Sue Ryder Vintage Lock In

  In February Sue Ryder V&R in Leicester held a hugely successful ‘Lock-in’ event which raised £520 in aid of their charity. The night commenced with a champagne entrance and Chuck Berry; not to mention endless slices of homemade cake. Ticket holders were then given...

/ 26th March 2013

The King in the Car Park and the Iceman in the Museum: Is the way we treat our deceased acceptable?

Puffy eyed Richardian Philippa Langley certainly made for interesting viewing on Channel 4’s Richard III: The King in the Car Park. The poor lass tried to tame her tears throughout. Compared to springy haired presenter Simon Farnaby, and bemused bone...

/ 26th March 2013

Film review – Mama (2013)

My hopes weren’t exactly high for Mama. I had the feeling it would just be another horror film thrown out into cinemas with the branding of a well-known director as an executive producer – in this case, Guillermo Del Toro. The film extends on...

/ 26th March 2013

Bowties, baddies and brunettes

Sophie gets us ready for the upcoming return of Doctor Who to our screens and lets us know what we will can expect  in preparation for March 30th So who is excited about Doctor Who returning to our screens on March...

/ 26th March 2013

TV series of the week – New Tricks (2003-)

Show Details Cast – Dennis Waterman, Alun Armstrong, Amanda Redman Created by – Nigel McCrery, Roy Mitchell Running Time – 60 minutes   This weeks must-see TV series is written by Gee who shows that even elderly men can get back on the...

/ 26th March 2013

To tweet or not to tweet

To tweet or not to tweet, that is the status. Having just celebrated its seventh birthday, Twitter has gone from strength to strength in its short life. Now I personally only joined the Twitter train last year and I found...

/ 26th March 2013

The 5 Games We Should Remember Michael Owen For

Last week Michael Owen announced his retirement from football at the end of the season. Owen has played over 400 games for club and country, scoring 203 goals in the process. Many will remember his heroics in 1998 and 2001...

/ 25th March 2013

Oh YouTube, When Will the Updating Stop?

Facebook and YouTube have always had one problem in common throughout their separate existences: They have always had a problem with updating their website designs. To the average user, the constant changing can be an annoyance, since they would have...

/ 25th March 2013

Student fries flatmate’s hamster

A British student has been banned from keeping animals for eight years after frying his flatmate’s hamster. The York University student, James White, 21, said: “I f****** fried it!” in a drunken stupor to the police upon their arrival at...

/ 25th March 2013

Richard III exhibition extended

An exhibition about the discovery of Richard III’s body in a Leicester car park has had to be extended due to high demand. The exhibition, at Leicester’s Guildhall, will stay open until 2014 with details of the operation to find...

/ 25th March 2013