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Tutored Beer tasting - Friday night's made in Heaven!

We’ve been a bit quiet on here of late, but you know how it is! Real world work and all that not giving us the time to keep up with the blog.  1,881 more words


Paying publications to review your show is like having paid-sex with a famous wit

Someone told me about this yesterday.

I said: “Are you sure it’s not an April Fool prank?”

“If it is, it’s a day late,” the person told me. 1,183 more words


The King’s Head, Battle

Lunchtime, on the 1066 Harold’s Way, Battle Anniversary Circular Walk and what a find for half-time, between the morning and afternoon walks.

The pub has changed hands within the last month and they are still finding their feet but they made the 1066 Harold’s Way History Walkers very welcome. 231 more words

1066 Harold's Way

Edinburgh Fringe’s Malcolm Hardee Comedy Awards to be re-branded as non-competitive music competition?

My abiding memory of last night is of my chum Scots comedian Janey Godley biting my shoulder halfway through a comedy act. “I am being… 1,134 more words


Road Trip: Part 5 (The Finalé)

Waking up on another blisteringly sunny day in Manchester, I had until 3pm to kill some time. 785 more words


"Tipsy Tourist" - The Tolbooth Tavern (Edinburgh, Scotland)

The first pints of my springtime holiday were enjoyed in Edinburgh.  From our base of operations The Significant Other (TSO) and I traveled to Scotland’s capital, ready for adventure in an city with a delightful mixture of history and gloom.  934 more words


Marion Deuchars A3 poster.

A print designed by Marion Deuchars and printed onto GFSmith Mohawk 270gsm. The grey ink is a mixture of metallic and pearlescent inks mixed into regular grey acrylic to achieve a ‘graphite’ effect.

Detail of the blue fingerprint:

Screen Print