• Top 4th July Costumes

    The 4th of July has become a world-famous US holiday. This is likely due to the influence of American film and media around the world, as well as the fact that all those pesky aliens keep trying to take over the Earth every Independence Day. So how do us Brits celebrate the Fourth of July, es... View Post
  • Trooping the Colour

    “Wait a second. I thought the Queen’s birthday was on 21st April. Why is it being celebrated now, on the second Saturday of June (that’s the 8th June 2019 this time round)?” We hear you ask. The answer is quite simple: monarchs have traditionally held their birthday celebrations in the summer... View Post
  • Pride is the annual celebration of LGBT+ achievements and culture, as well as self-acceptance and legal rights. Pride events usually take place in late-June and early-July to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots, which took place on 28th June, 1969 in the Greenwich Village neighbourhood of Ma... View Post