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
Recently I had a discussion with one of my university business lecturers about how he can appreciate dancing but what most impresses him is how the choreographer can actually come up with the moves in the first place. He said … Continue reading Choreography: the magical process