Between work, life-min and all those weddings you absolutely must remember and be present at the celebration of, getting from one week to the next can start to feel pretty intense around about now. So we've been confabbing with meditative master and founder of Barefoot Yoga, Faye Fenton. Here are her top five ways to feel better and more present. *Warning — no heavy machinery should be operated during the reading of this week's issue.*
Of all the workshops hosted at the Herbert in Cov, the one that really caught our eye this season is this party clutch DIY. One of the few things we love more than a new wardrobe item, is the opportunity to brag about something we’ve made ourselves. So the chance to do exactly that and pick out lovely vintage and designer fabrics is just too much.
Hey. We’re not completely heartless. We’re not begrudging anyone the chance to celebrate love. But for those of us that are reluctant to pay over the odds for red roses and a set meal at a crazy busy restaurant, we’ve got some alternatives for spending the 14th either with your bestie, your valentine-phobic better half, or your sweet, sweet self.
Celebrating emerging artists that have graduated from the region’s art schools, New Art West Mids does a lil tour of BMAG, The Herbert in Cov and AirSpace Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent over the next few months.
The last production we watched by Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures was The Red Shoes and it was arguably the best thing to happen to us in 2017. So expectations were preeeetty high for Cinderella, Bourne’s piece that was originally performed in 1997 and is now touring the country.