over Buying

More and more people are choosing to rent over buying, and homeowners are flabbergasted. ‘Why would they rent?!’ they cry, pale-knuckles clenching their mortgage agreements, ‘it’s simply throwing money down the drain!’. This is a common misconception about renting. Can you really consider something that is putting a roof over your head ‘money down the […]

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