If there is one thing we love, it’s local BBC news reports using innovative ways to display information and statistics. Here at Wish.co.uk we are proud that our Zombie Shopping Mall contributed to this fine tradition by having living cadavers holding up relevant facts scrawled onto torn bits of cardboard. Don’t believe us or convinced that the fabulous, much heralded, much imitated but never better experience at a disused shopping centre in Reading is real, then check out this glorious news report.
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Yay, our wondersome Zombies have conquered the Big Apple! As you can see from the cutting above the estimable New York Post (which we are going to assume is the American equivalent of The Times) got quite excited by the thought of our Zombie Shopping Mall. Well, those Yankee Doodles do love malls and malt shops and drive-ins – if the movies are to be believed.
American broadcaster Fox News usually dedicates their resources into things such as questioning the human heritage of their President and liking Sarah Palin. But it turns out that they also love our Zombie Boot Camp. Despite the fact that they felt it ‘wasn’t for them’, ‘gross’ and ‘I don’t want any part of it’ we could tell that behind the fear they were dying to head to Droitwich and embark on some zombie bashing. Take that liberal media! And if that has given you the urge to bash some zombies, get some more info HERE.
Love for our Zombies turns up all over the place (quite right too, as they are ace). Here’s the handsome and exceptional Ciarán Norris from Stillorgan, Co Dublin, extolling the virtues of our very own Zombie Boot Camp on the pages of the Guardian Guide. He points out its use should there be a Zombie apocalypse and manages to get a sly political dig in there (well it is the Guardian). Read the whole thing RIGHT HERE And if you fancy a bit of that yourself, then we urge you to head OVER HERE.
One intrepid reporter went searching for the naked truth at our For Your Eyes Only photo shoot. Metro‘s Laura Davis was slightly hesitant to get her kit off in front of the cameras in order to take a series of intimate photographs. But, like everyone who undertakes the experience, she was soon at ease and flinging off accessories as if they were in some way diseased. Read all about Laura’s adventures under cover (or not) and see more of her photos from the day RIGHT HERE. You can buy a voucher for your own shoot here.
For possibly the first time in the British Isles we’re attempting to show some solidarity with our filthy foreign neighbours, in an experience of supreme sauciness. That’s right, we want to send you a friend and another friend on a delightful weekend away! Together! Yes, that sort of together. The kind of together that occurs when a Mummy and a Daddy love each other very much, so much in fact that they decide to get someone else involved. We’re offering you the chance to break all sorts of taboos at a luxury 5-star resort in the Lake District, featuring champagne and chocolates on arrival, a room decorated with rose petals and fairy lights, followed by a slap up Cumbrian Breakfast the next morning. If you are not too ashamed too eat. You will also receive delicious chocolates, which may break the tension slightly. ‘Oh look, chocolates’, you can say to your companions, ‘that’s nice’ you can add awkwardly, before slowly closing the door and dwelling on what is about to happen. If you haven’t hurled your laptop across the room in blind, morally-outraged fury, this may be the perfect package for you. And you. And also *gasp* you! Enjoy this unique, thoroughly non-British,…
Plucky reporter Jill Reilly faced the horrors of our Zombie Boot Camp for Metro and lived to tell the tale… Despite failing to engage her weapon and being generally disturbed by the whole zombie mayhem thing, she survived the ordeal and needed to tell the world all about here exploits, as she did RIGHT HERE. After you’ve read about the fine, thrilling time she had, have a crack at it yourself HERE.
Swimsuit season has not been kind to us here at Wish.co.uk. We simply can’t believe how out of shape we’ve become and now that new beachwear we purchased for our big trip to the Canaries now appears mis-shapen and vindictive. But our shattered confidence received a much needed boost by news that we had made the shortlist for the Real Business Future 50 award, in conjunction with Red Bull. As you will all be aware, the Future 50 list chronicles Britain’s most promising and exciting startups. And we are one of them! Sadly our celebrations involved a case of Cava and an industrial sized tub of Nutella, so joy was short-lived. See a full list of the companies short-listed RIGHT HERE.