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Brits in LA Breakfast Club supported by Air New Zealand - Every Tuesday at Cecconi's

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Everyone Welcome - You don't need to be British, you just have to like us!

Every Tuesday Rain or Shine
Come join us for our weekly Breakfast Club this morning at Cecconi's West Hollywood Click on this link for full details plus info on the great discounts  that we have set up with   Air New Zealand

or email us at ANZCodes@britsin.lato receive the current discount codes for flight with Air New Zealand



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BRITS ON STAGE

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(and a few Australian & Irish ones too!) 

Make sure to visit us on Facebook @BritsLoveLA for ticket giveaways!
THE 1975
Greek Theatre
April 26th
Tickets Here

STEVE COOKE
Grafton Hotel
April 28th
Free Admission - Click Here

BENJAMIN GROSVENOR
The Wallis
April 30th
Tickets Here
Check Goldstar Ticket Deals here

LAURA MARLING
Mayan Theatre
May 2nd
Tickets Here

AIR SUPPLY
+Saban Theatre
May 5th Goldstar have a deal on tickets here
CRAIG DAVID
The Fonda
May 11th
Tickets Here

RICHARD SHELTON
The E Spot Lounge
May 12th
Tickets Here

PJ HARVEY
The Greek
May 12th
Tickets Here
GOLDSTAR have a few tickets starting at $25!
Click here to purchase

MATTHEW BOURNE 'EARLY ADVENTURES'
Bram Goldsmith Theater at theWallis Annenberg
May 17th - May 21st
Discounted Tickets available on Goldstar

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN
The Wiltern
May 19th
Tickets Here

SCOTTISH BALLET 
A Streetcar Named Desire
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

BRITS IN LA WEEKLY NEWSLETTER APRIL 22ND 2017

MEET A MEMBER - LAURA LOCHRIN FROM GLASGOW

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Meet Laura Lochrin from Glasgow, Scotland who moved to LA 5 years ago with her family, mainly to pursue a healthier outdoor lifestyle for her daughter who has Cystic Fibrosis



Laura soon settled into a new Californian life and she was able to take time to launch her Interior Design Business – ‘Laura Lochrin Interiors’.


Was there a particular reason you chose LA? I loved the lifestyle – the surfing, the hiking, the horse riding – and of course the Sunshine – definitely a little different from the West Coast of Scotland! Also we wanted our daughter to attend Children's Hospital Los Angeles

What do you miss most from home? Of course family… but other than that it's got to be the food!! It's ridiculous, when I visit home I know I’m leaving at least 10lbs up! I really miss a good Indian, a good Chinese, a chippy and Wagamama….I also really miss Sainsbury'sand*Marks & Spencer What was your first impression of LA and has it changed since? My expectation was always that it …

WEEKLY HOROSCOPES APRIL 14th 2017

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Your Weekly Horoscope by Anne Shaw  For the week of 4/22/17

If you would like a private reading with Anne you can contact her via
Email Anne at shawcastar@aol.com or call 310-392-1681 for a private reading Tarot and astrology! 
She is offering the following discounts Brits in LA members $85
Brits in LA Key Members $75

ARIES It is time to move closer to your goals that you likely set last month. If it is a new business idea all the better, It will be to your advantage to prepare, however not make the final move until early next month. Mars your boss in your money house looks promising.
TAURUS As you move into your birthday month you will feel so much better. Mars leaving your life and moving into your money house will effectively change your financial picture for the better. Its time for fun this week ahead. Happy Birthday!
GEMINI Your boss Mercury is still retrograde until early May, so with this in mindyou are best to remain low key. The good news is Mars the powerful male planet is moving in to y…

BRITS IN THE WOOD

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Thank you to Brits in LA members, Caroline Feraday and Claire Bullivant for inviting me on their new podcast -- Britsinthewood.com  Where they interview Brits who have made the leap and settled across the pond in LA.

It was a whole bunch of fun and excited to see where the girls take the show.

You can listen to my interview and many others at the webpage.



From the Nottingham Coal Mines to the Hills of Hollywood           
Craig Robert Young talks to Caroline Feraday and Claire Bullivant about being a working actor in LA, becoming a YouTube sensation and a rather dodgy job he once held at the Playboy Mansion. He is currently directing his own sitcom about Hollywood celebrity assistants, and together with the wonderful Eileen Lee, he runs the brilliant Brits in LA social group (a must for all Anglophiles to join). Son of a coal miner in real life, Craig explains how his first professional job was aged 10 when he played a coal miner’s son in Barry Hine’s 'The Price of Coal' at the …