The following is a guest post. I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being. – Oscar Wilde
The following is a guest post. For me, and I think many others, January always feels quite bleak, and I find it all too easy to sink into a bit of a funk (the non-stop rain and dreariness we’re getting in England at the moment doesn’t exactly help matters either).
The following is a guest post. As soon as you see a red telephone box, you recognize it, and it usually conjures many thoughts in your head. If you are British, it takes you back to the days when they were plentiful, if you aren’t British it may remind you of a holiday to Britain […]
Manchester is home to some of best food in Britain (Curry, anyone?), the setting for many timeless TV moments and it’s the birthplace of the UK’s musical hall of fame.
The following is a guest post. For many servants in grand English country houses, Christmas was a time of hard work but could also be the highlight of their year: perhaps the only occasion on which their loyal service would be acknowledged and rewarded.
The following is a guest post. Here is guest blogger PS Gifford’s interview with Roddy Radiation, the lead guitar player from The Specials, done exclusively for Smitten by Britain.
The following is a guest post. In this guest post, writer Jessica Sajovie gives her opinion on recent visits to three German Christmas Markets in the UK. It is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all German Christmas Markets available in the U.K. For a list of available markets visit christmasmarkets.com.
The following is a guest post. Few toys are as timeless as the Lego brick. The famous building toy has charmed young and old alike for more than half a century, with kits featuring everything from castles to spaceships. There’s truly something for everyone, including the Anglophile.
The following is a guest post. Britain has produced many of the greatest writers of all time. Most might argue that William Shakespeare top the list as the greatest of them all, but with all due respect to the Bard, in my opinion that honor goes to another: Charles Dickens.