On a wet and dreary Wednesday afternoon, arguably the perfect weather for drinking tea, the lovely Chloe and I huddled into T2 on Regents Street.
At the top of the escalators in busy Canary Wharf, Volvo have created a little slice of heaven.
As an ex drama student, and someone that grew up wanting to become an actress/famous, it’s no real shock that I’m a huge fan of interactive experiences. I’m nearly always the first person to volunteer when performers ask for an assistant….after a little persuasion. Being in London there’s a tone of these cool immersive/interactive experiences, both with and without food and varying in levels of participation. So I thought I would put together a little guide for you all.
As all ladies know, when you’re heading off on holiday, there’s quite a lot of maintenance that has to be arranged before you jet off. And in case I haven’t spoken about it enough already, I’m off on a rather exciting trip tomorrow! Thankfully I had the amazing Beauty by Joanna on hand to help.
As some of you may know, I’m off on rather an exciting trip soon. And as I’ve been getting everything sorted it reminded me how much work planning a big trip can be.
I’m a big fan of French food, and I certainly don’t eat it enough. I’m a sucker for sticking to Italian or some kind of Asian food, simply because I feel like you can’t go wrong with it. But when the delightful new Bon Vivant opened its doors over near Russell Square I had to give it a go.