August, 2019

Film Review: Mrs Lowry & Son

Good folk of a certain age, or current Celtic supporters will be aware of a one-hit wonder (it got to No1 in the UK charts in 1978) track of the above title by a musical duo called Brian and Michael.

Win: Long Shot – out on DVD from 9th Sept

An all-star cast feature in the hilarious rom-com which sees sparks fly between comedy superstar Seth Rogen (Knocked Up, This Is the End) and Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron (Monster, Mad Max).

Travel: The Wildlife in Iceland

The Icelandic horse, Atlantic puffin, Arctic fox, migrating whales and wild reindeer are just a few examples of the plentiful wildlife found in Iceland. My name is Ryan Connolly, a glacier guide in Iceland, and co-founder of Hidden Iceland.

Food: Sabor – London

Welcome to Sabor, one of London’s must do dining experiences. Sabor – which is Spanish for flavour – sets the bar high with its name and no-one leaves feeling disappointed.

Film Review: Pain & Glory

Hindsight may not be such the rewarding thing we once believed according to the gloriously beautiful (is there any other kind?) new Pedro Almodóvar directed movie ‘Pain & Glory’ (2019)

Weird and wonderful bars in Brighton

If you fancy a change of scenery from the usual London haunts then it’s never been easier to take a train from East Croydon to Brighton and find yourself in the UK’s quirkiest and friendliest city

How fashion and beauty tackles waste

Fashion changes quickly, but as an unintended side effect, much of it is ending up on landfills. Over 300,000 tonnes of clothing end up on the landfill every year in the UK, and that’s not including all the accessories and make-up products that contribute to a great outfit.