Fifteen years ago my family bought tickets to go and see Miss Saigon at the Edinburgh Playhouse. I was studying Acting and Performance at college at the time and annoyingly I had a show on the same night as Miss … Continue reading Miss Saigon: A review
This book has recently been made into a film, but I didn’t actually know that when I started reading it. My friend told me once I was half way through and now I can remember seeing the trailer and I … Continue reading THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS: A REVIEW
It took me a whole month to read it, well nearly. 30th April to 25th May, so just short of 28 days to read the tome that is the 720 page A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara. A book that … Continue reading A Little Life: A review
Don’t touch me. I didn’t give you permission. You know that’s assault? You don’t, do you? I imagine you wouldn’t be doing it if you did. I hope you wouldn’t. You think it’s funny? It’s not. You slapped by bum … Continue reading Don’t touch me.
So I was nominated for the versatile blogger award by the lovely Carol who blogs over at Born into the Wildlife . She writes about life and identity and her posts often spark further conversation on the topic. Carol is … Continue reading Versatile Blogger Award
Well this is exciting. I have never been nominated for one of these before and in the last two weeks I’ve been nominated for three! Since I only post once a week it might take me a while to go … Continue reading Sunshine blogger award
You know those Facebook competitions that flood your newsfeed; ‘like and share to win a two night stay in this hotel’, ‘tag two friends and share for your chance to win a meal for two’, ‘like and share this post, … Continue reading Cocktail masterclass at Aluna, Bristol