BBC Good Food Show Live 2017 – Birmingham NEC – Review

On Thursday 30th November, I had the delightful duty to attend the opening day of the BBC Good Food Magazine’s Winter Show at the NEC in Birmingham. This mighty show has over 500 stalls displaying and offering ware from a big range of suppliers ranging from confectionary and cakes, to malt whiskys and cured meats… […]

Lucy Spraggan @ The Sugarmill, Hanley

Lucy Spraggan @ The Sugarmill, Hanley, Stoke-On- Trent 25-09- 2017 Supporting acts: Act 1 – John Dahli, singer/songwriter and guitarist from Congleton Upon entering the Sugarmill John had already begun to play his set which instantly grabbed the crowd with his quirky song writing and powerful voice, this was definitely a great choice of artist […]

Boxset Revisit Review: 24 Live Another Day

Winter is upon us, which now means we can lock ourselves away from the outside world and binge on boxsets. Since there are so many on offer, I thought I’d relive an old faithful with my 24 Live Another Day review, to see if it’s worth your viewing time over the Christmas period. A slight warning […]

VIDEO | Cinderella Review

The much loved Pantomime Cinderella is back at The Regent Theatre (Oh Yes it is…) and Dan has put his thoughts about it into a video! He’s also enlisted the help of some theatre goers for their ‘One-Word Reviews’ and spoke to a Mr Pete Conway who told us what he thought about the panto […]

Chas and Dave – the full story live.

Chas and Dave – the full story live. “We’re going to do 2 sets” Chas says before the show begins. The first half was focused solely on their history, the first 40 years of their music. Taking a look back to where it all began in the 1970’s. The show was kicked off with a […]

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

Defining a Console Generation There are games that define a console generation. The Nintendo 64 had Super Mario and Goldeneye, while the SEGA Mega Drive had Sonic the Hedgehog. Each of these games set the standard to which every other game should follow. They push their respective consoles to the limit and create memories that […]

Theatre Review | Rocky Horror Show

Richard O’Brien’s cult classic, The Rocky Horror Show has arrived at The Regent Theatre and the theatre world is a better place because of it. For those of you who have never been to see the show before (I had never seen it before tonight) it is an experience, I believe, EVERY theatre goer must […]