Never shy of a jolly to the theatre, we popped down to the Soho theatre to see word-of-mouth success story ‘What Would Beyonce Do? The blurb (below) suggests a sing-a-long, fan girling, squealing fist pumping homage to one of the worlds most revered pop stars. However this show is so much more than an hour of female empowerment and a wiggle to some Beyonce tunes, Luisa has poignant messages on mental health and the role (and expected behaviours) of woman in society today. My belly aching laughs were momentarily swapped for genuine rolling tears, primarily through empathy, but then through the illumination of my own insecurities and mistakes. Not to be confused for a comedy show disguised as a therapy session, but rather a inadvertent subtle form of therapy, that catches us off guard when someone has the bravery to lay there souls bare in order for us to evaluate ours.
What Would Beyonce do? will not only lift you out your seat but uplift your spirits and perspective. Hats off Luisa Omeilan – I feel changed
If you are in Edinburgh during the festival, you MUST must must see this show, details below:
Flowing locks that flutter behind you effortlessly at the beach? Extra hair to experiment with the summer trends? A little change up for the longer nights?
All of the above!
We called upon Danique Hair to apply and style Beauty Works ‘Celebrity Choice weft extensions’ to give our hair that little bit extra, and I think the pictures speak for themselves. There truly is something magical and enchanting about extra long hair, so unlock the Princess in you and get in touch with the team…details below -
Beauty Works - http://beautyworksonline.com/weft-hair-extensions-1/celebrity-choice.html
Danique Hairdressing – https://www.facebook.com/danique.hairdressing
Photography by Rachel King
Styling by Timothy Lord
Make up by Carmen Procopiuc
Clothing supplied by Rokit Vintage
(Hair extensions by Danique Hairdressing and Beauty Works)
Wednesday saw the One Direction lads coming down to our set in Mayfair and ‘Why Not’ Edinburgh was out of this world – literally thousands of people, mental crowd and club still RAMMED at 3am. ‘Mac Twins go International’ starts this week, first stop….SPAIN.
Check out our #goodnightin for @Macmillancancer…
Click here to get involved too! …. http://nightin.macmillan.org.uk
Big Thanks to @hennieclough for editing!!
7am and 7pm all this week on – Sky 539 / Virgin TV 233 / Freeview 87/ or watch here..
Comedy Legend – Al Murray
Funniest Male Comedian – Harry Hill
Funniest Stand-Up – Paul Chowdhry
Funniest Female Comedienne – Morgana Robinson
Funniest Double-Act – Rylan & Gary Barlow
Funniest Panel Show – Celebrity Juice
Funniest TV Show – Cardinal Burns
Funniest Film – Keith Lemon: The Film
Funniest TV Personality – Angelos Epithemiou
Funniest Tweeter – Danny Dyer
Funniest DVD – Lee Nelson LIVE
Best Newcomer – Nick Helm
Funniest Podcast – Dave’s Comedy Podcast
Funny Columnist Award – Clemmie Moodie
Funniest Radio Show – Greg James – BBC Radio 1
We were delighted to give out an Award (To Royal Parks half Marathon – which we ran last year!) at Tommy’s Baby charity Awards, being premature babies ourselves its a cause close to home and we fully support all the amazing work they do!
For more info please check out their site here… http://www.tommys.org/awards