Yearly Round-Up, My Favourite Adventures of 2018

In the words of John Lennon, “another year over, and a new one just begun”. 2018 was a whirlwind of a year, I visited an island I had barely even heard of the year before, joined the English Heritage, and the National Trust, and finally got to visit my friend at home in Warsaw after a year of promising. With all of that ticked off my list I’m up and rearing to go for the year ahead but it is only proper that I should do a round up of my very favourite things I got up to in the last year. Read on for my top adventures of 2018. … More Yearly Round-Up, My Favourite Adventures of 2018

Exploring Goodrich Castle – Skirting the Welsh Border

Another weekend, another day trip. This weekend took us in and out of the Welsh border with a quick hop over for an hour or so later on in the day. Completely hidden from view from the road, we were beginning to doubt whether there really was a castle here at all. Where was the imposing fortress the guide book has promised us. Showing our cards we wandered up the bank and as we turned the corner, we suddenly realised what all of the fuss was about. … More Exploring Goodrich Castle – Skirting the Welsh Border

Why Your English Heritage Membership Book Should Never End the Year the Way the Way it Started

Having become members of English heritage last year (and setting ourselves a challenge), our guidebook went with us EVERYWHERE. From sitting on a car park overlooking Hadrian’s Wall thinking ‘where next?’ to stopping off at a Midlands tea room for the day’s inspiration. Being particularly precious about books there is nothing better than a crisp edition and that new-book smell. But this is no ordinary book. … More Why Your English Heritage Membership Book Should Never End the Year the Way the Way it Started

In Search of Christmas: Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland and the Sky Garden

Wander the tree-lined pathways of London’s Hyde Park this winter and you will be greeted by a mass of sparkling lights and the smell of the world’s food, all come together to celebrate on a mammoth scale. Full of oversized Christmas trees, Bavarian beer tents and all of the weird and wonderful things the world can find, this year’s Winter Wonderland event is bigger and better than ever. … More In Search of Christmas: Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland and the Sky Garden

Why you Shouldn’t Miss Montenegro’s Stunning Sights

A land of dipping chasms and captivating lakesides, Montenegro really is one of the most visually stunning places i have ever visited. Often overlooked by those visiting it’s neighbouring Croatia for Game of Thrones sights, Montenegro offers a special something away from the crowds and the perfect opportunity to uncover dreamy landscapes not many get to see. … More Why you Shouldn’t Miss Montenegro’s Stunning Sights

Exploring London – ZSL a Zoo Within a Park

Visiting London recently as part of the media team for TheatreCraft 2018, we decided to make it a weekend of firsts. A night at the theatre to watch Mousetrap was one ticked off our list was one more animal-orientated. Journeying into the park we made our way to ZSL, a welcome respite after the morning’s work-based interlude. … More Exploring London – ZSL a Zoo Within a Park

A First-Timer’s Guide to TheatreCraft 2018

With workshops on everything from costume design to crafting an online presence TheatreCraft 2018 was the biggest yet. Supplying to the biggest name drops including Royal Shakespeare Company’s Lead Producer (insert fangirl shriek here) and Tony & Olivier-award-winner Christopher Oram, this year’s event was a year of firsts. Taking over mammoth spaces including the iconic Waldorf Hotel, the Adelphi, Lyceum and Novello theatres with everything newbies (and not-so-newbies) to the industry could possibly need. And the best part? It’s completely free! Read on for what I got up to during my day there. … More A First-Timer’s Guide to TheatreCraft 2018

Top Things to Do on a London Weekender – Things to Make you Feel Oh-So-British

Drawing people from all over the world, London is jam-packed full of sights and sounds to explore. Taking a weekend trip there might make it seem like you couldn’t possibly fit it in so I’ve rounded up my very top things to do during your time in England’s capital city, all for under £50. … More Top Things to Do on a London Weekender – Things to Make you Feel Oh-So-British

A Weekend in London – Why Mousetrap is a Must-See for Any Theatre-Goer

Taking a trip down to London for TheatreCraft 2018 (more about that in another post), we decided to make it a weekend of first’s. Stopping off for a quick hot chocolate we had a flick through a leaflet, finding an advertisement for the world’s longest running stage production. A quick google later and our minds … More A Weekend in London – Why Mousetrap is a Must-See for Any Theatre-Goer