Creepy Travels – Rome

I haven't written a Creepy Travels post in about a year! While I struggled with Rome, it is full of creepy places to visit. I'm sure there's many more for me to discover on further visits. The Museum and Crypt of the Capuchin Order (The 'Bone Church') I knew I wanted to visit here before …

Review: Dracula at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

On Wednesday 17th October, I ventured out to the Churchill Theatre to watch a new production of Dracula. Billed as a multi-sensory experience rather than just a play, I was definitely incredibly intrigued by this production. However, I wasn't really expecting much. I was so wrong. This production was so good! When I heard it …

My Experience at the 2018 London Film Festival

I was always going to go to the London Film Festival this year. I had planned on seeing many films, but due to my new job and a change in my priorities, my Festival planning had to adapt. Initially, I knew I would definitely have a day to go to the Festival, but wasn't sure …

My Top 5 Places I’ve Stayed

I've been lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel quite a bit and, while I've been fortunate to save on accommodation in places by staying with friends and relatives, I've stayed in my share of hostels and hotels. These are my favourite places I've stayed. 5. Stayokay Hostel, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Set in the …

Review/Rant: The Woman Who Fell To Earth

I loved Jodie Whittaker's Thirteen so much. This opening episode worked really well, in my opinion. It was similar in ways to The Eleventh Hour, with the disoriented Doctor working out who they are, but I enjoyed the pacing much more. The episodes written during Steven Moffat's time as showrunner always felt over-complicated and too …

Eugenius is coming to the West End! Yay?

Don't get me wrong, I loved Eugenius! It is an absolutely fantastic production; it's fun and it's infectious and I want the best for the cast and crew. So when I heard that it was transferring to the West End, I was ecstatic! Until I read on to find out it was transferring to the …

What I’ve Been Reading Lately-September 2018

September was very difficult for me mentally, and I struggled to do anything. I'm not surprised I didn't read much. Travel Letters by Lady Mary Montagu Wortley I picked up this book in an antique bookstore, and I was really looking forward to reading it. It didn't quite live up to what I had hoped. …