This year is the second year I’ve been to Birmingham’s gem of an electro swing event: Swingamajaig! So close for us London folk, great party, music and vintage vibe, great value for money and just: SO.MUCH.FUN!! I can’t recommend it more. Firstly, just to clear up a common misconception of its name- when I tell … More Electro-fun with Swingamajig
Who knew?! Not me, quite clearly, and from a quick poll of my friends and on Instagram, not many of us! Could Trinity Buoy therefore be one of London’s best, most undiscovered finds? Quite possibly! I was lucky enough to be invited to celebrate the start of Trinity Buoy’s “Jazz Wednesdays”, (see the “what’s on” page … More Trinity Buoy: London’s only lighthouse!
I am a self confessed huge gin fan, and sourcing out independent gin events is probably one of my most favourite things to do! Especially when it’s for one of my favourite gin producers, the fabulous London based Sipsmith. I found them in London about 4 years ago, and was delighted to catch them at … More Celebrating the ginaissance with Sipsmith!
Wonderful, amazing, glorious India! Crazy tuk tuk driving, beautiful colours, scented flowers, cows casually strolling across busy roads, masala chai, the best lassi’s, chana masala heaven, incredible architecture, glorious temples, super duper heat, and certainly much much more. This trip was inspired by my mums desire to see the Taj Mahal. We couldn’t have done it … More My Indian adventure with Gadventures
Duck and Waffle has been on my “must visit” list for some time, and we were so excited to tick it off this year. The special event was for mine and Ruben’s birthdays (my boyfriend and I share the same birthday, the 8th April) and I booked in for a morning brunch, probably … More Birthday Brunch at Duck and Waffle
Highgate Cemetery should be a top London tourist priority if it’s not already on your list. In my almost 14 years here it’s probably one of the nicest things I’ve done in London, and a guaranteed option for peace and tranquility, even at weekends. There’s not many places you could say that about in the … More Highgate Cemetery
Andu Ethiopian caught my attention a few times before I made it in, whenever I get the bus up and down Kingsland Road in East London. It’s on a kind of funny stretch of the road, a bit noisy, a bit grubby and not very appealing part, but it’s this bright colourful little place in … More Andu, Ethopian restaurant, Dalston