Category Archives: 5 Things To Do Today

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 […]

April 09

EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN LEGS WITH EXTRA DATES ADDED IN RESPONSE TO DEMAND FOR TICKETS ANNOUNCED FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2022

1. Following becoming the first international comedian to perform in New Zealand and Australia since the global lockdown and a sold-out and critically-acclaimed UK arena run in Autumn 2019,  Russell Howard is set to perform his second UK leg of world tour including 5 Hammersmith Apollo and 7 hometown venue Bristol Hippodrome shows from 22nd June to the […]

April 09

Lou Pinet Introduces Remodelage by Martine de Richeville at the Tata Harper Spa

1. Maisons Pariente’s, Hotel Lou Pinet is exclusively positioned away from the hustle and bustle of Saint-Tropez, where guests are encouraged to wind down. Days can be spent lounging around the emerald swimming pool – the largest in Saint-Tropez, visiting the nearby beaches or winding down at the Tata Harper Spa.  2. The lush Mediterranean gardens include a […]

April 09

Wandsworth Gymfinity Kids Gymnastics, Ninja and Nursery is back on Monday!

With children’s leisure facilities allowed to re-open across the country next week, Gymfinity Kids is delighted to announce that it will be reopening its Wandsworth Gymnastics & Ninja club on Monday! Within a 11,000 sq. ft state-of-the art facility, Gymfinity Kids’ structured Gymnastics and Ninja Knights classes are led by fully qualified coaches who specialise […]

March 20

5 Things You Need to Know About Flying Private vs. Flying First Class

There has been a growing diversity of choice for air travelers over the past few years. Whether you’re looking to fly on a budget or in the lap of luxury, there are several options available to you. For jet-setters, business travelers, and basically anybody who prefers comfort and convenience, it often comes down to two […]

March 20

Singer-songwriter Freya Beer shares her 5 things to do today with us

Drink at least 5 or more cups of tea! I find that starting the day off with a caffeinated drink always helps whilst working on music or doing some daily writing. My go to tea at the moment is M&S everyday tea, but sometimes I like to mix it up with Dorset tea.  I always […]

March 13

Cathren Costantino from Oxfordshire band Saving Cathren shares her 5 things

For me, it’s all about taking control over my body’s own internal chemistry, So start your day with FRESH fruit! Why do you ask? Because the sugar inside fruit, called fructose,  does NOT need insulin to carry it into the cells so a couple of juicy fresh fruits in the morning and within 20 minutes […]

March 09


5 Experiences for Non-Skiers to Enjoy in the Italian Alps

Courmayeur Mont Blanc, situated on the Italian side of Mont Blanc, is a traditional yet sophisticated resort surrounded by spectacular scenery and full of history and charm. Renowned for its warm Italian welcome and fabulous winter sports scene, the resort is ideal for families, friends, skiers, and non-skiers looking to spend time outside in the […]

March 07

5 things about this years Rewind Festival

1. Welcome return of World’d biggest 80s festival! REWIND North 6-8th August and Rewind South 20-22 August 2021.  2. Saturday nights will close with Jimmy Sommerville’s Big Band Tastic Boogie. Sunday night headlined by legendary Wet Wet Wet, making their Rewind debut.  3. Other performances will include: Marc Almond, Bananarama, Billy Ocean, Hue & Cry, […]

March 05

Inspirational Women in the World of Travel, Rebecca Masri shares 5 things with us

Rebecca Masri is the Founder of Little Emperors, the Private Members Hotel Club offering affordable luxury across the globe. It is Rebecca’s knowledge of purchase power, learnt from her career at Goldmans Sachs, which enables Little Emperors to guarantee the lowest rates at the best hotels with the most benefits. With an incredible portfolio of over 5,000 […]

March 05

Inspirational Women in the World of Travel, Kimberly Cohen shares her 5 things

Kimberly Cohen is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Maisons Pariente, a boutique luxury hotel collection in France. Not allowing Covid-19 to get in the way, Maisons Pariente has big plans for the future, including a new hotel opening in Paris in 2022. Along with her father and sister, Kimberley has made it her mission to provide hotels that feel like […]

March 04

5 things to do at The MarBella Collection, Greece

The MarBella Collection, a group of three five-star luxury hotels situated in Greece, is delighted to unveil new and exclusive experiences for 2021. The brand’s third property, MarBella Elix, is opening its doors for the first time this April, in the Parga region of mainland Greece as the collection’s first hotel outside the island of […]

