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  • A Geordie in Paris…

    After wandering around in a beautiful circle (where I got lost and ended up back at my apartment – brilliant), I decided to give the metro a go.Being accustomed to the London underground, and having downloaded the Paris Metro app prior…

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    A Little London Date – Where Should We Go?

    So, you both swiped right and managed to find someone a bit great. That’s great news! Now you need to make some actual date plans to meet in the real world. I got you…

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    Life Hacks & Apps – Start Downloading!

    Today, I’m sharing with you just a few life-hack apps that you should already have on your phone. I’m that friend who’s always saying “You have this app, right?” Let’s face it – phones can do everything these days… and…

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    Fifty Shades of Green: Our 5-Day Juice Cleanse

    If you’ve watched ‘Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead’, you’ll have a clue as to why we decided to do a five day juice cleanse. If not, then do read on, and add that documentary to your watch list. After months…

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    Christmas Gifts on a Budget

    Whether you’re the type of person crossing the days off on the calendar until December, or the person who denies Christmas is coming until the week before, at some point you have to face the (ever-growing) list of people you…

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    Being Skint In London And Other Stories

    London is one of the most exciting places to live. So many people move from far and wide to experience the London life – there’s so much to do and there’s always something new to discover. It may be cool…

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    Broadway Review: Anastasia at the Broadhurst Theatre

    The music from the band pit swelled, as we were introduced to the Romanov family and the Grand Duchess Anastasia… and it was probably the most magical moment in any musical ever. (I’m so biased on this one because that…

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    Review: Twelfth Night, National Theatre

    After Director Simon Godwin gave a disclaimer, by way of a pre-show speech to the first audience of the National Theatre’s Twelfth Night, the full house collectively braced themselves for a dress rehearsal. This however, was not the case. The…

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    Review: The End of Longing, Playhouse Theatre

    The adrenaline-fuelled crowd hushed as the house lights dimmed and a centre-stage spotlight revealed Matthew Perry (Friends) in the world premiere of The End of Longing at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Jack – the alcoholic (Matthew Perry), Stephanie – the…

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    Happy New Year!

    It’s that time again – we count down the seconds to the beginning of another new year! We celebrate with friends and family and wish everyone the best for what lies ahead. A new year is a fresh start –…

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    Review: Cinderella at The Richmond Theatre

    With a flash, bang and cloud of smoke, the legendary Hayley Mills (1961 Parent Trap, Pollyanna) appeared onstage at The Richmond Theatre in her pantomime debut. Mills, aged 69, was regal and elegant as Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother. With superb comic…

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