Last night saw the registration launch for next years Brighton Fringe Festival, where you can be part of the madness which descends on Brighton as the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe festival fill the town with music, laughs and arts.
This year, between studying and exam taking, I managed to see a few of brilliant comedies and here are the reviews two I wrote, which I can now add here.
Happy Birthday Blog!!
In other news, go listen to Old Souls by Deaf Havana then go see them on tour, (or wait for the review which will be here next week!)
So in homage to all the school children across the land who have just gone back to school I have joined them in writing a ‘what I did in the holidays’ type post and made all the similar promises they will be making to themselves and teachers as the new school year begins;
So I finished college in July (after a painstakingly long wait for shorthand results) and after that I was going to go on loads of adventures while blogging about them, building my CV up, applying for fabulous jobs all over the world and spending my free time on the beach and in cool bars with various summer romances.
I don’t own this, it just arrived in my inbox:
Happy Tuesday x
A guide to where Doctors number Nine, Ten and Eleven have been on their adventures and how many times he has saved you and I.
Since he re-appeared on our screens in 2005 it seems that Doctor Who’s ‘The Doctor’ is always running around the The British Isle, in London particularly, saving the earth from ‘goodness knows what’ sort of aliens in their continued plots to take over or destroy earth.