Freebies, Food and a Film!


This Tuesday me and The Goth celebrated six years since we met and two years since we got married, we both took the day off work, rare considering we’re both self-employed and headed up town for a day out of freebies, food and a film.


We started off at the V&A for some freebie exhibitions.


The Prix Pictet in the Porter Gallery showcasing work by artists such Michael Wolf, Benny Lam and Saskia Groneberg on the theme of Space.


We also swung by Soviet Visuals exhibition which took some walking around the third level until we stumbled upon it. It was only two rooms but interesting to see the development of style.


Then we headed over to My Old Dutch on Kinds Road for Pancakes.


Then we had a little walk up and down for me to take some photos which will be coming in another blog post and also to walk off lunch a bit. We then headed to the cinema on Fulham Road to watch Alien Covenant.


I’ve missed quite a few releases recently just due to laziness. I don’t do well with sitting in the same spot for too long as I get numb bum syndrome, which is hard considering most films these days are over two hours long but some films should be seen in the cinema. I have to say I wasn’t a fan of Prometheus but I did like Covenant.

And that was just my little post of what we got up to on our anniversary.

4 thoughts on “Freebies, Food and a Film!

  1. Congratulations to you both on your anniversary! It looks like you both had a lovely day off together, and the weather was definitely on your side for it too. Those pancakes looked so good! I really need to see Alien: Covenant, I know that a lot of people didnโ€™t like Prometheus, and while I enjoyed it, I was definitely left wanting more from it, as I found it more atmospheric than anything else so Iโ€™m hoping that Covenant brings that. โ€“ Tasha

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  2. Thanks Tasha, it was a very lovely and relaxing day ๐Ÿ™‚ Prometheus was definitely set up for sequel, if you like that then I’m pretty sure you’ll like this, though it’s more in line with the Alien films than Prometheus was I think.


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