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May 23

Celebrate National Snail Day at Café Rouge this Bank Holiday #RougeSnails

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In case you didn’t know, this Sunday is National Snail Day and to help celebrate, Britain’s best loved Parisian Bistro Café Rouge are offering you the chance to sample them for free. In the same month that they unveil their brand new look and ‘Rejuve’ Menu, Café Rouge are offering all diners a taster pot …

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May 23

Torque Of The Town… Countdown To The Monaco Grand Prix 2015

    As we sail into St Tropez today to the scene of mega-yachts and speedboats circling our ship, a Cannes Film Festival/Monaco Grand Prix hubbub of excitement, there’s a niggle in the back on my mind of what the here-and-now is like in the world of Formula One on the lead-up to the most …

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May 21

Good Lord! Michael Flatley Talks to Vicky Edwards

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Michael Flatley talks to Vicky Edwards about his farewell tour, dancing in paint and the bliss of brunch To call a Michael Flatley production a dance show is to undersell it on an epic scale. With more explosive thrills than a bottle of Moet uncorked on a roller coaster, The Lord of the Dance can …

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May 20

The Bar at Gaucho in Manchester

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Gaucho  has been a popular restaurant on the Manchester scene for quite some time with celebrities regularly visiting for what many would consider the best steak in Manchester. They’ve had a bit of a refurb and introduced a new bar area to make a mark on the thriving Manchester social scene. The plush booths, white …

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May 20

Martin Wishart Restaurant, Shore, Leith | Restaurant Review

By Mary Cooper One of the most prominent eateries in Edinburgh is the Michelin starred Martin Wishart Restaurant, Shore, Leith. Leith, once a vibrant port and a stopping off point for royalty en route to Holyrood, was famous for glassmaking; exporting bottles to Bordeaux for their excellent wines, and shipbuilding. In the 13th Century, the …

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May 18

Month 4 of My Reading Challenge by Frances Colville

Rather slim pickings this month, partly because some of the books I chose took time to read and think about, and partly because it’s been a busy month anyway and time for reading has been in short supply. First, to tie in with my plan to read some less current books this month, I picked …

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May 17

Review: The Rehearsal at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester

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Photo credit: Catherine Ashmore The Rehearsal By Jean Anouilh The Minerva Theatre, Chichester.  Until 13 June Box Office: 01243 781312 www.cft.org.uk Anouilh has fallen out of fashion somewhat in recent times. Having seen Chichester’s revival of The Rehearsal one wonders why. An insightful, dark and sharply witty comedy that is almost musical in its fluidity, …

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May 17

Mad Max: Fury Road {Film Review}

At one point, I was a little worried about this particular movie. Not only is it another entry of Mad Max, not only has it been 30 years since the last one but also being written, produced and directed by George Miller. If we learned anything, directors returning to movie series that put them on the …

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