Culture

One of the reasons why I started my website many moons ago was an opportunity to interview incredibly talented people many of who, for a variety of reasons, don’t get to be in a spotlight, yet have an amazing affinity … Read more

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Ever since I was a child reading was one of my favourite pastimes. It started with my parents & on occasion my aunt reading to me, alongside the most magnificently imaginative stories my paternal grandfather made up for me every … Read more

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We all have favourite authors and books, but often we don’t dig deeper in order to find out the story of the author or the way that a certain novel came about, particularly so, when it is a known classic. … Read more

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Cru Kafe

With wellness gurus and bloggers focussing on green juices, avocados and teas, coffee isn’t often written about and I thought I would correct that with a post about a fairly new brand on the market, started by two guys and … Read more

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Ellis Faas is one of the most unusual make-up artists I have met in person and the products that she creates continue to intrigue, even when you have been using them for a while. But there is much more to … Read more

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For most of us make-up is part of our every day life but pause and consider it as an art form for a moment, the way many make-up artist approach it. There is so much inspiration behind it, so many … Read more

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My years of going to music festivals are long gone and to be honest I don’t miss them, even though I still love the music, probably even more so now than I did then. However, there are many of you … Read more

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If you are yet not familiar with the work of British artist Jessica Zoob I urge you to find the time and visit Loughran gallery where her latest exhibition ‘Playtime’ opened this week. Jessica’s new paintings celebrate ‘exuberance, unexpectedness and … Read more

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I am a huge fan of Donmar Warehouse because after every play I see there, I leave feeling elated by the mysterious beauty of theatre and the team behind the play. This theatre allows me to view familiar actors in … Read more

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There is a saying that a truly talented person has multiple talents and that certainly rings true when it comes to Mikhail Baryshnikov. He is a renowned ballet dancer ( he trained at Vaganova School in Leningrad & entered the … Read more

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