Now you can’t go to a festival with a name like John Smith (sorry, all the John Smiths. Nothing personal.) You need a proper festival name. Because going somewhere like Glastonbury can lead to lying in the Healing Fields pondering, life, the universe, and wondering who you really are. Nothing doing on the first two, but fortunately, we can help with that last one. Find out your festival name and base all your future decisions on it.
Yes, the time is upon us. Glastonbury beckons. Which means our very own festival veteran, Sam Orbaum, has talked of nothing else for weeks and is about to put on his #Glasto OOO. To compensate for his absence, and in the sure and certain knowledge that nobody else knows (cares?) as much as he does, he’s left us with the…
10 YEARS THAT MADE GLASTONBURY
Since the first 1,500 people arrived in Pilton in 1970 to the mammoth 170,000 strong crowds that now pack the fields of Worthy Farm,
Fancy yourself as a festival veteran, or does even the mention of no showering for days have you backing away in horror? Love it or loathe it, Glastonbury is upon us once again, and we’ve got the best quiz around for you to discover once and for all what kind of festival go-er you are. Let’s do this thing…
Avocado Hand and the Cloud Eggs… Not only is this the name of my next band, it also happens to be the culmination of the current top food news.
It’s been quite the fall from grace for the ‘grammable green fruit. It really Hass. In a modern day morality tale, unseen since the likes of Dorian Grey, filters, hashtags and the occasional radish garnish have worked to conceal the sinister secrets of the avocado.
Working in PR and digital marketing doesn’t mean a lifetime stuck behind a desk. We’re constantly on the road, visiting clients, attending events and more. Just like Chloe here, making short work of the journey to our client, Lion Walk Shopping Centre, in Colchester.