Dick Whittington Pantomime – Cheltenham Everyman REVIEW

The rags to riches story of Dick Whittington and his cat Tommy allows itself to be easily adapted into the comforting format of the traditional pantomime we all know and love. A heavy dose of physical humour, a cast bound together in daftness and a happily ever after couple (spoiler, sorry), this pantomime took me… Continue reading Dick Whittington Pantomime – Cheltenham Everyman REVIEW

Hillary Clinton – Cheltenham Literature Festival

How on earth do you review a talk by a politician? Especially one of the most well known politicians of the day. I’ve got to give an opinion on somebody who everybody in the world has an opinion on, wish me luck! Please bear in mind this piece will be purely based on her performance… Continue reading Hillary Clinton – Cheltenham Literature Festival

260 Days Of Trump – Cheltenham Literature Festival REVIEW

260 days. Potentially 1202 more. Days under Trump’s Presidency. Love it or loathe it, this was my first Cheltenham Literature Festival event of the year and we were gonna hear all about it. A panel of President pundits came together to look back over the last nine months and see what’s changed, for better or… Continue reading 260 Days Of Trump – Cheltenham Literature Festival REVIEW

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

A mouth full of a title and a play that provides you with food for thought to match. This eye opening play follows the story of 15 year old Christopher in his attempts to discover who killed his neighbours dog. However, the essence of the story is actually about a family broken by a boy's… Continue reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

Wonderland – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

Alice in Wonderland is not exactly an untold tale. Plenty of cartoons, ballets, adaptations, for both stage and screen have been made over the years. So my thought was, "What's so special about this one?" With my review I will be answering this exact question, and explaining just how my expectations were exceeded. This version… Continue reading Wonderland – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

Cheltenham Literature Festival 2016 PREVIEW

£473 That is what it would cost me, if I bought one ticket to every event I want to go to. Sadly I will have to narrow down my desired tickets, as I am still a poor student and it is not possible to be in 6 places at once. I hope this figure illustrates… Continue reading Cheltenham Literature Festival 2016 PREVIEW