May Favourites 2016

As part of my getting back in the swing of things, I thought I’d jump back on the monthly favourites bandwagon with my May favourites of this year! The Library of Fragrance – Sunshine I’ve seen The Library of Fragrance scents talked about on plenty of blogs but it felt risky to order one online, … More May Favourites 2016

December Favourites

As December ends and January 1st 2016 dawns, I thought I’d list my December favourites. I made the most of some festive Lush goodies in December, and then enjoyed the delights of the Lush Boxing Day Sale. My particular favourites have to be the Salt and Peppermint Bark body scrub, and Celebrate body lotion. They … More December Favourites

Theatre: Aladdin – The Churchill Theatre

It’s December and thus panto season has officially begun. Theatres across Britain are filled with sequins, pyrotechnics and men squeezing into sparkly dresses, all for the delight of children and adults alike. The Churchill Theatre, Bromley is this year presenting Aladdin featuring a cast of TV favourites including Scott Maslen (Jack Branning, Eastenders), Jen Pringle … More Theatre: Aladdin – The Churchill Theatre

Theatre: Close To You

Whether you know it or not, your popular music education has been hugely influenced by the work of prolific songwriter Burt Bacharach. His unmistakably lyrical melodies have been performed by everyone from Cilla Black and Dionne Warwick to Tom Jones and Elvis Costello. Close To You is a new show celebrating and showcasing the works of … More Theatre: Close To You

West End Live

Each year since about 2008 I’ve ventured up to London (in those days it was Leicester Square) to sing and cheer along with the stars of the West End stage for West End Live. The event has grown year by year and is now almost unrecognisable from the relatively small crowd that once gathered in … More West End Live

Top Hat: Review

As the orchestra began the overture of Top Hat at The Churchill Theatre last night, the packed audience knew we were in for a treat of lush sounds, filled with melodies we know and some that a deep recess of our brain recognises. The huge art deco set loomed over The Churchill’s impressive auditorium, instantly … More Top Hat: Review