So BAFTA weekend is here! It’s one of my favourite award season ceremonies – not only because of the glorious Stephen Fry as host, but because it’s staged here in our very own London town.
It’s dark by 4:30pm, it’s cold outside, we’re back to early get-ups (eugh), commutes and routines.
We’re broke from over-spending at Christmas. We’re “dry” from over-drinking. We’re having to take action in the fitness and diet department from over-eating. We’ve had to put our Christmas decorations back in to the toy box for a whole year.
January might be the most depressing month, but here are just 5 ways it doesn’t have to be one big hangover……
Whether it’s a film or on stage, I love watching re-enacted accounts of music’s greatest and most memorable musicians and bands.
So naturally when the preview screening invite for “Get On Up” landed – a biopic about the life of James Brown – it was a no-brainer “yes” from me. (Adding an extra dose of excitement being a fan of all things soul and 50s/60s music).
I saw a preview earlier this week of the fifth instalment of the Step Up films – Step Up: All In and unashamedly I loved it!
It’s always a good start to a film when one of the first scenes is a judge saying to a group of (rather buff) male dancers, “Take your shirts off”.
I’m a huge fan of outdoor cinema. Taking a picnic blanket, a bottle of bubbly and a stash of my favourite snacks to watch a film outside on a summer’s evening is such a cute and enjoyable night out.