Last night St David’s Hall opened their doors to the marvellous Navi and his King of Pop Tour. When it comes to tribute acts, this is the one act I’ve heard most about, Navi totally becoming Michael Jackson as he performs on stage. George has been getting into Michael Jackson lately, so it made sense for him to attend the show. After our night out at Killer Queen I knew George would adore seeing another…

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June is another exciting month when it comes to theatre and film, and so here are my top choices for the month ahead! Theatre New Theatre have so many fabulous choices this month, so it was super hard for me to choose. Theatre Woman in Black looks to be suitably spooky, running from 6th-10th June and they’re also showing one of my favourite films, The Graduate, and oh how I would love to see it…

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Sunday seems to be our regular cinema day of late, so yesterday we went to to see The Boss Baby at Chapter Arts, a film our children have been desperate to see since they first saw the trailer! I mean, who doesn’t want to see what a suit-wearing baby gets up to when he arrives in a taxi at Tim’s home one morning. The Boss Baby is on a mission, but Tim is onto him…

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Ever since I sat down to watch The Graduate I’ve been a fan of Simon and Garfunkel. Their music draws you in, from upbeat tempos to deep and profound ballads, they’re a duo like no other. Last night The Simon and Garfunkel Story came to St David’s Hall in Cardiff and I was super lucky to be able to attend. Once again, I was unsure what to expect, and as we bustled in I felt…

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Spark is in cinemas nationwide from tomorrow, and it looks like a blast! We have a poster up for grabs, all you need to do is follow the intructions on this tweet. Good luck! Terms and conditions are below… Giveaway Terms and Conditions: 1. This giveaway is not associated, endorsed or sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram or any other social media networks. 2. Age 16+ only may enter. 3. Entry via Twitter only. 4.…

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Last night George and I went on a little date together to see the fantastic tribute band Killer Queen. We were so excited to attend St David’s Hall, it’s so central and vast, and as we approached I could feel the buzz of all the Queen fans heading into the building. This was George’s first experience of what I can safely describe as a rock concert, despite it being a tribute act. I was worried…

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The Cardiff Fringe Theatre Festival has arrived and I was lucky enough to be invited along to see one of the performances. Moirai, a Big Loop Theatre production, set the stage at Jacob’s Market, a quirky venue in the heart of Cardiff. When we arrived it was buzzing with people, I love the theatre vibe, it is always so warm and welcoming. We headed to the bar to grab a drink and then we found…

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