Born in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, grew up in Atherstone, Warwickshire. After 6th Form, studied Hair & Beauty at North Warwickshire College of Technology and Art.Read More
As summer holidays draw to a close we begin to think about routine again. The kids will be back at school, the suitcases are probably back in the loft, the flip flops are being popped on the shoe rack and replaced with shoes and boots, the coats and woollies have been retrieved.
Dentistry, blood letting & the birth a new science – We explore the gory past of the traditional barbershop!
Shane O’Shaughnessy, owner of The Dandy Gent barbershops in Derby, has frequently talked about his desire to recreate the ‘traditional’ barbershop experience – and many would agree, he has done a pretty outstanding job of achieving that.
Lilygrey is at the forefront of eco-friendly haircare. According to the latest market research, cosmetics of the future (including hair care products), will be natural, personalised, socially responsible and technological, and Lilygrey’s new stock reflects that desire.
This September, The Hairy Dog has a bunch of events and gigs on offer for you. Don’t miss out on a great summer for alternative music fans nationwide!
Back again for the sixth year, this great fundraiser saw many bands play, some for free, to raise funds for Macmillan cancer relief. This year, despite distractions from the World Cup, a fabulous £800 was raised over the three day punk extravaganza, with not a hint of any trouble whatsoever.
Derby Festé will arrive on 27, 28 and 29 September with a bag full tricks and a sprinkling of magic.
Hoping to become Derby’s hottest export since Lara Croft, These Wicked Rivers are transmitters of muscular, riff-heavy Rock ‘n’ Roll that nods to everybody from Black Stone Cherry to Clutch and Soundgarden yet some way they manage to sound original and vital.
Metal Fatigue are a five-piece rock cover band based from Derby. Formed in 2011, the outfit were established on the back of a previous line-up which collapsed and eventually formed into what they are today.