5 mn read Yes, we’re having an Awards Ceremony on Nov 23rd at Hoxton Hall and they will be fun, flamboyant and fierce. And there will be dancing to reggae and world music by two of our wonderful members who are both DJs, Becca Leathlean and Debbie Golt. Yes, these awards are to celebrate getting older with panache, […]
4 mn read Caroline Rosie Dent, 59, was one of our guests at the Death Dinner (screened tonight for the first time at Barts Pathology Museum). She is an end of life Doula, a jeweller and a death cafe host. Be warned – if you’re courting Caroline, never bring her cheap chocolate! WHAT IS YOUR NAME? Caroline Rosie […]
7 mn read Recently, there was a panel discussion on ‘Midsters’ and whether they were leading a colourful life. We sent well-being and fashion expert, Rebecca Weef-Smith along to find out what it was all about.
5 mn read The inimitable club owner and author Sophie Parkin talks to writer, Susi Osborne. And helps us to not be so London-centric. Susi Osborne, 69, was born in Winsford, Cheshire and still lives there, just not in the same house! She is married with two children. In 2006 she had her first novel published, in 2011 […]
7 mn read When I was young, I didn’t realise I might be good at flirting because I didn’t know I was doing it….
2 mn read Linda Devo has charisma shining from her pores. Thank goodness, she’s just formed a rock band. HOW OLD ARE YOU? 46 WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Bristol WHAT DO YOU DO? I teach art in a mainstream school 3 days a week, one day a week with a 15 year old rock god who is autistic. […]
3 mn read Since I spent most of my adult life working on top-shelf magazines and reviewing fetish clubs, I found it quite easy to be comfortable in my own skin.
4 mn read Rebecca Lowrie, The Sexual Alchemist, reflects on turning 50 and what that means for the next 50 years…
5 mn read I’m one of the world’s oldest ravers and I’m still raving. I consider it a radical act of defiance against the fear machine that promotes hard work until retirement, after which you’re expected to tip-toe quietly towards death
3 mn read I read somewhere that laughing can burn as much as 40 calories every 15 minutes. If that’s to be believed, each Lady of the Hot Tub must burn off at least 300 calories during our time together or roughly three glasses of wine.