Pantomimes are often synonymous with Christmas time, but they’re just so much fun and I think they should be on all year round. Obviously, this meant I was delighted to be invited to The Jungle Book, which is New Theatre Royal Lincoln’s Easter panto.
Today I am celebrating my two year soberversary! That is two years since I decided to give up the booze. Curious? If you’re rethinking your relationship with alcohol, I’ve put together a couple of my tips and my favourite alcohol-free drinks to inspire you.
Some couples choose to celebrate Valentine’s Day whereas “Galentine’s” or even “Palentine’s” Day has become more and more popular in recent years - both are celebrated on the 13th February and are days to celebrate your friends. With the cost, also comes the cheap plastic gifts when companies jump on the novelty of the holiday. This is my advice for a sustainable Valentine’s Day, if you’re looking for something more traditional.
On Burton Road in Lincoln, not too far a walk from Lincoln Cathedral, you will find the gem that is Pre-Loved from Lincolnshire and With Love from Lincolnshire. These two shops are located under one roof and you can really get lost while browsing the fabulous range of items it stocks. During lockdown and beyond we have really enjoyed walking past on our evening strolls to look at their gorgeous window displays to see what treasures are inside!
so many other families, it used to be a tradition when we were younger to go to the annual pantomime at our local town hall. It’s always such a magical experience, full of laughter and fun. Last week, I was invited along to watch New Theatre Royal Lincoln's 2021 panto, Beauty & the Beast.