Archives for April 7, 2019

Royal Baby Must-Haves From Zulily

Looking for cute spring clothes for the baby in your life? E-tailer Zulily has everything you need for the Royal Baby in your life (while staying on budget!). These choices are super cute!

Whether shopping for their own baby or looking for the perfect baby shower or “sip & see” gift for friends and family, Zulily launches a new store every day including everything one needs for a baby, from princess worthy outfits, to smocked rompers to toys fit for a king – all at brag worthy prices. 

Zulily Senior Buyer of Infant Apparel, Erica Williams, has shared some of the seasons top styles you might see the future royal sporting, as she partners with hundreds of brands (such Hudson Bay, Aden and Anais, and Laura Ashley), helping to launch thousands of products, specifically for baby:

·         Peter Pan Collars – Pair this classic style with tights and a skirt or with a under a sweater and your baby will be vying for best dressed.

·         Rompers and Smocking – These classics made a comeback with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and you’re sure to see the newest member of the Royal family following suit.

·         Delicate Lace – Lace detailing around the collar and sleeves will be seen everywhere this year and if the newest royal is a princess, she will be donning this delicate detailing.

·         White Layette – Head back-to-basics with white layette sets to bring your baby home. This look also nods to Meghan’s laid back, California-chic style. Don’t worry, there’s always bleach!

Credit: Thank you to Zulily and Zulily Senior Buyer of Infant Apparel, Erica Williams for sharing these fabulous tips with us!

Black Beauty at The Wallis Giveaway!

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Red Bridge Arts & Traverse Theatre Company’s
Created by Andy Manley, Andy Cannon and Shona Reppe,
This Re-telling of Black Beauty Blends Storytelling, Music and Puppetry
Friday, April 26 – Sunday, May 5, 2019,
Lovelace Studio Theater at the
Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts

 Red Bridge Arts & Traverse Theatre Company’s BLACK BEAUTY, a “five-star triumph” (The Guardian), gallops into the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts with a story of hope, friendship and courage from Friday, April 26 to Sunday, May 5, 2019, in The Wallis’s Lovelace Studio Theater. Created by Andy Manley, Andy Cannon and Shona Reppe, this re-telling blends storytelling, music and puppetry, offering fun and adventure for fans of the book, the UK’s classic TV show and those brand new to the tale. From the cozy horsebox they call home, Andy and Andy take the bit firmly between their teeth to weave the classic tale, as it has never been seen before. The production, which includes audience engagement, is recommended for families with kids ages 5 and older.

According to critics, Black Beauty is “fun, joyful and touching… a worthy recipient of the Black Beauty baton,” (The List) and “very funny and deliciously unique” (Sunday Herald).

“”We are fortunate to welcome back the talented Black Beauty team that delighted our audiences several years ago with White, their winner of three Edinburgh Fringe Festival awards,” says The Wallis’ Artistic Director Paul Crewes. “They are among Scotland’s most experienced makers of theater for young audiences, having produced highly regarded and internationally renowned work.”

Tickets, $25, are on sale now and available at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is located at 9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills. To purchase tickets and for more information, please call 310-746-4000 or visit

We have teamed up for a Giveaway! One winner will win a
FAMILY FOUR PACK to the Friday, April 26, 7 pm, or Friday, May 3, 7 pm, performance of Black Beauty at The Wallis. To enter leave a comment below! One winner will randomly be selected on April 12th at noon PST.

Red Bridge Arts & Traverse Theatre Company’s


Created by Andy Manley, Andy Cannon and Shona Reppe


Andy Manley and Paul Curley


Co-creator, co-writer & performer Andy Manley

Co-creator & co-writer Andy Cannon

Designer & Co-creator Shona Reppe

Creative Collaborator Ian Cameron

Composer & Sound Designer Dave Trouton

Lighting Designer Simon Wilkinson

Production Manager Suzie Normand

Technical Supervisor and Relighter Renny Robertson

Costume Assistant Elspeth Chapman

Scenic Artist Caroline Doney

Set Builder Luke Oldfield

Assistant Set Builder Tamlin Wiltshire

Filmmaker Sandy Butler

Red Bridge Arts Producers Alice McGrath and Jennifer Cummins

Originally funded by Creative Scotland