I would have spent this weekend adorned in glitter, standing in a grassy field, with one hand holding an overpriced cider and in the other a stage map of the festival, working out who to see next without clashing with another incredible artist. For festival lovers and ravers like me, COVID has hit us hard. … More Scamming Online Festivals for BBC Newsbeat
I went to a festival of empowerment, titled Festival of Confidence for all women, by women for Winkball. I spent the day with women from different walks of life and enjoyed activities dedicated to celebrating and building confidence as well as inspiring talks and panels on everything from body image to burlesque to travelling solo. … More Festival of Confidence for Winkball
Unlike the political House of Commons, which you may think has similarities to a children’s playground, the House of Common festival was a different kind of experience altogether. No bullying tactics or political drudgery but rather positive vibes and a welcoming atmosphere. Created by the band Madness, they perform every year at Clapham Common, with … More House Of Common
In 2017, I didn’t go to any festivals at all. Not one. For someone who had been attending festivals for 6 years in a row and going to at least two a year, I felt I had a hole in my heart. A large gaping hole where I missed my body being covered in glitter, … More My Summer in Festivals, 2018
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