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Cider Crawl, North Central London. Episode 3: Euston Cider Tap

I’m making my way though Euston train station, on a cider crawl. This may be the first ever cider crawl, in fact, I’ll trade mark the term. 532 more words


Coming CLEAN - I couldn't LIE!

My OWNING IT Blog by Catherine Hoffman 

Oh my – There was a large group of new peeps and old regulars to Urban Lifeclass in our new room at The Place Dance Centre in Euston on the day I was leading, so that was encouraging – but once we got the room sorted I noticed I HAD LEFT ALL MY NOTES ON MY KITCHEN TABLE!! 557 more words


Orchestrating Energy - Sunday Seminar May 24th - Euston/Kings Cross with Rebirthing Breathwork. 12noon - 8pm £70/50

In the creative world it’s easy to be dominated by other peoples controlling energy, or outside of this sphere, like in an office, the same over-powering tactics can often operate. 678 more words


Wellcome Collection: Forensics: The anatomy of crime and The Institute of Sexology

Yesterday me and Jacob visited the Wellcome Collection on Euston road. We saw the exhibitions labelled; Forensics: The anatomy of crime and The Institute of Sexology. 190 more words


snapshots of london

I love working in London. I have been in my current job for nearly a year and a half, and I’m really enjoying it. Whilst I am surrounded by concrete and brick, I try and keep my eye out for nicer things, like these trees against the blue sky, which, believe it or not, was taken down by the side of Euston Station. 160 more words

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First cousin's first time support at the Vic ...not to mention L*t*n (Apologies)

I couldn’t decide if I was cold yesterday or just nervous. Friday night’s result had gone well for us with ‘Boro beating Norwich. But the fact that on paper we should win the game against Birmingham made it all the more scary. 1,356 more words

New gallery opens to reveal old posters in a subterranean world

The Fitzrovia Gallery is an elegant new space that has recently opened at 139 Whitfield Street. Owned and run by three long standing local residents, Sarah McDonald, Suresh Pushpananthan and Michael Skelly, their manifesto is to “play a key role in London’s creative and cultural landscape. 428 more words