‘WOOOOOO’: Rimini Tour 2k19

Well. As I crawl my way back into Daniel Defoe after a 22-hour coach journey that spanned 5 countries- my head shaven, my voice ruined, €700-poorer and my pink, zebra-print thong riding up my arse, only one thought runs through my mind, ‘I f**king love tour!’ However much I never want to see a BacardiContinue reading “‘WOOOOOO’: Rimini Tour 2k19”

‘Scary and confusing’ – an EU student’s feelings on Brexit

With Brexit Day, and therefore the day the UK is leaving the EU for good, approaching rather quickly, I wondered how young people, whose future depended on being allowed to live in the UK without restrictions, felt about the situation. I decided to sit down with Jenny Bremerich, 22, who was born and raised inContinue reading “‘Scary and confusing’ – an EU student’s feelings on Brexit”

Cirque du Soleil’s Totem: An Experience I’ll Never Forget

I had no idea what to expect when I booked my tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s Totem show; I just wanted to surprise my mum with a trip to the theatre. However, looking back I am so glad that I took a chance on a show that I knew little about- it was an experienceContinue reading “Cirque du Soleil’s Totem: An Experience I’ll Never Forget”

Is there a place for Old School Ideals in a relationship in the 21st Century?

Growing up in the 90’s, young men like myself were raised to be gentlemen towards women. When taking a woman/young lady out, we were to remember to be polite, to hold a door open, push a lady’s chair in for her, to pay for the meal/date, to offer your jacket if she is cold andContinue reading “Is there a place for Old School Ideals in a relationship in the 21st Century?”