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16 May 2021

Victoria Kennedy gives her top 3 tips to become a powerful female entrepreneur

Victoria Kennedy is the founder and CEO of Victorious PR, a top-notch PR agency that caters to high-profile entrepreneurs and businesses. The agency specializes in public relations services like brand ...

15 May 2021

Saw VI revisited: The beginning of the end

We’re more than halfway through our revisitation of the Saw franchise now, ahead of the release of the ninth instalment in the series next week (May 17th, 2021). Today, we’ll ...
15 May 2021

Sinister Saturday: Moses Sithole, one of Africa’s most prolific serial killers

Many serial killers’ stories are followed profusely by the media, before and after their arrest. However, in a place where crime is so high, media attention didn’t perk up until ...

15 May 2021

Exclusive: Dead Man's Phone's Tafari Golding on the important issues raised by the new mobile game

ElectricNoir recently announced the launch of their new mobile-first "found phone" interactive crime drama, Dead Man's Phone. We got the opportunity to chat to the game's lead star Tafari Golding, ...
14 May 2021

Saw V revisited: The walls are closing in…

With a comic book and video game release, as well as the pursuit of other Saw projects, the horror franchise had completely taken over the mainstream by the time Saw ...

14 May 2021

The impact of digitization on visual arts, as per Bolli Blas

When everything closed during the pandemic, art galleries were among the first places to shut their doors. Artists who depended on these places to show their work became discouraged and ...

14 May 2021

Professor Green discovers new underground duo

London’s biggest underground duo of 2021 has been predicted by Professor Green. It was a case of one breakthrough artist discovering another, as Green took a virtual dive underground to ...
14 May 2021

Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K: What do we know about the new series?

Marvel is, as we know, knocking it out of the park this year with content. In the midst of the many amazing films we’ve been promised, such as Black Widow, ...
14 May 2021

Podcast of the Week: The Graham Norton Book Club

Spoken word entertainment is something Audible offer in a number of regards and now, they’re expanding their roster of original content with the new Graham Norton Book Club podcast. The ...
13 May 2021

Seven simple steps on how to look and feel more confident by Confidence Coach, Sarah Giles

As lockdown comes to an end, you might be getting ready to face the world again. Emotions might be running high and it’s no surprise that your confidence may have ...
13 May 2021

Alastair Spink discusses the importance of encouraging more women to play golf

A golf course can be an intimidating environment for women with the perception still being that golf is dominated by men, and while that is still true – it’s changing. ...
13 May 2021

Saw IV revisited: A new Jigsaw Killer rises

Saw IV marked the first time one of the films in the series would be written by someone other than Leigh Whannel, with Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan working on ...

13 May 2021

Trailer breakdown: What does The Forever Purge have to offer?

In 2013, we saw the beginning of The Purge franchise, where in America for one night a year, all crime including murder is legal. The first movie focused on one home ...

13 May 2021

IT Revisited: Looking back on Pennywise and the terror he brought to Derry

The horror genre is an open book; almost any story or idea can be placed in a creepy setting, and those ideas can be ever so eerie – if done ...
13 May 2021

One in three lockdown Brits dream of becoming an entrepreneur

New research by Virgin StartUp, to celebrate funding its 4,000th founder, reveals that one in three (33%) Brits dream of becoming an entrepreneur and would like to set up their ...

12 May 2021

Do we have to trade in our park dates and picnics for pints at the pub?

As pubs, amongst other things, begin to open back up again and people flock to the beer gardens, are we now preparing to bid farewell to the picnics in the ...
12 May 2021

World's Largest LGBTQ+ platform uses cookery and conversation to combat bigotry

“Taimi’s mission is to make the lives of LGBTQ+ people better. Taimi Talks is just one of the ways we work to achieve that,” says Taimi founder and CEO Alex ...

12 May 2021

Seven shows you need to watch if you love Eurovision

TV shows that focus on singing or performing may not be for everyone, but those who adore a sing-along are in for a treat with these series! From fictional shows ...
12 May 2021

Five of the finest female athletes you should always bet on!

Now, we don’t claim to be psychic here at Female First, but when it comes to sports and betting, there are a handful of female athletes and stars that should ...
12 May 2021

How having breast cancer changed my perspective by Leigh Howes

On 31st March 2017, Leigh Howes found out that she had breast cancer. As a successful Executive Leadership Coach and Business Strategist (www.leighhowes.com) and a mum of two, her diagnosis ...

11 May 2021

Saw III revisited: A test within a test… within a test

With Saw mania taking over the world, a third instalment was a foregone conclusion. With an increased budget once more of $10 million, Saw III brought in a whopping $164.9 ...

11 May 2021

Your five step guide to get the summer body fast

Summer is coming. So you may wonder: "How do I get a summer body fast with minimum efforts put in the gym?" Well, to surprise you – it’s possible to ...
10 May 2021

Nathalie Nicole Smith shares the inspiration behind her company, Women Who Boss

As a rule, the world tends to have something of a hang-up when it comes to bossy people. They are seen as overpowering, domineering, and uncompromising. This is ironic because ...
10 May 2021

The devastating effect of mask wearing for the deaf community

My name is Amy and I have a severe hearing loss in both ears. My hearing loss, with the available technology hasn’t been a negative thing in my life, challenging ...