Alright, baby – we’re back! This feels like it’s going to be the first proper return to the Edinburgh festivals this year after the pandemic and I can’t wait to pop over to Edinburgh and make the most of what’s … Continue reading My top 10 picks for the Edinburgh Festivals
I love a podcast, I do. I listen to them an equal amount, if not more than, music. It’s the perfect thing to listen to whilst you’re travelling somewhere. Some of my faves are things related to some of my … Continue reading 5 podcast recommendations
This year the common theme that threads together my Fringe faves has been some fiercely fantastic females. I’ll be honest this has been a year where I wasn’t drawn in to seeing as many shows as normal but what I … Continue reading Fierce females made my Fringe
As is my annual tradition, I have done my deep dive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival programmes equipped with my highlighters and sticky tabs. I find myself getting pickier as the years go on, probably … Continue reading Edinburgh Festival picks 2019!
It’s that time of year again as the busiest month of the summer approaches and Edinburgh braces itself for the onslaught of visitors and fringey fun! Each year when they release the huge Fringe programme I get excited because it’s … Continue reading My Edinburgh Fringe picks 2018
I’ve found myself loving quite a few things recently so if you’re looking for something to watch here are my recommendations of the moment! Queer Eye (Netflix) – oh my goodness, it’s been a while since a new programme has … Continue reading Looking for something to watch right now?
I like to think of myself as a bit of a Fringe planning afficionado. Proven by the fact that I have managed to organise my August with 25 shows to review and a further 20 shows just for fun, managing … Continue reading My Edinburgh Fringe picks 2017
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 ★★★★★
As technology evolves and more and more streaming is how we consume our entertainment, we have witnessed the rise of online streaming subscription companies like Amazon Prime and Netflix and as their subscriber numbers grew, they manage to expand into … Continue reading 10 Netflix shows that are proving the digital revolution of entertainment
I haven’t really been a birthday fan since I was about 12 just because I always find them a little underwhelming. You end up with a million people who don’t really speak to you wishing you well and asking if … Continue reading Birthday contemplations and celebrations