This year I had the privilege of working for the Edinburgh International Festival. Now, the first thing I’ve learned I need to explain when I tell people about this (in case you don’t know) is that EIF ≠ Edinburgh Festival … Continue reading Thoughts on the Edinburgh International Festival 2019
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!
Biffy Clyro have been my favourite band since I was old enough to truly choose a favourite band for myself. When I was around 13 I really got into them listening back on their older albums, particularly attaching myself to … Continue reading Mon the Biff!
So a couple of weeks ago I went to see Beyoncé and Jay Z at Hampden Park in Glasgow and the gig was incredible, I had such a fun time. But there is something to be said for going to … Continue reading The struggles of a small person at a gig
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?
As this crazy busy semester neared its end, I found myself struggling between wanting to embrace the amazing, cosy, Christmassy goodness that Edinburgh is throwing in every direction, when really I needed to be focussing on my exams and assignments … Continue reading Friendmas festivities
Well, that’s the Fringe over for another year and Edinburgh breathes a weary sigh of relief. I love the festival and it has been so much fun but also a lot of work. My energy levels are dipping into the overdraft so … Continue reading The Edinburgh Festival Fringe in review
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