So I’m lucky enough to be asked to be a guest blogger for UK-based feminism blog The F Word! I’ll be posting several blogs over the course of the month, which I will also be copying over to this personal site. Check out my introductory piece here: thefword.org.uk/2016/04/introducing-aprils-guest-blogger
Brighton’s a bit more friendly to those of us following a plant-based diet. Check out my list of the top ten places for veggies and vegans to eat here: wow247.co.uk/2016/03/30/vegan-and-vegetarian-brighton.
You may not think it, but Portsmouth has some wonderful places to grab some tasty plant-based dishes. Check out my list of suggestions here: wow247.co.uk/2016/03/30/vegan-and-vegetarian-portsmouth
It’s all going on in Brighton this month. Gigs, tap takeovers, film showings and Shakespeare at the Old Market. Be sure not to miss any of the fun by checking out my Brighton events guide for April: wow247.co.uk/2016/03/31/brighton-this-april
[This story was published on March 30 in the West Sussex Gazette. Read the original story at westsussextoday.co.uk/news/county-news/burlesque-comedy-music-and-a-lipsync-assassin-1-7302806.] [Image: Dawn Gracie performs at the Chichester Cabaret Club.] Raunchy, rowdy, rambunctious – not words that you’d usually associate with Chichester on a Saturday night! Recently, I went along to Dawn Gracie’s Chichester Cabaret Club event, which […]
I was probably an interesting choice of writer to ask to take on this commission, as I’m not exactly known for my adventurous taste in food! Consider it a dedication to the craft that I’ve gone out and sourced the top 10 unique dishes you’ll only find in good old Brighton, from hellfire burgers to […]
Have you had a look at my Chichester Observer article about local author V.H. Leslie’s debut novel, Bodies of Water? Have a look at the full interview with the author here… You’ve got your book coming out in May – could you tell us a bit about it? What’s it about, and how did it come […]