A longtime journalist, Bridget has written for a number of respected publications, including Vanity Fair, Forbes, British Vogue, Departures, Travel+Leisure, House & Garden, DuJour, Equestrian Quarterly, Refinery29, and A Little Bird.
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"YOU have the same number of hours in the day as Beyoncé" read a poster on Luisa Omielan's wall growing up. Now Luisa has completed four sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre, followed by a national tour of her one woman show What Would Beyoncé Do?
BASED on the true story unearthed in the historical novel The Wettest Country in the World by Matt Bondurant, director John Hillcoat's Lawless (with a script by musician Nick Cave), confronts the sepia-toned back alleys of American prohibition.
THE Port Eliot estate in Cornwall, owned by Lord and Lady St Germans, is the site of the UK's not-so-best-kept secret, the burgeoning Port Eliot festival: a collision of literature, art, fashion, food and music, where you're as likely to see actor Dominic West pushing a pram through the grass after his talk as you are to see elderly ladies in Sixties get-ups serving tea between puffs of smoke.
WE are all aware of the big life questions, having likely spent a few late nights with a bottle of red wine and a game of Scrabble dissecting the omnificent. Who created us? Why are we here? What is our purpose? Few dare to wrestle these ideas to the ground with the directness and force of Sir Ridley Scott's new sci-fi epic Prometheus.