Monday, 9 July 2018

Buy buy Boris

We can all breathe a sigh of relief that Boris Johnson has resigned from the cabinet.

It is heartening to see Theresa May’s government in disarray, long may it continue.

Hopefully this will sway the populace to a later Labour electoral victory.

Monday, 2 July 2018

Launching the Love

Simon Love and the Old Romantics launched their album at The Lexington on Friday night, it was a treat.

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard kicked off the night with some mincing shouty classic rock.

Apparently John Lennon is their Jesus Christ.

The School followed with some unashamedly indie numbers.

Leading nicely to Simon Love and the Old Romantics with a collection of their well known hits to finish the night.

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Gypsy spirit

Op Sa are a Serbian brass band and they play lively gypsy sounding numbers for everyone to enjoy.

By the end of their Queen Elizabeth Hall set the audience at the back were reeling around like mad things dancing to the upbeat numbers.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

National kissing day

It’s national kissing day apparently.

It’s also refugee week so perhaps you could kiss a refugee today.

Alternatively you could kiss the most kissable woman Dua Lipa, or the most kissable man Idris Elba.

I can’t say I agree with the most kissable man, but who am I to dictate who you have on your lips.

That said Aidan Turner the male runner up is more my cup of tea.

Have to agree whole heartedly with Donald Trump as least kissable, followed closely by Piers Morgan (no relation to me I should make clear).

Monday, 18 June 2018

Pot for all

Medical marijuana gained a victory from government as a young epileptic was allowed dispensation to take the drug.

This is being treated as a one off.

However, with one allowance on the cards the campaign to legalise medical marijuana made a major stride in this decision.

It will add to evidence that the drug is of use to all in medical cases.

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Rat bar

The rat bar has just entered the fray for London’s hippest night spot.

Sporting the Banksy rat as one of a collection of graffiti art the cavernous enclosure boasts pizza and drinks just off the graffiti laden Leake Street in Waterloo.

The drinks all range around the £5 mark apart from the odd cocktail and you can get merry on an espresso infused Black Death or a sambuca laced Rat Tat Tat.

If you haven’t had enough with the rat inspired cocktails there are the stylised rat masterpieces on the walls designed by Wu Tang Clan artwork designer Gary Alford.

The pizzas are reasonable and so you can have a full evening out with mates and drinks in a hideaway drinking den on Leake Street and pretend the real world doesn’t exist for a bit.

It’s a pop up, so get there while you can.

Thursday, 7 June 2018

Equal abortions

Our human rights court has officially branded the Northern Ireland abortion law against a woman’s human rights yet Westminster still doesn’t interfere.

It amazes me in this day and age we’re still having a debate about abortion.

A woman’s body should be her choice and no one else’s.

Mainland Ireland is on board with legal abortion now its time Northern Ireland followed suit.