The Ultimate Guide To Festival Packing & Preparation

Being in the UK, summer doesn’t always mean sun, which can make festivals pretty unpredictable. But, these tips, tricks and packing hints are here as a little festival guide – to help you get prepared and hopefully have the best time! 

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Wicked At The Apollo Victoria Theatre 2019: Review

It’s hard to believe that 13 years ago when Wicked first landed on the West End, it was subject to a number of bad reviews. Now admired by many as a West End classic and a staple of the London theatre scene, Wicked continues to renew its contract in the Apollo Victoria theatre and wow audiences forever more (or at least until May 2020…)

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Is Our Obsession With True Crime Becoming Dangerous?

From series like Making a Murderer and Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes to podcasts like My Favourite Murder – true crime seems to be everywhere these last few years. I will openly put my hands up and admit it – I’m an addict. For reasons even I don’t understand, true crime fascinates me and these documentaries have become my default way to unwind. If I have friends over, I might make an embarrassing joke about my streaming suggestions – but the evidence and response I often get would suggest I’m not alone.

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How Music Helps My Mental Health

For as long as I can remember, music has always been part of my life. I have always felt a connection to music, despite having no talent of my own. Growing up, there was always a different CD in the car to sing along to. I used to “perform” karaoke to my teddies in my bedroom. I have suffered from anxiety my entire life, although I didn’t realise or seek help for it until I was around 22. When I was a teenager, my mental health went through the wars a bit as I was experiencing a lot of negativity in my life. It was then that I discovered the quote “Music speaks when words fail.” Music did speak to me when I couldn’t express into words how I felt.

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