Resilience is a quality that is probably not as glamorous as bravery or magnetism, yet it’s the bedrock which supports many a successful endeavour. The bulldog spirit of our wartime leaders is well known but it’s when the doubts crept in that their true character shone through. London also celebrates the life and times of music legend, Tina Turner who in recovering from abuse and digging deep when everyone told her to quit, is a shining example for upcoming artists to follow.
However, this pocket-sized candy-making venue isn’t just for the kids. As well as creating bespoke sweets while you wait, Spun Candy can cater for weddings, corporate team-building events and parties of all sizes. They also make gift boxes and run workshops where they pass on their candy making expertise to kids aged from five to ninety-five.
She’s already a Glastonbury veteran but fans will relish the chance of seeing her in the more intimate setting of the atmospheric Empire stage. Apart from her current pop grooves, Sigrid will be trying out new material together with some quirky covers as well as going back to her early Norwegian-based stuff.
The current hit film sees Churchill drawing inspiration from his people by way of a chance train journey. This may or may not have happened, but we can be sure that most of the major decisions that shaped history were made in a series of spartan rooms with just maps, phones and his thoughts for company.
Leaving the abuse behind, Tina resurrected her career from nothing and became an even bigger star in her own right. The story wouldn’t be the same without the songs and it might be awkward to find oneself enjoying the Ike & Tina years more than the 80s solo hits, but they are faithfully created with Tina’s blessing by a mega talented cast. Long live the Acid Queen!