Times are really weird just now, eh? We’re all stuck at home and having to get used to the new normal. Anyone who knows me will know that I am a non-stop person, always keeping busy, juggling projects because that’s … Continue reading What do I do next?
Having lived in Edinburgh for over three years now, I often find that a lot of my friends and family come to me for recommendations of where they should go when they come to visit this wonderful city. Moreover, they … Continue reading My favourite places to go in Edinburgh
So Bake Off time rolls around again but on Channel 4 instead of the good ol’ BBC? With no Mel and Sue? And with no Mary Berry? How could it possibly be the same? Bake Off lovers everywhere are asking … Continue reading The new GBBO – is it still okay to love?
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
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
Over the last couple of years I have discovered, gotten into and now rely on the entertainment of a good podcast. It’s fun to just listen to a conversation and not have to think how to participate or respond, plus … Continue reading My top 5 podcasts
Yesterday I went to see La La Land at the Dominion Cinema and I don’t know quite how to explain how much it affected me. When the credit rolled I was literally speechless. I knew that what I had just experienced … Continue reading La La Land | Dominion Cinema