My Favourite Podcasts – 2019

I've written two posts like these before, but as I'm always looking for podcast recommendations, I thought I'd share what I'm currently listening to. I love all of these podcasts, and hope you find a new favourite too! The Faculty of Horror. The Faculty of Horror is a fantastic podcast based around horror films. Based …

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Annabelle Comes Home: A Film Too Far?

Honestly, when I decided to see Annabelle Comes Home (Gary Dauberman, 2019), I was fully expecting it to be a luckluster end to the Annabelle films. I was not expecting it to be good, and I was looking forward to laughing at how bad it was. But I thought it was...actually pretty good? There will …

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge Theatre, London

On 9th August I found my way to the Bridge Theatre to see A Midsummer Night's Dream. I was desperate to see this play, mainly due to Gwendoline Christie's casting, and I'm so glad I got to go before it closed. I was interested in this play partially due to the theatre. Having seen a …

Writing Update #24: Breakthrough

I've been really struggling with my writing recently. Work has been very stressful and I've not been dealing with that very well. I've been really lethargic and dealing with some health issues as well, so my writing has really taken a hit. Until last week!  I was just going through my notes for Vita when …

Review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium

On Wednesday 24th July my mum and I went to the London Palladium to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. A classic musical, neither of us had seen a professional production, even though I had been in a production as a child! I was quite impressed with the production. The musicians were fantastic and …

Generator Hostels – Paris vs Amsterdam

When planning our trip to Paris, accommodation was a big problem for us. Booking so last minute, we were struggling to find an affordable place to stay. We decided in the end, as we had enjoyed staying at Generator Amsterdam so much, that we would just book Generator Paris. Here's what we thought of both …