FAME on-stage at The Regent Theatre

“You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying in sweat.” These words, or similar, have been uttered to budding …
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Spring outfit of the day: teal jumpsuit

When, in the same week, I found out I got a new job, handed in my notice at my old job, got paid and was …
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An interview with Staffordshire indie band Camp Stag

After an accidental three year hiatus, Stoke-on-Trent’s Camp Stag are back with a bang and a whole lot of promise. They made their return …
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War Horse at The Regent Theatre

Michael Morpurgo was my favourite childhood author, from Kensuke’s Kingdom to The Butterfly Lion. Nothing ever quite touched my heart like War Horse, though. …
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FAME on-stage at The Regent Theatre

FAME on-stage at The Regent Theatre

“You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying in sweat.” These words, or similar, have been uttered to budding performers since 1980, when the Alan Parker film first hit…

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FAME on-stage at The Regent Theatre

“You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying in sweat.” These words, or similar, have been uttered to budding performers since 1980, when the Alan Parker film first hit…

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Spring outfit of the day: teal jumpsuit

Spring outfit of the day: teal jumpsuit

When, in the same week, I found out I got a new job, handed in my notice at my old job, got paid and was invited to London to be on a panel of Journalists;…

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Spring outfit of the day: teal jumpsuit
An interview with Staffordshire indie band Camp Stag

An interview with Staffordshire indie band Camp Stag

After an accidental three year hiatus, Stoke-on-Trent’s Camp Stag are back with a bang and a whole lot of promise. They made their return on Thursday 21 March at Artisan Tap with a bigger line-up,…

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An interview with Staffordshire indie band Camp Stag

After an accidental three year hiatus, Stoke-on-Trent’s Camp Stag are back with a bang and a whole lot of promise. They made their return on Thursday 21 March at Artisan Tap with a bigger line-up,…

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War Horse at The Regent Theatre

War Horse at The Regent Theatre

Michael Morpurgo was my favourite childhood author, from Kensuke’s Kingdom to The Butterfly Lion. Nothing ever quite touched my heart like War Horse, though. When the beautifully written book was adapted into an equally stunning…

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War Horse at The Regent Theatre

Michael Morpurgo was my favourite childhood author, from Kensuke’s Kingdom to The Butterfly Lion. Nothing ever quite touched my heart like War Horse, though. When the beautifully written book was adapted into an equally stunning…

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Treating Mum to a Manchester Adventure

Treating Mum to a Manchester Adventure

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and whilst I have go Mrs Hinch’s new book on Amazon pre-order, it won’t be here in time for Sunday (soz, Mum).To make up for the fact she won’t be…

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Treating Mum to a Manchester Adventure

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and whilst I have go Mrs Hinch’s new book on Amazon pre-order, it won’t be here in time for Sunday (soz, Mum).To make up for the fact she won’t be…

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My huge cruelty-free The Body Shop haul

My huge cruelty-free The Body Shop haul

The Body Shop is possibly one of the most exciting beauty brands out there. They offer a huge range of bath and body products, alongside skincare, makeup, home-spa products and fragrance. It’s a one-stop-pamper-shop for…

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My huge cruelty-free The Body Shop haul

The Body Shop is possibly one of the most exciting beauty brands out there. They offer a huge range of bath and body products, alongside skincare, makeup, home-spa products and fragrance. It’s a one-stop-pamper-shop for…

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