The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is my favourite time of year. There is so much to do in the city that by the end of the month you’re completely burnt out – which is self-inflicted but I wouldn’t have it any … Continue reading My Fringe binge and festival faves
As a super relaxing pre-Fringe holiday I decided to take a flying visit to the capital for some pretty incredible theatre. It’s been a long time in the making but I managed to bag two of the hottest West End … Continue reading Super stagey Saturday | Hamilton and King Lear
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
Last week I headed back to my fave place, London, for a wee birthday trip with my mum. We were super excited about this trip because we had finally booked to see shows in venues like the National and the … Continue reading Musical, ballet and theatrical perfection | London 2018
The other day I was listening to a panel podcast about the gap between politics and reality. Naturally, because it was something I was listening to, it was through the lense of how these things are portrayed in the theatre … Continue reading Where does our identity come from?
2017; the year that brought such delights as the unfathomable Brexit, Trump and all the fun that his supporters brought to the world, global warming, police brutality, lots of sexual harassment from the entertainment industry, La La Land not winning … Continue reading What did 2017 bring?
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 ★★★★★
Another year calls for another trip to London to try and satisfy my insatiable need to go to the theatre. I don’t think I’ll ever be done until I’ve seen every single show in existence, which could take me a … Continue reading The annual West End trip | London 2017
I find it interesting to see how other classic mediums of communicating art like literature and print media are continually descending in popularity whilst film and television rise. We have a society of people who like to zone out and … Continue reading Theatre will never die