2019 fast approaches, and so does a fresh new calendar that you need to fill up. London is an amazing city to be in, but why waste your time doing the same old, and standing in lines outside Madame Tussaud and paying £40 for a cramped ride on the London Eye? Below are a couple of experiences that you should enjoy in London in 2019.
Enjoy Rugby in Luxury*
February and March bring tons of rugby matches to the capital as the 6 Nations begin. It’s one thing to catch a match in the pub with your mates, but it’s another to enjoy 6 Nations hospitality at Twickenham Stadium and see the real deal. Catch England v Italy, England v France and England v Scotland in Twickenham. Choose which package you want, available in a range of prices and make the most of it! My family are Welsh, so I’ll be rooting for Wales to win as always! View Post
Welcome to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal and a hilly city full of fantastically fun places to visit, things to eat (we’re talking natas here) as well as an incredible alternative scene, with LX Factory at the heart of it.
We’re back with another budget travel post, as Lisbon can be an exceptionally cheap city to stay in, with tons of Airbnbs and budget hotels available, as well as cheap, frequent flights from the UK and all over Europe, as well as a massive amount of options when it comes to food.
Welcome back to Interviewed, a series of (you guessed it) interviews, chats and discussions with creators from all over the internet. Today we’re joined by my mate Sam of The Man Blueprint. He’s a bit of a fashionista, provides (mostly) good style tips, as well as some boss travel and lifestyle content. Plus he’s a fellow scouser, though he’s 100% scouser whilst my status is up to debate.
D: Could you explain who you are and what you do on the internet?
S: I am Sam Crawford and I post pictures and words on my website in order to get adulation from strangers.
Said website is called The Man Blueprint and is aimed at helping fellas become the best version of themselves. This sort of ‘blueprint’ style of the site is where the name comes from.
So Movember is a month of growing moustaches and fun facial hair in support of the Movember Foundation, which seeks to combat prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health issues and the high suicide rate within men- over 75% of suicides are committed by men, with men in their 40’s being the highest at risk.
However, as mental health couldn’t give less of a shit about your sex or gender identity, we are also supporting the charity Mind. Mind is fantastic, their work to combat mental health cannot be understated and they are helping out where the Government is failing, though I hear some more funding is coming through in that area, so we’ll see how that goes.
Welcome to Interviewed, a series of chats and discussions with creators from all over the internet!
Today we’re joined by Boe Huntress, Boe is a musician and artist in residence at Union Chapel Church. Through her work in this role she has developed thought provoking innovative pieces around themes such as masculinity, war and female power.
D: Could you tell us a little bit about you as an artist as well as ‘Medusa: The Transformation’?
B: I’m a songwriter, singer and writer, who also directs and produces immersive shows. I’m particularly interested in the mythic, and how it underscores our archetypal experiences as humans, as such I’ve been retelling myths for the past few years, both as songs and stories. Myth has often been relegated in our culture but I feel it’s a missing piece to our understanding of meaning in life. ‘Medusa: The Transformation’ will be an audio-visual spectacular immersion with a compelling story at its centre.
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