As the DVSA prepares to unveil the newest driving test data for April 2023 to March 2024, personalised number plate supplier Regtransfers spoke with Sophie Stuchfield, a driving instructor with a 15-year background in training students. She is also known for sharing driving test advice on social media under the alias @TheOnlineDrivingInstructor. Together, they discuss the most frequently seen faults in UK driving tests over the last decade.
In February Moxie Brawl, the award-winning inclusive dance theatre company, presents its latest family friendly show Punk Alley at The Place, London (14 Feb 2024) and Déda, Derby (17 Feb), following a tour of Ireland and the UK last autumn.
A loud, wild, and unapologetic performance that combines live and original punk music with high energy dance, Punk Alley is a show for everyone that asks the big questions and gives young people the space to explore what is most important to them.
From the comedic mind of Tina Fey emerges a fresh take on the modern classic, Mean Girls. The narrative revolves around the new student, Cady Heron (Angourie Rice), who ascends the social hierarchy, encountering the elite clique known as “The Plastics.” Led by the conniving Regina George (Renée Rapp), with her minions Gretchen (Bebe Wood) and Karen (Avantika), Mean Girls explores the challenges of high school life, love, and the quest for self-discovery.
“Alan Turing – A Musical Biography” will be on at Riverside Studios until 27 January 2024. It’s a show that tells the amazing story of Alan Turing, acted by Joe Bishop with help from Zara Cooke. It was created by Joel Goodman and Jan Osborne, and the script was written by Joan Greening. The whole show takes about 80 minutes without any breaks.
Here we go again… inevitably January and February are tough months for our mood. I am no exception and, as a Mediterranean person, I feel the January blues. Blue Monday – this year on 15 January 2024 – is considered the gloomiest day of the year. It is scientifically proven that it coincides with the prevalence of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), affecting up to 2 million people in the UK annually. London Mums share practical lifestyle changes to address mood, sleep, physical health, and overall well-being. We have tried and tested all these tips and the great news is that you don’t need to spend any money to make yourself happy.
It’s New Year and time for resolutions – which we all know are much easier to break than to keep! But if you’re struggling with menopausal symptoms, this could be the time to make some essential lifestyle changes and fortunately Katie Lane, CleanMarine’s Nutritionist is here with 5 top tips that will set London Mums on a better menopausal path in 2024.