Looking for something to do this summer? Warwick Castle have a Summer of Spectacular Shows going on at the moment that you should definitely check out. I was very kindly invited to go and scope it out for you guys and I can confirm that it’s a great day out for all the family.
For those of you that don’t know I run a cruelty free beauty blog called Hazelnut Musings. I love beauty products, they’re my guilty pleasure, but I hate that most of them are tested on animals. I personally don’t believe in testing on animals purely for vanity, so I choose to only buy products that aren’t tested on animals. I won’t go into too much detail about animal testing here, but let’s just say the poor animals suffer a lot. You can google animal testing if you’d like to look into it more.
The Girl on The Train has been adapted for theatre from the best-selling book of the same name by Paula Hawkins. I’ve read the book and loved it and also seen the film adaptation, so I was excited to compare the play too.
The story focuses on Rachel, a drunk who has split up from her husband and is struggling to get over it. When a woman goes missing from a house a couple of doors down from her ex husband on the same night Rachel blacked out and can’t remember where she was, she sets out on a mission to put the pieces together and discover what truly happened that night.
A few weeks ago The Worst Witch visited The Belgrade Theatre and I was very lucky to be invited along to one of the shows. The Belgrade Theatre has always been a great place to go in Coventry and I know most people will have visited for the yearly Pantomimes there. However, they also do plays, ballets and musicals throughout the year too. It’s one of my favourites pastimes going to the theatre and over the past couple of years, they’ve hosted some great plays. Continue reading
A few weeks ago some of us Coventry Bloggers were invited to attend the press night for the new MOD Pizza Coventry opening. MOD stands for Made On Demand so it does exactly what it says on the tin! MOD Pizza was founded in 2008 by husband and wife, Scott and Ally Svenson, in their hometown of Seattle. They started to wonder if there was a better way to do pizza where everyone could get exactly what they wanted for as little as possible and the employees could be paid as much as possible and be given more opportunities for growth. And so MOD Pizza was born and the first one opened in Downtown Seattle. Since then they have branched out all over the US and come to UK shores too. Continue reading