Our recommendations: February 2022

Our recommendations: February 2022

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Woodies Wheeler-Bennett
09th March 2022

Here at Thursday, we are constantly sharing things among each other and we thought we’d share it to the wider world. Here are our recommendations of what we’ve seen, watched, visited and listened to in February.


Sorrow & Bliss - Meg Mason 

The debut from New Zealand author Meg Mason tackles the issue of long-term mental illness through the experiences of a middle-aged women with wit and honesty. Released in 2021, Sorrow & Bliss is already a Sunday Times bestseller. 

Time to Think: Listening to Ignite the Human Mind - Nancy Kline

The power of effective listening is the essential tool of good management. Nancy Klines ‘Time to think’ tries to help you achieve this with a step by step guide that can be used in any situation. 

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Metronomy - Small World

We’ve recommend you listen to the soft electric sounds of Devon’s finest Metronomy. Their 7th album was released in late February and it’s been spinning in the studio ever since. 

Happy Place: Bjorn Natthiko Lindeblad

Listen to Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s interview on Fearne Cotton’s ‘Happy Place’. You can hear Björn talk about how calm can encourage clarity of thought and how he made peace with the idea of death. 

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We are late to this one, but our founder Simon can’t get enough of Billions and has ripped through the boxset this February. An aptly named show about Billionaire’s starring Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti.


A semi-autobiographical film about actor and director, Kenneth Branagh. We recommend you catch the Oscar frontrunner at the cinema (if you are lucky enough).

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Our designer Mitch made a trip to Denmark’s capital in February. With restrictions lifting both sides of the north sea, he managed to catch the capital in all its glory. If you fancy a laid back break then Copenhagen is the ideal place.

KAWS: New Fiction

Our other designer Paul managed to catch the KAWS exhibition at the Serpentine gallery recently. The international acclaimed artist exhibited new and recent works in physical and augmented reality.

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