March 04

5 things to do at Sani Resort, Greece

1. Head to Bousoulas Beach – one of Sani Resort’s seven beaches, Bousoulas offers four miles of pine-fringed sands with crystal clear, shallow water; making it ideal for those travelling with younger children.  2. Try out the brand-new brand new Bear Grylls Survival Academy for a unique chance to learn Bear Grylls’ extreme survival techniques. Activities include […]

March 03

5 things about sustainable business directory Bluepatch

1. We’re a business directory focusing on showcasing sustainable brands and service providers from the UK and Ireland. Our work allows people to discover and connect with businesses that are doing good things – it keeps money within local communities as well as cuts carbon miles. 2. We are also a social enterprise. All of our […]

February 02

Greed, Gusto Drinks, Jazz at The Agile Rabbit Brixton, bullet journaling, and Playing Nancy from Groundhog Day

Here are today’s selection Watch Greed starring Steve Coogan. Greed is a 2019 satirical film written and directed by Michael Winterbottom. The film stars Steve Coogan, David Mitchell, Asa Butterfield, Dinita Gohil, Sophie Cookson, Jonny Sweet, Asim Chaudhry, Shirley Henderson, and Isla Fisher. The film centres around Sir Richard McCreadie, played by Coogan, a billionaire […]

January 29

Retro Watches, Miracle membership, LCD writing tablets, sheet music downloads, and portable DAB radios

Here are today’s 5 things 1. Buy a basic Casio watch and enjoy the simplicity of this great little watch. If you want a distraction-free sleep then this retro watch is perfect for a simple alarm, clock, and stopwatch. For running and HIIT training it’s also perfect. Step back from technology and see how you […]

January 15

5 things to do today at Sherborne Preparatory School

Founded in 1858, Sherborne Prep is traditional yet presents a global outlook. A vibrant co-educational experience for pupils aged 3-13 who seize the myriad of opportunities available to them to move onto notable senior schools including the nearby Sherborne schools with whom Sherborne Prep has strong relationships. Superb sport, music, creative arts accompany academic stretch. […]

June 12

Identify bird song in your garden with birdnet

June 12

Lose weight by counting bites not calories

June 12

Have a go at this optical illusion from the Institute of Physics

June 04

Top 5 Tips for Scoring a 9 in GCSE Physics

May 25

5 things to know about Oakhouse Foods ready meal delivery service

One Oakhouse foods is a frozen meal delivery service that brings excellent quality ready prepared meals to your front door. Two There is a large range of foods to choose from smaller mini meals to full roast dinners. Some groceries can also be purchased such as milk, butter and bread. You can even buy a […]

May 21

5 Things You Can Do For Charity This Month

One of the problems with today’s modern world is that many people lead such busy lives that they seldom spare a thought for those less fortunate than them. It’s no secret that people sometimes fall on hard times. But, most of those individuals feel like there’s no ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ when […]

May 18

5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

    Lifestyle News -Even though the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has been postponed an entire year, here is your chance for an early start at getting in the mood for the world’s biggest sports event.. Read more Source: 5 things to do today: Relive best Olympic moments, play group games

May 18

5 Things to Do At Home During the Lockdown

If you’re thinking YouTube or Netflix, that’s not quite what this blog is about. Here are 5 actual things that you can do to enrich yourself during the lockdown! 1. Learn online, get certified. What’s something you’ve been meaning to learn, but never got to? Perhaps it’s learning Photoshop or coding. Well, this is the […]

May 18

5 Things To Do When Your Travel Life Has Stopped by blogger Daniel Pienaar

If you are a person working in the travel industry, your day to day life changes quite drastically when worldwide travel comes to a grinding halt. If you’re someone like me who travels for work very frequently, your life gets turned upside down. Here are 5 things to do when constant travel has stopped. Cook […]

May 18

5 things to do today by ‘Bag full of Rocks’ blogger Vaiva Lilionyte

It’s Sunday, we’re still in lockdown (at least here in Scotland) and not surprisingly, it’s raining. In the past, this would mean a complete nightmare for me, but during these last few weeks, I really learned to slow down and enjoy the little things. I am sharing my 5 things to do today and I […]

May 16

5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More #Travel #Slovakia #CentralEurope 

Thinking of visiting central Europe and wondering about the things to do in Slovakia? We’ve got all the best Slovakia things to do in this guide! See the link below Source: 5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More

