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  • 2 years ago
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    Terry Prachett. I have a lot of love for the Discworld books and for Terry, who always came across so well in interviews and had a lot to say about important issues like assisted suicide. My Nana has Alzheimer's too so I know what it can do to people. So, so sad.

  • 3 years ago
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    The year after: started sixth form, drank a lot, got thrown out of sixth form, worked for the council, started a new sixth form college. Pretty much one big circle for me.
    I did manage to finish that sixth form with A levels though (and not get thrown out).

  • 3 years ago
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    In two words: mock duck.
    Literally the most disgusting thing I've ever eaten. I tried it out in my veggie days of old, thought I'd whip up a nice sweet and sour. It wasn't nice, it made me sick.

  • 3 years ago
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    NSFW 9 Reasons Why Between the Sheets is the Hottest Burlesque Ticket in London

    Between the Sheets: An Intimate Cabaret brings burlesque bang up to date with flair, authenticity and intelligence

  • 3 years ago
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    J. Von Stratton Celebrates ‘Queen of the Roses’ Win With Stunning Photo Shoot

    J. Von Stratton was recently crowned 'Queen of the Roses' at the annual Oregon Burlesque Festival. The festival is a three day burlesque art exhibition with over seventy performances featuring artis...

  • 3 years ago
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    NSFW Alyssa Kitt’s Perth International Burlesque Festival Diary

    Alyssa Kitt recaps the Perth International Burlesque Festival, also starring Vicky Butterfly, Medianoche, Lola The Vamp and Lillian Starr... There are few moments as special as the time of year when a...

  • 3 years ago
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    REVIEW: Briefs (London Wonderground 2015)

    Back in London for the fourth time and enjoying an extended run at London Wonderground’s delicious Spiegeltent, Briefs - an all-male Australian revue fusing circus, burlesque and drag - certainly d...

  • 3 years ago
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    That the original robocop is a shit film and you really only like it if you watched it as a kid.

  • 3 years ago
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    Is this any subscriptions?
    Empire Magazine - subscriber for 5+ years - always great and really useful for my never ending Lovefilm rental list (plus amazon prime instant vid inc). I'd still rate Lovefilm - we get 4 discs at a time and never go a week without watching them - our local cinema is the trafford centre in Manc and it's hell on earth, so we'd rather watch at home these days.

  • 3 years ago
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    Day job: I work in Research admin (nursing, midwifery and social work) which is really interesting (to me anyway!). I am the little cog that keeps about 150 other cogs turning and brings them together in one slick machine. I do a bit of everything, write policy, report the committees, comms and marketing, intranet pages, sickness, absence and a million other things. I love it because it is so varied.

    Part time:

    - I am a Parter in a burlesque business, now retired performer. We run a bi-monthly society meet up and source performers for private an corporate events an run burlesque hen parties in the north west. I am also, newly, assistant editor of 21st century burlesque
    - I blog for Time Out Manchester
    - I have a sewing blog that I get sent free stuff to review or make and I am self employed as a seamstress, so I make a few bits and bobs for people and other businesses

    I love all of the above as they're way more creative than my full time day job and if I didn't have them to keep me going I'd probably be very sad. Having the balance is really important to my happiness I've found.

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