Tag Archives: ireland

Satin Or Satan

Our trip to Ireland to film Dana’s music video was extremely enjoyable with its fair share of memorable moments. Having missed our original ferry from Stranraer to Belfast, and spent most of our intended day of departure in Stranraer FC … Continue reading

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The Trouble With Ferries

The trouble with ferries it that for some reason or another we struggle to catch them. No matter how much time we give ourselves there is, through no fault of our own, almost always a hitch en route which causes … Continue reading

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Food Fit For Rugby

Well it’s another rugby weekend with Wales playing Ireland and Italy playing France today and the infamous Calcutta Cup game between England and Scotland tomorrow. Would be wonderful to see our Scotland rugby team pull off a win and their … Continue reading

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World Book Night

Last night was World Book Night which saw a million books being given away at homeless centres, pubs and hospitals all across the United Kingdom and Ireland. The scheme is a fantastic initiative which aims to raise the profile of … Continue reading

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