This romcom hardly puts a foot wrong. Very funny. I haven’t laughed so much since Paddington 2 😊
This is a fascinating and easily digestible book about vaccines and a timely reminder of how they have saved millions of lives and prevented lifelong debilitating illnesses.
This is a delightful, humourous story of a lonely, quirky woman who overcomes traumatic childhold loss, with the help of newfound friends, and makes us look afresh at societal norms.
I was very lucky to have bought a couple of tickets for the sellout Hokusai exhibition at the British Museum. Hokusai was an incredible artist who continued to produce great works until his death at 90! View photos Hokusai – productive til the end
A mixture of stuff but definitely worth a visit 😊 View photos Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Without any plans, we ended up at the BFI to see Newton and director’s Q+A, part of the London Indian Film Festival. It examined the complexities of democracy in India (and around the world) in a satirical, simple and charming way. A lovely small film: catch it if you can 😊