May 16

5 Things To Do In Versailles After You’ve Seen The Palace – TravelAwaits #France #Paris #Travel

At the top of the must-see list of Paris attractions is the Palace of Versailles. Just 30 minutes from Paris, the royal Palace of Versailles is the ultimate in French decadence from a past era with 700 rooms, over 2,000 acres of magnificent gardens and parkland, the Petite Trianon, the mini-palace getaway created for Marie […]

May 16

5 Things to Do with Old Glasses

If you’ve just had an eye test and your prescription has changed, you’re probably wondering what to do with your old pair of glasses. We’ve compiled a list of 5 things to do with your old glasses. Getting a new prescription means getting new glasses for most of us. Throwing your old glasses in the […]

May 16

5 things you should do before driving again after lockdown

The coronavirus outbreak has left many of us with no need to drive Check your tyres prior to setting off on a long or significant journey. Check your tyre pressures are suitable for the load and the condition of your tyres, including the spare, and look out for any cuts or wear. Make sure your […]

May 16

Top 5 Things to Do When You Can’t Travel

A lot of us are stuck at home right now, and if you’re anything like me, you might be dreaming of your next holiday. Maybe you’ve even had to cancel travel plans this summer and you’re feeling pretty bummed out. For some people, current events are taking a hit on their mental health because of […]

May 15

5 things to do today from third year trainee teacher Alison Newton

We are very grateful to Alison Newton for these 5 things. I am currently in my third year of teacher training at the University of Worcester. I am near the end of my primary initial teacher training which is the undergraduate route. I am sharing with you my five things to do today. 1 – […]

May 14

Tea Scientist Dr Tim Bond tells us about his 5 things to do today

Dr Tim Bond, a tea scientist from the Tea Advisory Panel, http://www.teaadvisorypanel.com   Drink a cup of tea. Who doesn’t love a cup of tea? Take 5 minutes to sit down with a cup of tea and just be. I like to call it a hug in a mug! But more than just enjoying the taste, a […]

May 12

10 or More founder Debbie Robinson shares her 5 things to do today

1. Daydream!The last year has been such a blur setting up and running my business, I’ve barely had time to sit down, let alone think. Lockdown – although a hugely challenging time for so many of us – has got me daydreaming again. I have spent a lot of this “pause” time planning my next […]

May 05

5 things not to do today by Dr Emma Kell

There is an awful lot to feel anxious about just now; from bereavement to worry about vulnerable relatives to household niggles and frustrations, there’s so much to challenge us, so It’s not surprising that many people are struggling. Anxiety is a pernicious thing and can pervade many elements of our lives without our permission. Here […]

May 04

Mindfulness | True and the Rainbow Kingdom on Tiny Pop!

In April, Tiny Pop began airing True and the Rainbow Kingdom, a hit cartoon executively produced by world-renowned artist Pharrell Williams and created by Guru Studio, the animation team behind the global phenomenon PAW Patrol.

April 29

How to sell your property during lockdown with Virtual Viewings – 30% off for all new customers who sign up for a 360 video before 15th May, 2020!

How to sell your property during lockdown Quarantine has been great for some sectors – such as food delivery companies, the arts and crafts industry, and alcohol companies – but it’s also been disastrous for other sectors. The restaurant trade, small businesses and the travel sectors have suffered, as has the property industry. This is […]

April 27

Breakout Film Star of Netflix’s Upcoming Gothic Thriller Jason Collett shares his 5 things to today

If you answered any of these questions with anything resembling a hoarse inaudible grunt, then read on! I’m Jason Collett, and I’m here to recommend 5 things for you to do today during quarantine!  1. first off: SLEEP IN!  Hey, its quarantine. Theres no judgement here. You never know when you’ll get the chance again. Besides, you’ve […]

April 24

Commonwealth Champion and Professional Boxer Stacey Copeland shares her 5 things to do today with us

One Exercise – Obviously as a professional boxer I need to train for my sport, however staying active in general is essential for my wellbeing. Even on the days where I feel most tired or stressed, once I workout I feel better! Whether it’s training for a fight and pushing myself to my limits, or […]

April 22

Kingston Councillor Dr Sharon Young shares her 5 things to do today

Ok, so you may have decluttered your living space, used up the old paint and DIY remnants, blasted every suitable surface with the jetwasher, spruced up the garden, tried a range of online fitness ideas and even sorted out your knicker drawer, BUT what about the following, all of which will make it easier for […]

