Our favourite Goth Bands
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World Goth Day is here. It’s a day for the gothic subcultures to embrace and show who they really are from the inside, as usually a generic part of their social group shy away from the public eye and feel much more at ease amongst people interested in the same things, like music, clothing, art [Read more…]


Our favourite Goth Icons
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World Goth Day is approaching us. It’s a day for the gothic subcultures to embrace and show who they really are from the inside, as usually a generic part of their social group shy away from the public eye and feel much more at ease amongst people interested in the same things, like music, clothing, [Read more…]


The Anti-Joy of Goth
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The 22nd of May 2018 is World Goth Day. Not a celebration of the blonde-tressed hunks that invaded 5th Century Europe, but of a British sub-culture that fled the mosh pits of the 1980s. World Goth Day is when we devote some headspace to a creative and wholesome side of our national identity… and it [Read more…]


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British Sandwich week is here (Sunday 20 to Saturday 26 May 2018) – a week-long celebration of the ultimate on the go food – The Sarnie! Sandwich, sarnie, baguette, cob, bap, buttie, or whatever you call it in your local area, the sandwich is possibly the most iconic British culinary invention ever. John Montagu (1718-1792), [Read more…]


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Goth Events
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World Goth Day is approaching us. It’s a day for the gothic subcultures to embrace and show who they really are from the inside, as usually a generic part of their social group shy away from the public eye. Events all over the world will be hosted with one thing in common, the grungy, dark [Read more…]


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Ooooh, fishy, fishy, fishy, fish (and chips)
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The 1st June 2018 is National Fish and Chip Day: a nationwide celebration of the dish and a chance for eateries, farmers, fishermen and retailers to be recognised for their contribution to a Great British cultural icon. It is organised by the National Edible Oil Distributors Association (NEODA) and if you’re interested in getting involved [Read more…]