Tag Archives: festival

SHOUT for Birmingham

Since 2009, the SHOUT festival of queer arts has aimed to provide a safe space for expression and celebration for the    ... more

Lederhosen and dirndls

Traditionally starting on the third Saturday of September and stretching until the first Sunday of October, Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer    ... more

Fotografía, Artes Visuales y Madrid

For the last 19 years, the PHotoEspaña festival has endeavoured to educate and expose guests and artists alike to a variety    ... more

Brew at the Zoo

Whilst Boston may be a city known for its important historic role in the American Revolution, presently the city may be    ... more

Something to Taco ‘bout

There are many things which Los Angeles, California may be known for, such as Hollywood, it's beaches and the affluent areas    ... more

The wiener takes it all

This weekend, the fourth annual Chicago Hot Dog Festival aims to take place in Lincoln Park, Chicago, where local vendors such    ... more

Hello…it’s Glastonbury!

Taking place on Wednesday the 22nd of June until Sunday 26th, Glastonbury has announced last week London born singer Adele was    ... more

Returning the music

New York based band The Strokes are currently back in the studio and are set to release a new single. Since ‘Modern    ... more

Bright lights and nordic tales

Reykjavik is a city thriving within Iceland’s recent popularity as a travel destination.  The multicultural influences that have become prevalent within    ... more

Tasting the difference in culture

Impressive skylines, crowded streets and unimaginable variety; these are just three things that may be found in New York City. Home    ... more

Preparing for Indian festival fun

By Shiv Handa  aged 12 years old. It is the time of year when many Indians, all over the world, prepare    ... more

Nine nights of life and colour

As the sweltering, humid heat of monsoon season draws to a close, India comes alive with an atmosphere and celebration. The    ... more

A festival of giant proportions

Located within its eastern borders, Catalonia is the autonomous region of Spain that is home to one of the largest metropolitan    ... more

Beauty in equality, on the salt flat plains

Landlocked between seven neighbouring countries, Niger hosts the sweltering, desert plains and stark landscapes expected of a West African country. Named    ... more

Galloping through native culture

As the dust settles on the great dry-land plains and the sun rises above the colossal mountain ranges, the beauty of    ... more

A festival of legends and life

Amid the sweltering rainforests, jewel blue coast lines and bustling cities, sways the rhythm of a colourful nation. Brazil’s identity is    ... more

Parade through time and beauty

Just off the Indian subcontinent of South East Asia, lies the pearl of the Indian Ocean. A Mecca of biodiversity, the    ... more

The legend lives on

Deep within the expanse of green, beyond the wooded pastures, dwells a legend of English heritage. Sherwood forest is 400 acres    ... more

The sweetness of the summer harvest

The first few weeks of August have traditionally marked the end of the sugar season in Barbados, and ever since the    ... more

Dancing through South America

Argentina is the second largest country in South America, and eighth in the world. Its terrain is vast and diverse with    ... more

The festival of equality and discovery

Belgium's tidy farmland resembles that of middle England, with a few more colourful windmills scattered across. Its ordered hedgerows are matched    ... more

A day of worship and celebration

Landlocked in the south of Asia, lies Nepal, a mighty country located within the Himlayas and bordered by China and India.    ... more

Painting the town red

Buñol is a small historic town in the province of Valencia, roughly 40kms west of the autonomous capital. It is a    ... more

Racing through a nation of colour

Beyond the commotion and tumult of Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore in the north, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats    ... more

Beyond dreadlocks and reggae

Located along South Africa’s famous Garden Route, Knysna is a coastal town surrounded by lush and ancient forests. The town is    ... more

Heart racing adventure

In the northern region of Navarra three things may be expected; breath-taking landscapes, rich monumental history and world famous festivals. From    ... more

The march of historic freedom

Northern Ireland is renowned for rolling green farm lands, beautiful coast lines and famous geometric pillars. Each of its 6 counties    ... more

Streets shaped by art

Linz, a city located in the north of Austria, is a place of new impressions, surprises and experiences. As the third-largest    ... more

Hooping through Berlin

Berlin is the city for the traveler; it is young, multicultural and still finding its feet as the coolest destination in    ... more

Discovering hidden beauty

Made up of largely under-visited towns and cities and huge areas of under-traveled countryside, Ukraine may be often described as a    ... more

Breathing more life into the north

The historic county of Yorkshire stretches as far as the small town of Sedbergh in the west, Middlesbrough and Whitby in    ... more

A city coloured with culture

Driving along Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road has become a permanent feature on the ‘Bucket List’ of many a traveller that    ... more

The Scrumdidilyuptious 50th anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

It’s 50 years since the incredible Roald Dahl first put pen to paper and created the most famous children’s book ever    ... more