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Annie the Musical tour review

That old theatre adage of “never work with children or animals” must have been uttered by people who hadn’t experienced the talent and professionalism of the cast of Annie, which we were lucky enough to be invited to the press night of.

Visit Oscar nominated filming locations

Visit Oscar nominated filming locations

With the Oscars coming up  and everyone talking about Britain’s favourite actress, Olivia Coleman, we thought we would put together some spots you can visit that are appearing in this year’s Oscar contenders.

Glastonbury Festival Line Up So Far!

Glastonbury Festival Line Up So Far!

Following the previously announced Friday night headliner Stormzy and the Sunday teatime legend Kylie, Glastonbury Festival havw now confirmed this year’s final two Pyramid Stage headliners, alongside a first list of acts playing the Pyramid, Other, West Holts, John Peel and Park stages.

Are festivals actually good for you?

Are festivals actually good for you?

According to research by actual scientists, spending the weekend at a festival could actually be really good for your health and if that’s not a good enough excuse to book a ticket and get a bag packed, then what is?

What to expect at your first tattoo convention

What to expect at your first tattoo convention

There really are conventions for every interest! Whether you are into tattoos or trains or comics, there is an event for you and if you are heading to your first tattoo convention this year, here are a few tips to help you through the day.

Ten of the weirdest British Festivals

Ten of the weirdest British Festivals

You’ve heard of the likes of Glastonbury, Hey on Wye Festival and Reading and Leeds. People actually have full on breakdowns over the race for tickets and eagerly await the announcements confirming the line up, but Britain is also home to some more unusual festivals…

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Ten little bookworms help celebrate World Book Day

Spending just 10 minutes a day reading and sharing stories with children can make a difference to their development and wellbeing. To celebrate World Book Day (7 March 2019) many National Trust places will be holding special events for little and big bookworms alike. 

What's On Highlights

  1. Spring Events in the UK
    Spring is a wonderful time of year for exploring, especially in the UK where there are acres of fields and forests all starting to burst with colour. It is also the time of year that wildlife starts emerging after the long winter, birds return from warmer climates and you can see lambs frolicking in the fields.
  2. Food and Drink Events
    Eating is one of life's great pleasures and as the UK is home to some of the world's most iconic foods, the Yorkshire Pudding, Haggis and Rarebit to name but a few, and of course the multicultural society also means you'll find dishes from all over the world all on your doorstep.
  3. Family Friendly events
    Family friendly events happening in the UK. The UK is full of great attractions that are family friendly and great fun for all!
  4. Free events
    It doesn't matter whether you're watching the pennies or not, everyone loves a free day out, so if you're on a budget or just looking to get the most for your money, you're in the right place.
  5. Sport & Activities Events
    Here at Staytripper we aim to connect you with the best activities and events across the UK so you can make the most of your trip. If you’re a daredevil or someone who likes to stay active while you’re exploring new places, we can help you find the perfect activity for you.
  6. Festivals & Local Shows
    If you are a fan of festivals, then you are in luck! Staytripper aims to connect you with the events that you want to attend, including intimate music gigs, big scale musicals, dance events, food and drink festivals, community events, farm shows and more.

Destinations

  1. Cardiff
    Full of sound and colour, Cardiff is a jewel in Wales’ crown, there truly is something for everyone in this accessible and interesting city. From the hustle and bustle of the St David’s Centre and the traditional high street and arcades around the mall, the history and heritage of the castle and parkland. The city has an amazing street style and fashion subculture that you’ll notice by exploring some of the quieter shopping areas. Staytripper Cardiff is launching soon!

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