The time has come, it's time to celebrate and there are many ways to celebrate. One of them is to plan a day trip or a weekend in Disneyland Paris. You think you can't afford it? Follow my magic guide. If you are tired of Winter Wonderland, let me tell you that Disneyland Paris is just across the road... well, across the sea. I tried to find you the best deals I could and surprise, I managed to plan a day trip to the magic park for £109. Planning a Christmas day trip like this one does not happen in one night, so rule number one is to plan in advance. This way you will find the cheapest prices. But planning ahead is not the only important thing, where to look for the best prices is also important. Around mid-November, the famous Eurostar company organises
It is well known that plants love music and that music stimulates the growing process of plants. But have you ever heard of sounds created with the help of plants? As it is mentioned in the Upliftconnect, “Forty years ago researchers at the Damanhur Federation of Communities near Turin in Italy started intensive research into plant communication, attempting to prove that plants were sentient beings. They developed a device out of this research, that can read the electromagnetic vibration of a plant and translate it into music.” An Italian born and now London based multimedia artist Matteo Chiarenza (Orlando DOOm) in the interview with The Voice of London explains how the plant music works. Orlando DOOm uses a plant and a synthesizer as well as a device that uses a MIDI inter
Long hours without a break, hundreds of spectators and the uncertainty of not knowing the earnings of the day- are those the difficulties behind busking? Thousands of street entertainers perform in the heart of London on a daily basis. However, do we really know the truth behind busking? The Voice of London decided to interview some of the city's street performers to gain insight into the world of busking. Words: Raquel Pacheco Video: Raquel Pacheco
Harry Redknapp took the crown on Sunday, but is Holly really our winner? Glued to our TV screens every night at 9pm, hoping to watch celebrities crumble under the pressure, waiting for them to scream 'I'm a celebrity get me out of here!'. Well, after three long weeks of, screaming, trails and kangaroo testicles the hit ITV show has finally come to an end. The final which took place on Sunday overjoyed its fans with former football manager Harry Redknapp being crowned the King of the Jungle - the first King since 2014. Holly Willougby plucked up the courage to take the role of Ant McPartlin for 3 weeks, in order for him to focus on maintaining his health after his recently public struggle with addiction. While many fans of the show, were sad to not see Ant on screen, scared tha...