Find our recommendations of the best venue to go for every occasion; smoking friendly venues near to major attractions and events or special days happening around the UK. Get inspiration for where to go and the places not to miss!
This really is a festival for all the food-lovers out there, with 3-full days of workshops, talks, demonstrations from professionals and experts like Aldo Zilli, Norman Musa and the award-winning cheese-maker Sean Wilson, it's getting people high on food and dieticians low on hope.
And it’s all held in the stunning and historic setting of Syon Park, located just across the river from Royal Kew Gardens.
Smoke & Mirrors is not only Bristol’s only boutique magic bar and pub, but the only place like it in Britain and they have the location to match such an esteemed claim. Hidden in the heart of Bristol’s theatre district, you will be able to enjoy an evening of mystifying magic, a friendly atmosphere and topical cocktails (such as the “Debbie McGee”).
It’s a frequently asked question for the employees of airports: “Where can I go to smoke?” And depending on where you are in the world the answer will differ.
But with smoking banned in all enclosed places in the UK, those of us who wish to, can only smoke if there is a designated area, or face a fixed penalty charge (this includes the use of e-cigarettes and vaping devices).
Beltane is one of the four traditional Gaelic seasonal festivals, and is held on the 1st May to celebrate the arrival of Summer. This ancient celebration was originally held to protect cattle, crops and people, with great feasts being held around giant bonfires, whose flames, embers and ashes were believed to hold protective powers.
And in this modern-era of central heating and antibiotics we thought we’d leave the bonfires on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill, and help our fellow Glaswegians set the city alight in a way only they can…by celebrating the best pubs and bars the City has to offer.