Fun Kids Games: Remember these?

I was born in the 1960s and the 70s and 80s are the decades I remember as my childhood. There were no electronic devices, no personal computers until I was in my teens and then it was the ZX80 and the ZX81 which where we waited patiently listening to the ‘noise’ as we loaded our games using magnetic tape cassettes. Boy what a difference a few decades makes. We now have Nintendo, X-boxes, Wii, laptops, desktops, tablets, smart phones, Game Boys: the list is seemingly endless and my children often ask me what I did before these things existed. Now […]

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How to Help Your Team in the Football World Cup: Come On England

OK so England have reached the football world cup semi-final for the first time in 28 years; there’s a hosepipe ban and the UK political situation continues to jump from the frying pan to the fire on a regular basis. But what can we simple English people do to support our national team at this time of great camaraderie? Or what can any of us do to support our teams through, be it The World Cup or any other sporting event that we care to celebrate? I might not be a huge football fan myself, but I know a thing […]

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Best West End Shows 2018: Feel-Good Musicals – Les Misérables, Wicked and Chicago

What are the Best West End Shows in 2018? There are so many to choose from. New entries like “Hamilton” have received rave reviews but you can’t get tickets for love nor money at the moment, whilst old favourites such as “Les Misérables” are still packing in the punters. And long may it continue, if you ask me. Anyone who knows me knows that musical theatre is in my blood. I started participating in it when I was 7 and by the time I was 14, I was doing the choreography for my local adult amateur dramatic group. By the […]

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