Category Archives: Things to do

Post a day 7

Today’s post is all for charity mate! You’ll know that I present on the Tuesday After Eight show on Radio Nene Valley. Tonight I’m interviewing two talented chaps from Northampton who have created a Christmas single to raise funds for … Continue reading

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Save Ripper Street

I know that this isn’t the most important or pressing issue this winter but I was completely aghast to hear that the incredible drama Ripper Street is being cancelled. The second series of the crime thrillers, produced by Tiger Aspect, … Continue reading

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Review of the Errol Flynn Filmhouse – Summer in February

I saw my first film at the Errol Flynn Filmhouse on Thursday when I went to see British drama Summer In February. I had already had a look around the week before and was very impressed that the film house … Continue reading

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Exciting times for Northampton – The return of Errol Flynn

When asked if I wanted to attend the opening of Northampton’s new  cinema The Errol Flynn Filmhouse, there was not a second’s hesitation. Maybe it was something to do with the promise of plush leather seats, an excellent offering of … Continue reading

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Bank holiday fun in the Hampton

You’ve got to love a Bank Holiday weekend when the weather is looking pretty good. Realistically Bank Holidays don’t really make that much difference to me now that I’m self-employed but the residual delight at a public holiday always lifts … Continue reading

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Infamous by Derren Brown- my review

I challenge you not to be impressed by Derren Brown, the household name synonymous with illusion and sheer, mind-boggling genius. In case you’re wondering who I’m on about, click here to become enlightened about the “borderline national treasure” (his words … Continue reading

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Made In Northamptonshire- lots to celebrate!

Made In Northamptonshire is a pop up shop and gallery on St Giles Street, Northampton which showcases arts and crafts made by local makers. Morag Ballantyne is Head of Creative Industries Development for Creative Northants, an agency which supports local … Continue reading

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The Ideal Home Show

Feeling like your house could do with more than just a Spring clean? You might be interested in two tickets to the Ideal Home Show at Earls Court on this Friday 15th March then! I can’t go to the event as … Continue reading

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Reasons to Love Northampton

I decided to take this show on the road last Friday and headed down to the Royal & Derngate theatre in Northampton town centre. If you live in Northampton, you can’t not know about the Royal & Derngate but for … Continue reading

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The Best New Year’s Resolution

It’s that time of year where everyone in the western world seems to be talking about Near Year’s resolutions and how much better they will eat/exercise/work/not swear this year. Does it work? Probably not but here’s one resolution I suggest … Continue reading

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