In more Royal Family news, we took a look inside Prince Charles’ Birkhall study jam-packed with books, family snaps and a sweet tribute to Camilla. … [Read more...] about Five tricks the Queen uses to keep cool in the hot summer weather
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Company £14 On at London's Gielgud Theatre, Company is a Tony Award winnning show that centre that breaks the mould. It eschews the traditional boy meets girl storyline of musical theatre in favour of telling the story of consummate bachelor and ladies’ man Bobby. … [Read more...] about Last minute theatre tickets: The best West End shows you can grab late in the day
The play has already received rave reviews, with the Independent calling it Shakespeare's Globe's “extraordinarily rousing new play”. It features an all feature cast playing both him and her rouses at the Vaudeville Theatre, which Time Out said was met with “whoops, cheers, belly laughs, a standing ovation”. We can't wait to see it. … [Read more...] about TodayTix slashes price of Emilia tickets to £15 for flash sale TODAY
We started messaging each other six weeks into lockdown. He stood out because I told multiple men it was my birthday on May 16 and he was the only one kind enough to ask if I would be alone and, if so, would I like to meet him for a bottle of champagne. The rules had changed, just a couple of days earlier, to say that you could meet one person at a social distance. … [Read more...] about I chose to ‘bubble’ with my new lover, NOT my parents…even though I’ve only known him six weeks!
The full political potential of WhatsApp has not been witnessed in the UK. To date, it has not served as an effective political campaigning tool, partly because users seem reluctant to join large groups with people they don’t know. However, the influence – imagined or real – of WhatsApp groups within Westminster and the media undoubtedly contributes to the deepening sense that public life is a sham, behind which lurk invisible networks through which power is coordinated. WhatsApp has become a kind of “backstage” of public life, where it is assumed people articulate what they really think and believe in secret. This is a sensibility that has long fuelled conspiracy theories, especially antisemitic ones. Invisible WhatsApp groups now offer a modern update to the type of “explanation” that once revolved around Masonic lodges or the Rothschilds. … [Read more...] about What’s wrong with WhatsApp