18 Jun 2018

How to prepare for a family-friendly festival (without any arguments)

With the kids’ summer holidays on the horizon, there’s no time like the present to start thinking about how you’re going to spend some quality time together. One of the

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16 Jun 2018

Revealed: the best food in Bournemouth

Bournemouth has a fabulous nightlife and is also gaining a reputation as a favourite for foodies touring the UK. Expect world-class cuisine, sourced locally, served with care in a series

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04 Jun 2018

Review: Jessie Ware

Photos by Charlie Raven, NME Music Photography Award Winner www.charlieraven.com Words by Alice Rook In support of her third album, Glasshouse, Jessie Ware made her debut in Bournemouth last night.

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07 May 2018

Review: Brasserie Blanc at the Highcliff Marriott

As someone who loves to eat out and try new restaurants when they appear, I have no idea how the opening of Raymond Blanc’s new restaurant at the Highcliff Marriott

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12 Mar 2018

Review: Paloma Faith at the BIC

Photos by Charlie Raven, NME Music Photography Award Winner www.charlieraven.com Paloma Faith supported by XamVolo Bournemouth International Centre Over three years since her last album, Paloma Faith is back touring

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01 Feb 2018

Eating out in Bournemouth: 1812 – why let the tourists have all the fun?

This article originally appeared on Telegraph.co.uk I have a confession to make – before last week, I was an 1812 virgin. It seems silly now as I’ve spent many long,

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01 Jan 2018

Best hotels in London: blogs roundup

After four years of commuting back and forth to London for work, and 15 years total of hotel review writing, I’ve decided to put together a list of my favourite

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09 Dec 2017

Dossing down in the Pig Sty (happily)

Weekend Retreat: THE PIG Hotel (restaurant with rooms) Beaulieu Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7QL; 01590 622354 www.thepighotel.com/brockenhurst Set the scene: A country retreat with all the facilities of a five-star spa

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23 Jun 2017

Preview: Myles Sanko

He has been described as a mix between Gregory Porter and Michael Kiwanuka; yes, there’s a lot of soul and a touch of folk to the songs of Myles Sanko, who

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16 Jun 2017

Review: Incognito, Canvas

With almost 40 years in the business under their belts, Incognito were the ideal booking for Canvas’s live music showcase during the Jazz By The Sea festival. Bravo, bookers. Canvas

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