For many, it’s the little things that have been missed most during lockdown life. Like the freedom to enjoy a spontaneous day out at the zoo when it’s sunny. Or to take the kids to the park for a picnic when the clouds finally break. It’s only when you’re told that you can’t do these things that you realise how much you were taking them for granted before… when things were ‘normal’. That’s why we’re so thrilled to finally see some of our favourite outdoor spaces reopening – albeit slowly, and cautiously.Read More
If there’s one thing Brits have missed more than getting their hair cut, it’s got to be the humble beer garden. Enjoying a cold pint in the sun is surely one of the UK’s most sacred summer rituals, which explains why so many seem to be chomping at the bit to get back at it.
After months of waiting with bated breath, the doors to our favourite watering holes are finally about to reopen this 4th July – only things are going to be looking a lot different to the usual image of the mighty British pub…Read More
Picture this: you’re at a gig, cool tin of beer in hand; The Streets are blaring hits new and old from an actual outdoor stage in front of you, the sun is shining and the aircon is… on? Yep, this is the drive-in gig, and it’s set to change festival-aficionados’ lives forever (or at least for this summer, anyway).Read More
If ever there was a time the world needed yoga, it’s now. It feels heavily ironic, then, that avid yogis had their go-to classes cancelled overnight because of Covid-19. Thank god for the internet though (possibly the slogan of this entire crisis), which has enabled yoga teachers to continue to reach their clients, and to tap into larger audiences too.Read More
When you consider the recent mid-pandemic rise of the virtual pub quiz, the phrase ‘couldn’t write it’ springs to mind. Especially when acknowledging that it’s become entirely normal to see celebs like Stephen Fry, Lenny Henry and Helen Mirren getting involved, or that ‘The Covid Arms’ is officially a thing. Sure, most of us are desperate to get back to our favourite watering holes, but we think online quizzes may have found a permanent place in our hearts, too.Read More
We’re fortunate at Ticket Tailor in that our Head of Operations, Emily Coddington, joined us from a company that was entirely remote (even in normal times!). So when the “C-word” sent us into lockdown, we had our in-house expert on hand to teach us a thing or two about how it’s done.Read More
“How will you help forge a gender equal world?” asks the front page of the International Women’s Day website, which got us to thinking (we do that sometimes) –
Who better to kick off the discussion than some of the brilliant women who have made it their life’s mission to redress the balance? Lucky for us, a whole bunch of them are running events through Ticket Tailor, meaning we got to chat personally with the trailblazers who are collectively organising the mass destruction of gender bias in business and beyond.