@cheesefestuk held a festival for cheese lovers like myself in Liverpool this weekend.

This was such a great idea to get myself out the house to do something different.

I took my mum with me and we really enjoyed the time spent.

VIP PASS – £22

We could get ourselves some free halloumi fries or mozzarella sticks each. We got both!

We also got ourselves a free drink from the bar; prosecco and wine.

There were different stalls around selling cheese from different countries. Crazy cheese and unique cheese.

We tried many different cheeses as we wandered around. My favourite was the chilli and lime pictured below.

I’ve also never seen so many coloured cheeses.. Do any of these put you off?

There were stalls for nachos, burgers, grilled sandwiches, mac and cheese and pasta. My favourite is the melted cheese wheel where they pour it on your food.

There was even cheesecake! I had to try a piece of the mango one. Yummy!

The most Instagrammable cheese were these cheese bombs! Created as a gift originally for a friend who moved to Australia. All of the varieties she makes are amazing!

We had a great day out together, very rare that we have time to go out.

Thanks for reading guys!

Comment below your favourite cheese!

With Love, V x


Saturday 18th November

I had such a lovely girly time in Liverpool on Saturday. We met up and checked out a few shops before heading for some cocktails and food.

We had a nosey at some of the Christmas markets and enjoyed a glass of prosecco.

It was very busy so we booked a table at Zizzi for a meal before the concert.

I had a meatball and pasta dish with 2 christmas cocktails: both a passontini.

We then danced our socks off to the Vengaboys and Steps. I tried to remember all the dance moves even though they started when I was 3 years old!

Such a good night!

Did any of you go and see Steps too?

Thanks for reading this short post!

With Love, V x

The Bodyguard

On Saturday I went to go and see The Bodyguard in theatre with my mum and sister as a late 21st present.


To make things easier we were going to get the train as the theatre is practically right next to it in Liverpool. They weren’t running, so we had to drive. Luckily we had enough time to get there and then walk from the echo arena to the theatre!

I couldn’t wait to sit down! Usually I’d complain that I don’t drink when I go anywhere due to me driving all the time but I chose to be a big kid and have a raspberry slush and wine gums haha.

Anyway, the show started with a loud gunshot which made everyone jump out of their skin! I vaguely remember the film so it was my fault for not watching it before hand.

The girls were such amazing singers throughout! The only downfall was the audience. I’m not one to be dull but, when the someone wolf whistles the bodyguard as a joke more than once it tends to become a sad act.

It was getting to the point where everyone started doing it and the girl playing Rachel Marron couldn’t even be heard through the audience.

I was quite disappointed when I found out that Alexandra Burke wasn’t playing the part of Rachel Marron during any day shows. I was really looking forward to her performance, however the girl how did play her during the day was amazing!

During the show they used songs of Whitney’s which were newer too as well as the old ones. The finale was amazing! Everyone ended up giving a standing ovation and began dancing and singing. The cast got everyone to join in.

I would of loved to of seen one of Whitney’s shows while she was alive. This show was such a good way of remembering her incredible voice!

It was such a good show! If you ever get the chance to go and see it make sure you do! You’re missing out!

Hope you’ve all had a great bank holiday weekend!