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HOLI ONE Colour Festival brings rainbows to Wembley

HOLI ONE Colour Festival brings rainbows to Wembley

HOLI ONE is a worldwide festival of colour, music and live performance, and this year it hit Wembley with a bang. With HOLI ONE locations ranging from South America, Australia, Africa, Europe and a whole range of US states (including [read more]

Is your credit rating fit for summer?

Is your credit rating fit for summer?

With the summer well and truly upon us, you may be thinking about splurging on a new car (convertible perhaps?) or a holiday in the sun. If you don’t have the money upfront to pay for these luxuries you may also be considering taking [read more]

Best destination for foodies in Majorca

Best destination for foodies in Majorca

Are you a foodie looking to visit a wonderful exotic Caribbean destination? Well, search no more. Majorca offers some of most exotic, tasty Balearic Island dishes that you will ever come across. You can search the web for the best Majorca [read more]

Asian honeymoon destinations

Asian honeymoon destinations

A big part of planning the perfect wedding is deciding when and where you’ll spend your honeymoon. Whereas tradition used to dictate that newlyweds would dash off on honeymoon immediately after their nuptials, nowadays many of us are far [read more]

5 places you must visit in 2014

5 places you must visit in 2014

With a new year arriving there’s a whole twelve month’s worth of travelling to be planned. If you’re looking for inspiration, then here’s a list of the top five most exciting destinations for 2014. Trinidad, Cuba An [read more]

Hiking in the Black Forest

Hiking in the Black Forest

A wooded mountain range in southwestern Germany, the Black Forest is an area rich in history, culture, and stunning natural diversity. Famous for its ham, its clockmakers, and its historic mountain villages and farmhouses, the Black Forest [read more]

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Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain | Exhibition review
Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain

The Turner Prize, established in 1984, promotes discussion of developments in contemporary British art. The shortlist [read more]

Next Fall at Southwark Playhouse | Theatre review
Next Fall at Southwark Playhouse

In a broad, punchline-heavy sitcom style, Geoffrey Nauffts’ Next Fall stomps its way through a gay love story. Luke [read more]

Rachael Dadd at St Pancras Old Church | Live review
Rachael Dadd at St Pancras Old Church

Entering the graveyard of St Pancras Old Church, this reviewer pondered the lack of expectation invested in the concert [read more]

Jakil at Sebright Arms | Live review
Jakil at Sebright Arms

East London seems to be a breeding ground for up-and-coming, slightly alternative/hipster acts in recent times; some [read more]

London Film Festival 2014: Dukhtar | Review
London Film Festival 2014: Dukhtar

Set in the mountainous region of Pakistan, Director Afia Nathaniel gives women their voice in this tale of one [read more]

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