Dec 07

The Lost Boy Peter Pan  reviewed by Paul Vates

      at The Pleasance Theatre, London   “[Peter] has, I see it now, classic symptoms of ADHD”         I have never truly thought about what the problem is with Peter Pan – not the story, the child. He bosses everyone around, so cock-sure of himself, so clear about what is …

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Dec 07

Something Special Singalong Mr Tumble Review | Christmas Guide

This singing and dancing Mr Tumble is a perfect gift for fans of the Something Special TV show. The Frost toddler found it delightful. Keeps children occupied and is small enough to travel with. Based on Mr Tumble from the much loved CBeebies Something Special TV show, now you can sing-along with your favourite character. Press …

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Dec 07

Quite a pair of dark horses – wine for all occasions. By Annie Dore

    Dark Horse winemaker, Beth Liston, believes that fortune favours the bold. Her pioneering approach to viticulture and wine making champions originality and above all taste and delivers wine that certainly delivers. I find that wine is suitable in all occasions, pre Christmas shopping, post Christmas shopping, Christmas day planning, Christmas day lunch…. Well, …

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Dec 06

THE BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TELLING THE WORLD – Jane Cable meets Bookouture publicist Kim Nash

What is your book related job? I work as Publicity and Social Media Manager at Bookouture (www.bookouture.com). It’s my job to let the world know about our books and authors whether this be through traditional media such as magazines and newspapers or in the online arena so in online magazines or via our social media …

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Dec 06

A book that’s a work of art in itself.

  It’s inadequate to call Gianmaria Buccellati Foundation: A Century of Goldsmith’s Art – a book. It is a work of art in its own right. What a gift to present to someone for Christmas, or any time of year. In fact, keep it for yourself. In the throwaway world of today, where bling is …

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Dec 05

The Rennie Grove Hospice Care charity – one to support this Christmas

  The aim of this remarkable charity to is to provide palliative and end of life care based around the patients and their families – at home – day and night. I know several who have had their relatives cared for in this way and the Rennie Grove palliative care team has made an unbearable …

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Dec 05

If it’s the thought that counts…. Maybe Button & Wilde is the personalised answer by Annie Dore

    As the festive season gets under way this year and more Christmas cards will be sent via email than ever before, many of us are left craving the personal touch. A notification has ‘pinged’ as I type this. letting me know who I am buying for in our family secret Santa, not the …

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Dec 05

Christmas Gifts for Wine Lovers

We have selected a few unique and innovative gifting options this Christmas for anyone who loves to receive wine. From subscription boxes to wine days out you can’t go wrong with our versatile selection. Your Sommelier : French Wine Box This subscription service offers you 3 stunning French wines each month. Ccarefully selected from independent …

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