For the past 6 months I have been working in Communications at The Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. I was lucky to get this position as my university placement for this semester because I love it so much. Getting a feel … Continue reading My internship at The Lyceum Theatre
A year ago I decided to take a real crack at this whole blogging thing and 52 posts later, here we are. I wanted to blog because I really missed writing creatively and for fun, something I don’t have the … Continue reading A year of blogging!
I was making the most of having international friends from uni this week and went to visit one of my favourite people at her home in Belgium – somewhere that I’ve always wanted to go. And for once I didn’t … Continue reading C’est magnifique en Belgique!
I’ve been thinking about this topic a lot lately, and what started as a wee twitter rant kept playing in my mind and I realised that I’ve got something to say! I know that I am young and there’s so … Continue reading The trouble with subjective competition
After reading my post about what I got up to in the city the other week, you may be experiencing some Paris longing… which is totally understandable! I thought I would compile a bunch of tips for anyone who may … Continue reading Paris travel tips
For the longest time I’ve been dreaming of taking a trip to Paris with enough time to truly take in the city and finally this year I made that happen with my lovely bestie Hannah. I’ll be honest and tell … Continue reading Living the dream in Paris
The reason why modern ballet is great because it incorporates all different styles of dance – it allows for more compelling choreography that can hint towards comedy and makes for a more accessible show for a ballet novice, which is … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes (New Adventures) | Ballet Review ★★★★★
I had a lot of fun choreographing this wee piece, I was really inspired by the drama of it all! (Please forgive the wee wobble in the middle!) Continue reading Watch: Napier Dance Annual Showcase 2017 | Solo
When we were growing up, my sister was always the artier one. She would excel in art and would always be crafty and helpful to my mother in running her group of Rainbows (the youngest version of Girl Guides). I … Continue reading Promoting my talented sister | Claire Daniel Art