Ahhh 2020, what a ridiculous year. It’s been very different from usual life (obviously) but the best thing I think it presented was a really valuable opportunity to pause and reconsider a lot of things. The biggest realisation for me … Continue reading 2020: the year of pause
I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for a long time and finally scheduled to write it this month, little did I know how relevant it was about to become! This is not about the current pandemic because tbh … Continue reading Learning to be alone
This is something that I’ve been thinking about for a while now. It all started when I was in Paris two years ago and looking at some of the most beautiful buildings that I have ever seen. I’m always drawn … Continue reading Why are there no new landmarks?
Hannah Witton is one of my favourite bloggers, and recently she posted this blog post about how she feels about accepting that she is growing up, not in the physiological ageing sort of way but in a personality and activities … Continue reading Growing up and getting boring | a response to Hannah Witton
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 ★★★★★
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