Music Festivals 2018

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All hail festival season. From house music to rock’n’roll, pop music to grime, r&b to funk. There’s nothing quite like it. If there could be a rule which everyone in their early 20’s should do, it’s no doubt experience a music festival. Not only does it reassure your faith in humanity but it might just change [Read more…]

Beer Festivals 2018

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Festival season is upon us. Unlike, say, music festivals, beer festivals are hardly mainstream. When you think of beer festivals, you may picture balding men with beer-bellies wearing shorts and socks with sandals swilling beer in some local community hall. However, today beer festivals and real ale are popular with people of all ages and [Read more…]

St Georges Day is upon us, and so, its time to celebrate our patron saint of England. Leicester will be hosting its annual family-friendly fun festival on Orton Square in the Cultural Quarter. Saturday promises to be an action-packed array of entertaining activities including a dragon hunt, parades, fancy dress, to name but a few. [Read more…]

Nottingham Poetry Festival 2018

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Since 2016 the Nottingham Poetry Festival has been a massive success and now in its third year, the line-up for this year’s festival looks fantastic. The wonderful festival starts on the 20th of April and will last 10 days with a preview happening on the 5th of April. A whole host of writers and poets will be [Read more…]

Food Festivals 2018

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Food glorious food! A delicious snack or a scrumptious roast it doesn’t matter because we all love food. So, what better way to get excited about our food than to visit a glorious food festival. Now, food festivals take place across the world from Nigeria to Australia and the USA to the UK giving you a brilliant [Read more…]

This March, the UK Asain Film Festival will be hosting a 12-day celebration of independent Asian film screenings and events in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leicester and London.  This year also marks 20 years of the People Act 1918, enabling women in the UK to vote for the first time which is why the screenings are female centred! The opening of the [Read more…]