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My weekend in pictures: Travesties, the design of Harry Potter and breakfast in Beeston

Hope you all had a fun weekend. This weekend I visited London with a friend to watch the Tom Stoppard play Travesties currently playing at the Apollo Theatre starring Tom Hollander. The play is set in Zurich in the First World War and looks at the lives of the influential figures who called it home at the time. The play is funny, poignant, thought provoking and silly – making for  a truly enjoyable show. All the cast are superb too.


Whilst in London, we also went back to visit The House of MinaLima on Greek Street. Just around the corner from the Palace Theatre (Home of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), The House of MinaLima is an exhibition and shop of the graphic design from the Harry Potter films. The designers of the incredibly detailed elements which made the Wizarding World come to life are Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima. The shop is now staying open indefinitely and features some of the duos other design work as well as a new section dedicated to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

In addition to the amazing artefacts and reproductions on show, the building itself is magical with fairy lights, patterned walls and flooring and other little touches which bring the Harry Potter experience alive. If you’re in London and are a fan of Harry Potter, make sure you pay them a visit but be prepared to queue for a little while if you’re visiting on a weekend.


On Sunday I met a friend for breakfast at Edwards Canteen Kitchen in Beeston which was really delicious. I had the vegetarian – falafel, halloumi, egg, mushrooms, tomato and bread. I’d recommend Edwards  – delicious food and a chilled out atmosphere.


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