Chiming for Change with Beyonce

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.

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Festival of Neighbourhood

 

The Southbank Centre’s summer long  ‘Festival of Neighbourhood‘ opens this weekend, so I went down there to see what it is all about.

The festival celebrates neighbourhoods and communities, which is reflected in the design, and is jam packed with exciting activities and events.

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As One in “Vicky” Park

 

On Sunday I joined London’s LGBT community in Victoria Park, for the debut of new gay festival As One in the Park.

We were set for a great day; the sun was out, the cider was flowing, we had our dancing shoes on and RITA ORA was headlining the mainstage!

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My IncrEdible day out at Kew Gardens!

 

Always fancied rowing a slice of papaya through an interactive floating pineapple or entering a secret banana grotto? Well that’s exactly what I did this week when I visited Kew Gardens!

 The gardens summer festival IncrEdibles opens this weekend, which celebrates the weird and wonderful food we eat that originates from plants.

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An Evening Of The Absurd

London offers some of the best theatre in the world. The West End is home to outstanding shows from the emotional drama that is War Horse to the smash hit musical Mamma Mia!

But for theatre enthusiasts who wish to pursue a career in this industry, it is not as easy as it may seem. For that reason drama graduate, theatre lover and new London resident, Joe Allan, has decided to take matters into his own hands and not let this stop him following his dream.

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