Despite the biggest public transport strike in London in decades, BST Hyde Park festival’s first (of three) weekend kicked off with the legendary Elton John and his stunning hand picked supporting cast of Rina Sawayama, Gabriels, Let’s Eat Grandma, Berwyn, Thomas Headon, Tom A Smith and Juanita Euka.
I was in the middle of the the cheering Hyde Park crowd witnessing what’s been labelled as the last tour of one of Britain’s greatest artists.
The United Kingdom offers plenty of opportunities regarding career, studies, and life in general. Because of this, it’s unsurprising that the UK remains a top destination for many immigrants and expatriates due to its bustling culture and natural beauty, among many others. However, if you’re considering moving to London, your visa application is one of the most important things you should prioritise.
The Summer of 2022 in London is really hot! And by this I mean it has really cool shows (forgive my pun!) across hundreds of venues. The city is filled with superb stars not only at BST Hyde Park music festival, but also in all theatres across the Capital.
After a three-year wait, the much anticipated Flamenco Festival at Sadler’s Wells celebrates rising stars and Flamenco legends. Featuring some of the biggest names in the art form, a unique opportunity to see world-class international artists in London. With something for everyone whether you like your Flamenco classical, contemporary or with an experimental twist.
A growing number of Brits are considering New Zealand as a destination either to retire, work, or as a place to raise their children. This should not come as a surprise since New Zealand has a lot of things to offer, especially for families. It is rated in the top ten countries when it comes providing the best quality of life, and it is full of natural beauty. It’s also a great place for people who are looking for a good work-life balance. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why moving to New Zealand as a family could be a great move.
With staycations on the rise and families once again looking to get away during the summer, it’s never been more important to pick the right destination. A study has named UK’s best beaches for families based on a range of metrics such as safety, friendliness and entertainment. Ventnor Beach on the Isle of Wight has been named the most child-friendly beach in the UK, and also boasted the best safety score of all shores analysed in the study. Runner-up top kid-friendly beaches included Woolacombe Beach in Devon and Whitesands Beach in Pembrokeshire.