Profiling TSS Business of the Month for March 2019 GUÐRUN & GUÐRUN and its co-founder Gudrun Rógvadóttir

  From its Faroe Islands base, knitwear company GUÐRUN & GUÐRUN connects Faroese sheep farmers and this northern archipelago’s wool spinning traditions; the craft of hand-knitting and the company’s social responsibility policy with the fashion (and lifestyle) customer who cares ‘about each other, the environment, our common natural resources and who yet want to be … More Profiling TSS Business of the Month for March 2019 GUÐRUN & GUÐRUN and its co-founder Gudrun Rógvadóttir

Stage Review : Betrayal (A Derby Theatre Production)

The story of Jerry, Emma and Robert is told in a kind of reverse chronology of events as to how the trio’s love lives were once intertwined. Betrayal is a memory play. Jerry and Emma meet in a bar in the opening scene. Conversation is polite and a little awkward. They haven’t seen one another … More Stage Review : Betrayal (A Derby Theatre Production)

Victoria Beckham says London 2012 was enough of a Spice Girl Reunion

The Spice Girls reunited for the London Olympics in 2012 (Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)Victoria Beckham thinks the Spice Girls performing at the London 2012 Olympics was enough of a reunion. Victoria reunited with bandmates Mel B, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Mel… via Victoria Beckham says she’ll ‘always be Posh Spice’ as she dismisses the … More Victoria Beckham says London 2012 was enough of a Spice Girl Reunion

Review of Dark Horse – The Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance

There is nothing more the silver screen loves than an underdog story, and the only thing better than a fictional ‘rags to riches’ is a real one. Dark Horse: The Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance is a documentary funded by the Channel 4 sister channel Film Four, that follows the story of a small … More Review of Dark Horse – The Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance

Stage Review – What’s in a Name? At Birmingham Repertory Theatre

In this rather fine Peckham home, French teacher, Peter is somewhat fixated with words, names and their meanings and he falls hook line and sinker for brother-in-law, Vincent’s wind-up about baby naming, and so ends up accusing him of being egocentric. Throw the all-seeing, all-knowing minds of their wives (Elizabeth and Anna) into the mix. … More Stage Review – What’s in a Name? At Birmingham Repertory Theatre