Do you touch your boobs enough? A couple of weeks ago I went to a festival that encourages you to do just that…”cop a feel”… sounds like most boys fantasy, but it could actually save your life!
The weather wasn’t entirely on our side but that didn’t dampen our spirits as this was an indoor festival, so we ditched the coats and wellies and made our way to Islington Metal Works.
Festifeel is a single day music festival, which kicks off the Summer Boob Tour for organisers Coppafeel, as they begin attending the festivals in order to raise awareness of breast cancer.
Several sculptures have been erected for the third year in the heart of the City of London as part of
Sculpture in the City 2013.
I went to the 27
th floor of Tower 42 to look down on the area, before being taken on a tour of the sculptures by Sonia Solicari, head of Guildhall Art Gallery.
Many packages are on offer across London this summer to celebrate the impending arrival of the eagerly anticipated royal baby, so I decided to try one out.
I went to the athenaeum, this luxury five star hotel which sits within sight of Buckingham Palace is offering an exclusive royal photography and afternoon tea experience.
Explore an alternative universe through art at the Hayward Gallery this summer.
Alternative Guide to the Universe comes as part of the Festival of Neighbourhood at the Southbank Centre. It pushes the boundries of the art world and our world!
On Saturday I was lucky enough to join 50,000 people at Twickenham Stadium for The Sound of Change. The concert which boasted a star studded line-up of musical acts and presenters, launched Gucci founded campaign
Chime for Change.
Co-founder Beyonce headlined the concert and was joined by an incredible line-up including Florence and the Machine, Jennifer Lopez and John Legend.