Created in 2014, Carpe Diem Emmie is a Midlands based Lifestyle, Theatre and Travel blog. Ran by Emmie, a 28 year old woman based in rural Leicestershire.

In the day Emmie works in a primary school where she is passionate about inclusion and mental health. In the evening she escapes to the cultural world.

Wondering What To Read Next?

2018 Reads #03

The last time I sat and wrote my latest reads was back in April with the second installment of my 2018 reads (2018 Reads #02) and ever since I have lost my mojo with reading. I put it down to life stuff getting in the way, leaving with me little motivation to read (but I am trying!) 
Now that Summer…

18 Things I Want To Achieve This Summer.

It's officially summer and there's a heatwave on the horizon. Also in around 3 weeks I'll be finishing work and my Summer Holidays will begin. If you didn't know already I work in a school so I have 6 weeks to do as I please, of course, I have some work commitments but all in all I…

Rub Smokehouse & Bar, Nottingham.

When you dine in a restaurant you most definitely want to be somewhere where they have a clear passion for food, drink and creating a fantastic atmosphere. All of these ingredients are exactly what goes into Rub and from checking out the Nottingham branch it's easily a place I could visit agai…

REVIEW | 42nd Street - Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London

42nd Street Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.  ★★★★★
42nd Street has been on my list of shows I've got to see since it opened on 4 April 2017 and the raving reviews have made it difficult to resist. 42nd Street has a reputation for its breathtaking choreography and classic theatricality, bringin…

Accessible Hotel in London with Handiscover.

Finding a hotel that provides great accommodations for travelers with disabilities and for the people they are traveling with can be quite difficult. It's probably quite daunting when organising your plans, especially when the trip is to the UK's capital, London. It's also about findin…

REVIEW | Mischief Movie Night

Mischief Move Night Curve Theatre, Leicester  ★★★★★
If you aren't a stranger to this blog then you'll know that The Play That Goes Wrong is one of my favourite productions and so much fun! The original cast and creators are back with Mischief Movie Night, the improvised movie live on stage! 

REVIEW | The Band Musical UK Tour

The Band Musical UK Tour
Theatre Royal, Nottingham ★★★★★

The Band, a new musical from Take That has been giving its audiences throughout the country a night of nostalgia and good fun they'll never forget since it opened in Manchester last September. Another "jukebox" musical that stars f…

INTERVIEW | From Weasley to Wallace: Oliver Phelps in stage debut.

We all know that Harry Potter will always hold a special place in the hearts of those who still love everything about the franchise. Even if it is 7 years after the last film in the series was released. The stars of the series are up to some pretty fantastic stuff, and Oliver Phelps is the latest t…

My Career After University - 4 Years After Graduating.

This time 4 years ago I completed my Dance degree, packed up my attic bedroom and left Coventry University. It's 7 years ago I was a fresher, where has the time gone? I've written about my Perspective on Leaving University and my tips on You've Graduated, What Now? but I've never a…

The Cosy Club, Leicester.

The Cosy Club in Leicester opened nearly 4 years ago in a former Knitwear Factory on Highcross Street. The restaurant feels very much like it's been in the city forever. The former building on Highcross Street has been used since the 1800s. It produced all sorts of vestments including shoes, clothes, and hats. 

The original industrial feel of the site has been retained, giving it a real funky vibe. The Cosy Club has really made the most of the original features and it is a comfortable, airy and spacious place to dine. 

Leicester's Cosy Club provides some great in-house offers and events for their customers to enjoy, including their Great British Gatsby Murder Mystery Dinner Party in October. 

PREVIEW | Breaking Out Festival, The Bunker.

Credit: The Bunker
There are so many festivals happening in London during the summer months, including Underbelly which is bringing you the best in circus, comedy, and family entertainment until 30 September. If you are one for enjoying the opportunity to scope out other fantastic festivals, you definitely should check out BREAKING OUT.

BREAKING OUT is s a fantastic new festival based at The Bunker in the heart of London's Southwark area. The festival presents ambitious new shows from six of the country's most exciting theatre companies, chosen by The Bunker artistic team from 45 different projects. The festival is showing how The Bunker is seeking to become a forerunner in presenting some of the boldest work in the capital. 

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