Last week we reported our experience of The Greenwich Spark the first Art Installation of this year’s GDIF and then last Saturday 3rd Sept we went back down to Greenwich and this time to the 02 Square and then back across the river for more random ‘Art’ Here is what our day included.
Last year as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival of Art (GDIF) we went to see the amazing Northern Lights Installation by Dan Archer, so this year we were keen to return for the newest offering, Spark by Studio Roosegaarde, here is what we found…
The old Tower Records building on Piccadilly Circus (Corner of Piccadilly and Regent’s Street) is now home to Samsung’s giant showroom and viewing experience and with it a unique chance to win prizes linked to the KPop sensations BTS. So we went to see what the fuss is all about and try our luck at … More Fold your BTS
We want to tell you a secret… We like Beer!! What do you mean you already know? Well then you’ll understand our happiness at hearing that The Great British Beer Festival was back on in real, not virtually once again this year and we just had to go, well we had to do it for … More A Day in Mecca or is it spelt GBBF?!
Once again we headed back to Streatham Common Train Station to pick up where we left off. Here is what stage 5 had in store for us…
A few weeks back we told you about the Korean TV Show Queendom 2 where a bunch of established KPop Girl Groups perform for the prize of being Queens of KPop. We explained the rules and then told you about the fist half of the series and now we want to tell you all about … More Queendom Part 2
We did it again, yes we went back for more! This time Crystal Palace to Streatham and here is what we discovered…
If you know this blog you will know we like a bit of K-Pop and recently the new series of Queendom started and we were excited by the prospect of it, so we set about writing this post each week to remember what happened and to end up here with a full review of the … More Queendom
Eltham is not all Art Deco Palaces and picturesque roads, it’s mostly a shabby 1970’s throw-back High Street, with rude school kids and people who stare at you. But while taking a break from the Capital Ring Walk through this part of London the other week (in search of Coffee, of course). We did discover … More Wicca Moon
We did, we went for a walk and will continue to do so over the next 11 weeks, because we have decided to follow the Capital Ring Walk. Why you may ask…. well because there is nothing else to do. But for our first walk we went from Woolwich to Falconwood and this is what … More We went for a Walk