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Post image for Life is a Proud Cabaret, old chum…

They say not all that glitters is gold. Well, I’m here to tell you that is completely true, as you know what else glitters? The bodies of the three beautiful women I watched dance seductively (yet tastefully, I’ll have you know) on stage last week when I paid a visit to The City of London’s very [...]

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clockjack london

Last year, the UK was still partaking in the burger revolution. I couldn’t keep up with the number of restaurants springing up dedicated to burgers, some of which I am still yet to work my way around. Meanwhile, for those that wanted something a little more “clucky”, two and a half years ago, Clockjack opened [...]

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Post image for Pre-theatre Meal at Abari in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Isn’t it just great when a day goes to plan and there’s an unexpected bonus at the end? What seems like an eternity ago I bought ‘her indoors’ tickets to see ‘Puttin’ on the Ritz’ at Newcastle Theatre Royal as a Christmas gift. With a change in work schedule we were able to plot a [...]

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Post image for Food that’s not just delicious, it’s also Niche!

The Times 100 Most Influential list 2015 hosts a fair few names you may be aware of; it includes Emma Watson, for her UN humanitarian work (and because why wouldn’t you let Hermione Granger influence you? She’s a Boss Witch!), Taylor Swift, for her contributions to song writing and entertainment (and for being a mega [...]

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the shed that fed a million children

For three years, tastecard has supported Mary’s Meals – an international charity founded by Magnus Macfarlane-Barrow, set up to feed school children in some of the world’s poorest communities, where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education. Since tastecard’s support started in 2012, we – with your generous help – have been able [...]

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