On Sunday, My Partner M and I headed over to Greenwich for the Greenwich Comedy Festival. M had surprised me with tickets to the comedy festival as i'd never actually been to a comedy show before. This was an unusual Sunday for us, as we usually swear by the holy 'Lazy Sunday' and we also rarely leave the flat on weekends, let alone get the tube as one of the perks of Zone 1 living.
We had some time to kill before the show started so after a little wander we found our way to Greenwich Market where we bought 3 beautifully handmade kaleidoscopes. M had been looking for an interesting one for quite a while and a case of 'right place, right time' led us to these ones. I tried on a pair of round sunglasses on another stall and even though i'd never felt so 'fashion' in my life, I couldn't help but feel a little ridiculous.
After a quick non alcoholic drink in a local pub, we headed over to the National Maritime Museum where the Comedy Festival was taking place. a quick bite to eat and some impromptu magic from a magician who was fond of eating cards (not really) and of course a bag of candyfloss, it was time for the show.
There were four comics on stage throughout the evening - Ardal O’Hanlon, Nina Conti, Shappi Khorsandi and John Robins and we had such a fun time at the Comedy Festival and I look forward to the next comedy show we attend!
Blouse: Forever 21
Coat: AX Paris*
I'll be sharing the make up details in another post.
So there we have it - life, layers and laughter. I hope you've enjoyed this lifestyle and slight fashion post. I'm never too sure if people like these types of posts so do let me know in the comments if you'd like to see more or less of them.