Calling all you shopping addicts out there, it’s time to drool over independent boutiques that are scattered the country. Nowadays everyone wants something different, they want unique style to show off their personality. More people are turning to clothing boutiques to give them one-off pieces of clothing, with edge, class and style. [Continue reading…]
Scotland’s shopping capital seems to be bucking the trend if the number of new luxury and designer stores opening up in recent months is anything to go by. Clothes retailer Pretty Green and new lingerie store Boux Avenue have bagged themselves an established presence, while upmarket supermarket Waitrose opted to open its first purpose-built store here in posh Newton Mearns.
You can travel from Manchester City Centre to virtually anywhere in the city through its networks of buses, trams and trains. Although many of these are privately run, the Greater Manchester Transport Executive (GMPTE), now known as ‘Transport for Greater Manchester’, is the body responsible for public transport in Manchester. [Continue reading…]
Buy, buy, buy! Birmingham, the UK’s second city is one of the best places to go shopping in the UK. With Selfridges serving a whole host of designer goods, from Mulberry to Paul’s Boutique, there is a place to go and something to buy that will suit every taste and budget. I recommend the Bullring, Selfridges, All Saints and the monster sized H & M. [Continue reading…]
As a regular viewer of televised stand up comedy I decided that it was high time to visit a live show at one of the many comedy venues in Manchester. Me and my partner decided on the Comedy Store at Deansgate Locks because it is well-known, in a good area of the city and surrounded by trendy bars.
There isn’t another drink on earth that beats a properly made cocktail. Whether you’re a Mojito lover, a Gin Fizz fancier, a Martini girl or Bellini babe, get the right cocktail, with the right proportions and you’re in heaven. [Continue reading…]
Fashion, we all love it right? Man, woman, girl or boy, come pay day, how many of us can resist a wander around the shops? Whether your tipple of choice is the high street; designer, second hand, discount warehouses or vintage, Birmingham has it all. [Continue reading…]
There’s plenty going on in Glasgow over the summer months (and we’ll tell you all about it on this blog) but one of the biggest events of 2011 has to be the opening of the new Riverside Museum next month (June 21). [Continue reading…]
Coffee is one of those products that seems to have transcended being a mere beverage, and become a status symbol, energy source and essential crutch. [Continue reading…]
Stuck for entertainment in Glasgow during June 3 to 26? Hardly!!
The West End Festival turns its back on the recession by promising yet more acts and events than ever before at what has become one of Glasgow’s biggest – and most diverse extravaganzas – in recent years. [Continue reading…]