Review: Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre in London

Aladdin was the only musical I was determined to see this year and I finally managed to! It was brilliant, and was easily the best night out I've had in ages. The plot is slightly different than the film; Aladdin is a young man who steals for a living along with his friends Babkak, Omar …

Film Review: The Madame In Black (Vinsencius, 2017)

'The Madame in Black', or 'Svarta Madam' is a Swedish 24 minute short film written and directed by Jarno Lee Vinsencius. It centres around two siblings, Alex and Emma, who play a childhood game they used to play and are tormented by the object of the game, the Madame in Black. I came across this …

End Of An Era: Pretty Little Liars Endgame (Major Spoilers!)

So finally it's over! Pretty Little Liars has finished. We know what's happened to the liars, how it all connects and most importantly, who A.D. is. I found Pretty Little Liars on Netflix a couple of years ago and binge watched it. Since then I've been quite invested in it and its characters, although since …

Review: Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

On Saturday 10th June 2017, I took my mum to see Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley for her birthday. The show starred Joanne Clifton from Strictly Come Dancing as Millie and overall, we enjoyed it. Honestly, if I was going to see a show this is not what I would have …

Review: The Addams Family at New Wimbledon Theatre, Wimbledon

On Saturday 20th May I was able to attend the matinee performance of the Addams Family at the New Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon. The Addams Family Musical is the story of what happens when Wednesday falls in love with a 'normal' boy and invites him and his family over for dinner. This production is part …

Review: Priscilla: Queen of the Desert at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley

I was lucky enough to be able to see Priscilla: Queen of the Desert on opening night (16th May 2017) at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley. The musical follows a drag queen named Tick/Mitzi, who on a search to meet his long-lost son, goes on an adventure in the Australian desert with Felicia,m another drag …

Review: Hot Fuzz 10th Anniversary Screening and Q&A

On Saturday 6th May 2017 I took my dad and sister to a special screening at the BFI Southbank. Hot Fuzz, one of our favourite films, has just had its 10th anniversary, and the BFI and Loco Comedy Film Festival were hosting a special 10th anniversary screening with a Q&A after. I was really excited …

Film Review: Charming (Dir: Tom Albanese, 2016)

Charming is a 16 minute long short film revolving around Prince Charming in his quest to find love and break a curse. This film was recommended to me by my friend Amy Elize at The Willow Web, and I'm really glad I watched it. The film is a fun exploration of the fairytale genre from …

A Day at the BFI and Radio Times Television Festival

Between the 7th and 9th April 2017, the BFI and Radio Times launched their first television festival, designed to celebrate television and its evolution over recent years. I was lucky enough to attend four events on the 8th April at the BFI Southbank, a place I love to visit. There was a range of over …