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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The Hormone Diaries Part Five: My First Smear Test

I have finally hit that age that many women in the UK dread, where I was called up for my first smear test. Many women can be really anxious before their cervical screening, as it can be seen as an invasive and painful procedure that you always hear horror stories about. Well, today I’m here to be totally honest and open with you about my first smear test experience, and hopefully give you a little bit more information about why cervical screenings are so vitally important. 

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Abi Adventures: Go Ape Coventry

For those who haven’t heard of Go Ape before, it is a high adrenaline treetop experience that takes visitors up into the canopies to challenge their fears and overcome obstacles. They have over 30 locations across the UK, with Coventry being the latest to open. Go Ape Coventry is set within the 500-acre grounds of Coombe Abbey Country Park, making for some pretty stunning views around the 5 courses. This experience is suitable for all the family, as the courses vary in difficulty and fear factor. 

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