Cakes, cheese, yoga and DIY football challenges… The A-List is our weekly round-up of things to see, do, listen to and eat.
This week, all from the safety of our own homes, we’ve been:
- ‘Unorthodox’, ‘Ru Paul’s Drag Race’, ‘I, Tonya’ and the latest series of ‘Money Heist’ on Netflix.
- The 80s classic, ‘Honey I Shrunk the Kids’ on Disney+ (over 30 years old and still a great watch – our seven-year-old viewing companion loved it!).
- Every episode of RTÉ’s ‘Home of the Year’ on RTÉ Player.
- ‘This Way Up’ on Channel 4.
- Laura Marling’s new album, ‘Song for our Daughter’ – just out today and it’s great!
Keeping Active With:
- Yoga with Adriene.
- Our very own football ‘keepie uppie’ challenge (that’s Emily – she’s in a never-ending competition with herself, and enjoying a high score of 26 this week!)
- ‘Don’t Think of an Elephant: Know Your Values and Frame the Debate’ by George Lakof.
- The new ‘Drop in the Ocean’ column from The Gloss, written by former #TeamAlice member, Holly Hughes.
Eating, Cooking and Baking:
- Rachel Allen’s carrot cake.
- Coffee traybake and this spicy roast fish with potatoes and tomatoes recipe, both from The Irish Times.
- A tasty takeaway from Daata Tandoori in Bray (that’s Ciarán).
- Lots of Sheridan’s cheese, thanks to an Easter care package from home (that’s Emma).
Looking Forward To:
- The next Happenings yoga session with Michael Ryan (yoga instructor to none other than President Michael D. Higgins!) – live every Saturday at 11am. The €5 cover fee goes to charity.
- Eating ALL the chocolate over the Easter weekend 😊
Happy Easter, everyone – stay home and stay safe!