April 19

Dr Larisa Corda shares her 5 things to do during lockdown and as a keyworker

As a frontliner on the NHS during this pandemic, I get very little time off to relax but when I do, it’s really important for me to recharge and replenish physically and mentally. So, with that in mind, here are my top 5 go to remedies: 1. I love spending time in nature. I’m fortunate […]

April 17

Belinda Bradley: 5 ways to make a difference in the world #google #BelindaBradley #TedxKingston

Every day we make 35,000 choices. Most are insignificant, yet some are bigger choices needing bigger consideration. They may have heavier consequences. They could have many outcomes. These are the ones that leave you feeling out of your depth. Sound familiar? In 2017, I made such a choice. And it changed my life – and […]

April 15

5 ways to be kind today by Debbie Deegan – Founder of children’s charity ‘To Children With Love’

If I was to offer advice on kindness, we all are more powerful than we think, we can all achieve far more than we realize…small gestures really can change lives…in my case one simple gesture, without me realizing, a kiss, caused ripples that went on to change many, many young lives.Here are some things I […]

April 15

Zach Weckstein, producer of the soon to be released movie ‘The Host’ shares his 5 things to do today

1. I like starting my day returning calls and reaching out and networking with new people in all industries. Also, enjoy staying in touch with my rolodex of filmmakers. I find it’s a great way to come up with new ideas. Good conversations with both people in and outside of the film industry can bring out new ideas and it’s […]

April 14

5 Things You Need To Know When Online Dating by Fern Lulham

They say that “love is blind” but after spending many years as a blind young woman in the pursuit of love, my eyes have been opened to some important lessons. So, let me shed some light for you on 5 things you need to know when online dating! You will learn more about yourself than […]

April 11

Five Things to Unleash Your Creativity Today by Joanna Aird

Lockdown can mean we’re all in a bit of a hamster wheel with the same routines and repetitive chores. Add to that the fear, and you find yourself facing a creative block. Good news, that needn’t be the case. As an artist and special needs assistant I spend a large proportion of my day with […]

April 11

5 free, fun and easy things your child can do from home (that require very little help from you)!

So I started this with the title 5 things you can do for your child this Easter and realised that the one thing many parents are seeking, is the opportunity for some peace and time away from supporting home-learning. So instead, here are 5 ideas that should keep your little ones (and not so little […]

April 08

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel and 4 other things to do

Here are today’s selection One Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel Follow the link and set a reminder to be notified when it goes live for 24 hours only:  Two Watch Now, Visit Later:  Social Distance with the Derry Girls – Prepare […]

April 07

Tune into Russell Howard’s new show ‘Home Time’ and 4 other things to do

Here are today’s selection. Send a postcard to a loved one using the Touchnote app. Do you remember the feeling of receiving a postcard from someone on holiday? Touch note is a brilliant app which allows you to take a picture from your phone, add it to a post card which is then sent to […]

March 20

5 things to do today – Have you ever tried Yoga with Adriene #5thingstodotoday

In the worlds current situation now is the perfect time to suggest inspirational and creative things to do when life is not quite as free as it was. 5 things to do today might be able to help with this. Here are 5 suggestions Start a small habit such as every time you flush the […]

February 24

5 things to do today around London Bridge Station

The London Bridge area is right on the southern bank of the Thames, between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. Despite its ever-busy train station, it’s more than just a commuter hub; it encompasses Borough Market, City Hall, the HMS Belfast, and Potter’s Field, and the many nearby theatres and museums ensure there are always plenty […]

February 14

Spend Valentine’s night at The Parrot at The Waldorf, London

The stylish hangout, The Parrot at The Waldorf, has launched two delicious cocktails for the perfect valentine’s date for two. The Pink Coupette created by The Parrot’s Bar Manager, Massimiliano Terrile contains both a measure of Roku Gin and of Kakuzo vodka and is served with the tantalising raspberry foam. A second cocktail a Charcoal […]

January 17

Have a light-themed cocktail at The Ivy in The Park, Canary Wharf

Celebrate Canary Wharf’s Winter Lights festival at The Ivy in The Park.  From Thursday, 16th to Saturday, 25th January you will be able to enjoy a duo of limited-edition, light-themed cocktails. Including the Lumier, a refreshing mix of St Germain Elderflower Liquor, Beefeater Gin, Green Chartreuse, lime juice, and a dash of orange bitters, and the Ultraviolet […]

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 […]

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 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 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

Do you have an event in London happening next week that you would like to be listed here #London #Event

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 […]