Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Reliving The Magic Of Lana Del Rey’s Return To Brixton

By Alice Bradley

Lana Del Rey reignited her musical flame back on British soil at the O2 Academy Brixton on Monday with her glamorously nostalgic performance, which left her devoted followers wanting more than just an encore.


Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Quaglino’s Summer Series, London

Quagalino's Summer Series, London 3

By Alice Bradley

Quaglino’s summer series, Q Legends invites guests to celebrate the iconic stars of the stage and the big screen. From 18 July through to 31 August, the art deco restaurant and bar, which is situated in the heart of Mayfair, offers guests an exclusive experience to enjoy an exciting collection of live music and movies,  all whilst sipping on specially curated drinks and sampling their finest European inspired food.


Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Ripple Anthology 2017

Tattoos –
He was too scared to commit,
With tattoos upon his skin.

He told me nothing lasts forever,
With inscriptions etched in his pores.

He said he could not cope with pain,
With designs upon his skin.

Each pinch and sting from
needle and ink seemed somehow
worthwhile to him.

He shied away from the realities of living,
Maybe I was not a work of art
or even worth committing.

He rather liked to cover up
the fact we were a thing.

Not show off what was on his arm,
I was his momentary fling.

Perhaps I was not his forever,
But his here and now.

It seems I was not worth the affliction,
For he rubbed my tattooed kiss from his lips.

He walked away and to this day,
I see I was nothing
but a stick on,
wet down,

temporary tattoo.


Monday, 3 July 2017

Introducing… GLOW’s Britt Baron

Britt Baron

By Alice Bradley

From the executive-producer who brought tv series bingers Orange Is The New Black, Jenji Kohan brings Netflix audiences GLOW. The title which was also the name of a real all-female wrestling league, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, aired on television from 1986 to 1990. The show follows Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), a struggling, out of work actress in Los Angeles in the 1980’s, who eventually goes on to create the first women’s wrestling TV show. The Netflix comedy plays with the lives these women are already leading and looks even closer at how their relationships change and develop as they form the diverse group which is GLOW. It is clear from the pilot that these women are not without baggage and come with their own distinct stories to tell.

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