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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

5 March 2021

Jim Haynes: The man who had the whole world in his address book

Around the year 2000, I was working as a gopher for a comedy and music club in Paris. Shows took place on the banks of Canal […]
2 March 2021

Celebrating the works of Dr. Seuss

March 2nd marks the birthday of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss, a day to celebrate the crazy characters and unique world he created. Here we take […]
1 March 2021

5 exciting new museum openings planned for 2021

What to do on a Sunday afternoon during a worldwide pandemic? Well, honestly, you don’t have a lot of options. Of course you could go for […]
26 February 2021

Seville tapas bar renovations uncover 12th century baths

An incredible and beautifully decorated 12th-century Islamic bathhouse has been uncovered during renovations of a popular tapas bar in the centre of Seville, in southern Spain. […]
26 February 2021

Celebrating Yukon Heritage Day in Canada

Yukon is the smallest of Canada’s three northern territories, situated in the northwest corner of the country’s continental mainland, with its northern border touching the Arctic […]
25 February 2021

Around the World with Graham Greene

Escape. The word echoes around Graham Greene’s library. It’s there in the title of his 1980 autobiography, Ways of Escape. Nearly all his characters are in […]
24 February 2021

Emma Stone to play Cruella de Vil in the new Disney film

Following its first look revealed by Walt Disney Studios in August 2019, the first trailer has now been released for Disney’s new ‘Cruella’ film. The live-action prequel to […]
24 February 2021

10 unusual festivals around the world

We all love to celebrate events like the spring, harvest, religious events, and many more. A lot of them are related to tradition and history, and […]
23 February 2021

Eiffel Tower to receive ‘golden’ makeover for 2024 Olympics

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in the world. At more than 100 years old it has attracted more than 250 million […]
23 February 2021

Carmen Miranda will have a new museum in Portugal

The new Carmen Miranda Museum, in Marco de Canaveses, Portugal, with an estimated cost of € 1.1 million is expected to be be completed in June […]
23 February 2021

Carmen Miranda: The lady with the tutti frutti hat

Carmen Miranda, the extravagant and energetic lady with the tutti frutti hat, is a Portuguese-born actress and singer who became one of the biggest icons in Brazil. Maria do […]
18 February 2021

8 Dracula film adaptations

Even those people who have never seen an adaptation of the book know about Dracula and the iconography he represents. You’ll rarely find adaptations of Dracula […]
18 February 2021

The new and improved pyramids of Giza

4,500 years after being built by the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, the Great Pyramids of Giza are getting a revamp. The 17 million euro renovation aims to […]
17 February 2021

7 Museums in Brussels offer free entrance to university students during Carnival week

Seven museums in Brussels are accessible, free of charge, for all university students, from Saturday, February 13 to Sunday, February 21. This is a unique opportunity […]
17 February 2021

10 beautiful Instagrammable places in London

London, the capital of the United-Kingdom, is a well-known city not only for its business banks and Stock Exchanges but also as a tourist attraction, and […]
17 February 2021

10 most beautiful buildings in Europe

Europe has so many beautiful monuments with different stories and history behind them. Some of them have been listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. For […]
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