Tag Archives: Exeter

Autumn Playlist

Asgeir – Kings and Cross I have to credit the discovery of Asgeir to my friend Trevs, who introduced me to him as the ‘Icelandic Bon Iver’. Intrigued, I youtubed. Delighted with the result, Kings and Cross has been playing on repeat in our kitchen ever since. And long may it continue. The 2 Bears […]

Profile: No Guts No Glory

While Exeter may be overshadowed in the South West by its edgier big brother (…aka Bristol), the city does have a few things going for it in the art scene. Enter No Guts No Glory; an independent shop in McCoys Arcade which shows off illustrating talent from all over the UK, from the likes of Sandra Dieckmann‘s kooky critters […]

Life’s a Beach

While Exeter may not be bestowed with visits from any big name bands, an endless array of nightlife venues or many sites of cultural significance, the one thing it can boast of is beaches.  With sand and sea guaranteed at only twenty minutes away the beach is high up on any student’s to do list […]

Black Ballet

Every little girl grew up mesmerised by the ballerina. Whether she was the tiny figure dancing on top of a music box, or our teacher in the first class mum took us to at the local village hall; we all looked up to her with shiny admiration, secretly hoping we would have a prima ballerina […]


FORK is a day being organised in Exeter by the dazzlingly gorgeous Charlie Brown, in order to raise awareness and money for Tear Fund [http://www.tearfund.org/]. The idea is you skip a meal and the money you would normally spend will go towards the charity. Neat huh? So everyone in the area get down to the Forum […]

Because Sunday is the Day of Rest

This weekend I was joined by my extended family mainly from Cheltenham; Aunty, Uncle and lots of lovely cousins, including the other KB [also based in Exeter]. We started off with a dog walk along the quay, however after persistent rain and howling winds we stopped for Sunday lunch and then moved quickly onto the […]