I’ve been looking for an opportunity to fundraise for a charity close to my heart for a while now. But when it came along combined with something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time, I couldn’t say no! That’s not to say I’m absolutely terrified. It is the world’s fastest seated zipline, after … More Ziplining for Noah’s Ark Charity | Fundraising
As I write this, we’re currently in our seventh week of lockdown and, as I’ve been on furlough ever since (and I’m a complete & utter introvert), that time seems to have absolutely flown by. While the UK has become a little quieter and our key workers continue doing an amazing job, the rest of … More What I’ve Learned From Walking Every Day | Fitness
The Hay Festival is an absolute must for any bookworm. Set in the idyllic town of Hay-on-Wye, the Hay Festival brings together authors, musicians and literary scholars from around the world to discuss current affairs and new ideas.
Behind every creative, there is a story. There is a reason why every dancer dances, every writer writes and every painter paints. I recently chatted to two Swansea-based artists, Graham Parker & Amir A Nejad, who exhibited their work last week in the Oriel Bach Gallery. Their collaborative exhibition, ‘Face to the Sea’, displayed the … More The Artist’s Story with Graham Parker & Amir Nejad | Art
You could be forgiven for missing the Elysium Gallery completely. Tucked away on a busy Swansea street, the gallery offers a break from the madness and a descent into a calming, tranquil space. Escaping into a different dimension is particularly apt for the current exhibition on display, Dalit Leon’s Time Signatures. Her focus for the … More Dalit Leon’s ‘Time Signatures’ | Art
I’ve got a book review for you today & with the Six Nations coming up, I thought it only right that I should review a book centred on rugby – in fact, it’s a Rugby World Cup thriller!