All posts tagged child

Mother’s Day with D&D London

D&D London has gone the extra mile to ensure you can treat your Mum to a Mother’s Day that she will never forget. I am sure you will agree that […]

A Corner of my Heart by Mark Seaman

A Corner of my Heart by Mark Seaman: a heart-warming story of love and survival under the cruellest conditions – a must-read! At just seven weeks old, Mary is given […]

Let it glow: The Magical Lantern Festival

The countdown to Christmas is officially underway; social media is ablaze with festive-themed posts of Winter Wonderland, Christmas markets and ice skating antics. Oh and of course central London is […]

Snow Day

I can sense it – it is unusually cold this morning. I try to shove the duvet off me, but my body resists. The icy air from beyond my bed briefly seeps into it through the minuscule gap that formed in my pathetic attempt to get up. I continue to […]

WALALA X PLAY – hurry it is only open until the 24th of September 2017…

In need of last minute weekend plans? Well have I got something in mind for you! Only open until this Sunday, is artist Camille Walala’s: ‘WALALA X PLAY’ – an innovative […]

Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny- Little Tales for Nasty Women

Now don’t be fooled by the title, Highsmith’s short story collection doesn’t paint pictures of rotten men, and victim women. Instead Highsmith creates a sweetshop’s worth of lurid, eccentric, strange, […]

Say No to Sexy Santa Songs

No no no. Nope. No. It is in my highly informed and festive opinion that Christmas songs should not be sexy. To fetishize an old bearded white man who works […]

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Spoiler-Free Review) – A Magically Original Trip Back to a Beloved World.

You are dripping with sweat, lying in bed, and although these people are nice they ain’t half weird; floating plates; levitating food; this blonde beauty that is inside your head; […]

The Break of my Mother’s Blessing

“The child defeated the mother screaming…” Read the anonymous submission by Joan of Arc.   The shoes on your feet were a choice we made, You flew, you surpassed; you […]