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Review: The Independent, Brighton

When I first moved to Brighton I was struck by just how many great pubs this fair city possessed. For us normal folk looking for a place to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat this is great news; perhaps not so much for those seeking our custom. 726 more words


Review: Isaac At

The simple act of going out for a meal has evolved over the years. Whilst there is nothing wrong with simply grabbing a bite to eat; for many of us this is no longer sufficient. 762 more words


REVIEW: Spector @ Patterns, Brighton

London indie-rock four-piece Spector hit Brighton, taking those fortunate enough to witness the show by storm.  The band tonight play at Patterns, a beautifully intimate venue that posses the acoustics and charm to enhance the gig experience. 233 more words


I finally saw it... AMY. 10ish thoughts/learnings from watching the Doc.

I have no idea where to start. An experience of extreme dualities that’s for sure.

1.a Great and moving to see some old school footage of Amy, family days, youth orchestra days, being goofy with friends etc etc… 541 more words



Every time I visit Brighton I say the exact same things :

“Let’s seriously move here”

“Everyone in Brighton’s so god damn coooool”

“Is that guy just walking around with a turtle on a leash?!?!” 303 more words


Leaving career life to follow my passions!

Hello everyone, and anyone that may happen to stumble upon my blog!

It’s surprisingly nerve-wrecking writing starting a new blog – it seemed like a good idea at the time, and now I’m starting to get writers block already! 509 more words

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Brighton Fashion Week 15-17th October 2015

I’m exited to be attending Brighton Fashion Week this year and what is really cool about BFW is that they focus on sustainable fashion. As I’ve stressed in a… 56 more words