Sorry, it’s been way too long, my life is all over the place at the moment! February is such a short month, it really does go by so fast. It’s one of those months where I don’t think I’ve done much until I take a look-back. That’s one of the reasons I’m glad I started doing these round-ups, it makes me so thankful. So here’s what I’ve been up to.
The Coronet Theatre for a Theatre Tour- This is a free tour of a theatre currently in the process of reconstruction, and it’s amazing! Go do this tour while you get the chance, the building is beautiful and it’s a privilege getting to see it in its current state. The changes there are happening there so fast!
Meat Liquor- Seriously, one of my favourite places to eat. Dark, dingy and delicious. The best chicken wings I’ve ever eaten, I want them right now!
The Oddities Museum, London- Bar on the upstairs, strange museum downstairs. There are lots of dead things, a few alive things, some vintage porn and celebrity poo, and that’s not even the strangest stuff. Does good beer too if you can stomach it after that.
Pasta Remoli– For some tasty Italian, check the link for my full review.
Home- I went back to my parents for the weekend to see some family, which is always nice.
The Women: New Portraits exhibition by Annie Leibovitz- Annie Leibovitz is one of the most famous photographers in the world, or so I’m told. I have to admit my knowledge is seriously lacking when it comes to all things art related, but that didn’t stop me queuing for half an hour in the rain on a Friday night to check this out. It was unusual, with the portraits shown on big screens rather then individual images, but they were striking and inspiring, and that’s coming from someone who knows nothing about it! It was great seeing pictures from such a variety of women, quite inspiring really.
Phosegore and Chainreactor at Slimelight- I finally broke my slimelight virginity! It’s a rock club with a tube carriage and a ball pool in it, and that isn’t even the strangest thing going on. The gig itself was amazing, I danced hard! I rolled in at 6.30 am, causing me to miss something I was supposed to do the next day, woops!
A kitten on the tube- Seriously, made my week!
The Martian- We watched this on my brother-in-law’s birthday, it wasn’t bad but I didn’t love it either.
X-Men: Days of Future Past at the BFI– A private screening event with Joe Bloggers, so cool!
Royal Vaxaul at the RVT- A musical set in the bar that the real events actually happened in. It involves Freddy Mercury, Kenny Everitt and Princess Diana in drag, and yes it’s a true story. We can only imagine how crazy that event was, but this show gives us a glimpse at some of the possible fun.
The Father- Honestly the best piece of theatre I’ve seen since moving to London, I’ll write a review soon. It made me cry and I don’t cry easily, go see it.
Cooking Fever- It’s just this stupidly addictive time management game on my iPad that I enjoy far too much.
Star Wars Battlefront- I had the TV to myself over the weekend so I got to play with friends, I was awful but it was fun. I’ve somehow lost my headset though so that made it a bit less enjoyable as I couldn’t here my friends taking the piss out of me for dying for the 50th time.
Fallout 4- This is probably going to be on this list for the whole of this year, I love it.
Eating Hary Potter Cupcakes- I work for Bloomsbury, the publishers of Harry Potter, so for Harry Potter Book Night we all got themed cupcakes. They were delicious!
Wearing the crap out of this jumper– It’s the one from my Modern Sweater Girl and it’s just so warm it’s become my go-to, especially for work! It works perfectly under a pinafore dress.
And this one– What can I say, I’m lazy and I hate the cold.
Eating Pizza- No regrets. Well, except I found out Papa John’s is homophobic, so that’s my last pizza from there.
Taking advantage of the Skinny Dip Sale- I got these cool bags for a steal, even if I did have to queue for most of my lunch break.
Eating Pancakes with bacon and maple syrup- For pancake day of course! My sister thinks it’s weird to have this combo with British pancakes rather then American style ones, but she is wrong.
Walking around London- My favourite days in London are when I accidently find hidden gems. I took a walk and ended up walking all through central London and it just made me so happy. I found a really cool shop and I bought some glitter, and then made my way to a Waterstones and bought a few cool books before ending up on the Southbank. It was simple but amazing.
Trying to find out how to get my money back from this Mac scam– Seriously if anyone has any ideas let me know. It’s the principle more than anything else.
To Bunker 13, Leeds- This is an alternative goth/ industrial night run by my friends. I decided to drive so it was my first ever club night driving and not drinking. I loved it as always, I went out in my bra which was new!
I’ve hung out with…
More lovely bloggers at the Siara Shoes event- Seriously people have been so nice, the shoes at this event were stunning too. The materials are such high quality and Indian inspired in a totally unique way.
My boyfriend- He came down for a weekend, it was lovely!
My little sister- Despite us living in the same city we don’t usually see each other much so this has been nice, we even got Nando’s, winner!
Yelp People- One of my new blogging friends told me about Yelp, so I decided to give it a go. I went along to a meet event for new users, and got to have a chat with some amazing people while eating some tasty food. I’m just getting to grips with the app but I’m hoping to get involved more, I’m enjoying it so far.
My cousins (and my dog)- I used to be so close to my cousins when I was younger, but our families fell out and we lost touch. We have been getting close due to a couple of nice things and one very bad event. Every cloud and all that!
So there you have it, March is upon us! If you want to follow my adventures why not following me on Instagram or Twitter. What are you looking forward to this month?