It’s Payday…Treat Yo Self!: January
It’s that magical time of the month once again, when you are finally dragged from the depths of despair knowing that your monthly paycheck is about to hit your account. Now of course here at XWHY we are all about promoting financial responsibility, so we expect that you’ve already paid your rent, bills and all that other boring stuff and so it’s now time to…Treat yo self!
I imagine Oil drums aren’t normally high on anyone’s list when it comes to interior design, however Theo Alexander Home have changed the oil drum game with these made to order storage drums. The drums can be used for anything from laundry to toy storage. All you have to do is share your design idea and they will do the rest.
No longer do you need to be one of the bad guys polluting the sea with excess plastics, the water bottle of your dreams has arrived. Stay Sixty have developed 3 launch colourways for you to chose from, but by far the most important design feature is the removable bottom that allows for easy cleaning!
I mean it’s a show that has Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as the subject matter. I don’t write theatre shows, but if I did… It’d be this one. Get your tickets HERE
Two brothers from Widnes are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for the disability charity, Sense, by hosting a comedy gig next month in London, featuring top talent, including Jon Richardson, Josh Widdicombe and Chris McCausland.
Stu and Tim Mather are the brothers behind the event, which will take place on Thursday 22 February. Tim (43) was inspired by his daughter, born with hearing and sight impairment, to support Sense, a charity that supports people with complex communication needs. His brother, Stu (38), was able to use his personal connections, through his work as a TV comedy producer, to attract some of Britain’s top comedians for the event.
Doors open at 19:00, with acts to start promptly at 19:30pm, on Thursday 22nd February. Jon Richardson, Josh Widdicombe, Suzi Ruffell and blind comedian Chris McCausland are already confirmed. A limited number of tickets for the event, priced at £17.50 are still available. All proceeds will go towards the work of Sense.
To purchase a ticket please visit TicketText: http://bit.ly/sense2nd
For some posh nosh on the go, head over to Broadgate Circle to try out the soon to be legendary Schmaltz Chicken.