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Tag Archives: Bristol
Every now and then I stumble and obsess over something new: a concept, a publisher or a product of some sort. Most of these discoveries come about by pure chance – a newspaper article perhaps, a tweet or word of … Continue reading
I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect of this event as I have been a devoted carnivore my entire life. The closest I have ever come to being a vegetarian is living in the same house as my sister, who … Continue reading
This is a beautiful bookshop in one of my favourite areas of Bristol: the top end of Colston Street, near the ‘Christmas steps’ (another story). There is a kind of organic and independent vibrancy around these parts that can make … Continue reading
As part of our attempt to fill in the time when our travels have come to a grinding halt, the theatre is always a nice escape. Hence, on Saturday, 26 June we decided to go to the Bristol Old Vic … Continue reading