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Katie Huxtable
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Review: Jack Savoretti @ O2 Academy, Bristol
"I played a Caff è  Nero
here in Bristol once, but I doubt any of you were there so long ago,"   Jack announces to the crowd of Bristol
whilst musing over his memories over the city. Having previously had a not so
good Caff è  Nero
encounter involving a tra...
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Review: The Sunshine Kid | Harry Baker at Appledore Book Festival
When five random French strangers judge your poem as the winner in an international competition, you'd think there wasn't much more you could do in life after winning the so-called poetry world cup. But it quickly became clear that Harry Baker, writer of th...
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ABOUT IAN SNOW: how it began in India, as told by India...
Hi India, thanks for talking to me. How are you? I am wicked thank you. Before we jump right in, how would you describe Ian Snow – both the person and the products – to anyone who hadn’t heard the name before? Ian is a younger day hippy turned latter day ec...
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100 Days of Happiness [Days 1 to 10]
Recently, my friend Beth has been going on about taking part in a 100 days of happiness challenge. I've always noticed I can get down right moody, and hearing that it can improve peoples moods, and life in general, I decided to give it a shot. But, unfortun...
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REVIEW: Bastille - Plymouth Pavilions 03/03/14
The photo I was most proud of taking, I am pretty sure this was during Laura Palmer. Around the beginning of last year I discovered my love for live music. There is just something about it, the foot-stompingly good vibe or the different layers in the sound ...
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REVIEW: 99% Proof - The Queens Theatre 17/07/14
Anyone who was in the audience of 99% Proof the other night is most likely still singing the songs now. It has been 4 days yet I can not get these songs out of my head! After being kindly invited to experience one of the previous rehearsals I was already aw...
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Camera Testing & Chapelton Steam Rally
I do like to try to stick to a schedule of 3 posts a month here on my blog. I don't know why I picked 3, I just think it's a nice amount. This month I had my two theatre-based posts planned, and one of them is already up but I feel like two performing arts ...
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The Doctor Who Experience - 26/04/14
Two years ago I was lucky enough to visit the Harry Potter Studios in London to walk around the set of the films.  This year, I had an equally incredible day. I was lucky enough to visit the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff. I find both these things quite i...
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April Book Haul
It's that time again for a nice, new book haul. I thought it was about time to share which books I've read this previous month, and what I've thought of them. Yet again, I've been getting into bed at half past eight (despite the mocking of my friends), and ...
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6 things that have made me happy this week
Back in April, I uploaded a post where I wrote a few paragraphs on what had made me happy across the course of ten days. Of course, the whole idea of the original challenge is to do it over 100 days but imagine just how long a blog post to that extent would...
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