Die Fledermaus – Welsh National Opera – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

If it isn’t already clear by my blog filled with colloquial and down to earth reviews - I want to make theatre more accessible, especially to younger generations. Whether its watching, acting or reviewing I believe the disconnect between the performing arts industry and younger generations has become too big, and I will always aim… Continue reading Die Fledermaus – Welsh National Opera – Bristol Hippodrome REVIEW

Tape Face – The Parabola Arts Centre REVIEW

Another month in Cheltenham means another festival. I was particularly excited about The Hobgoblin Cheltenham Comedy Festival. My university had rallied the troops to watch 'The Boy With Tape On His Face' at the Parabola Arts Centre. As soon as we found our seats, I realised no one was safe. New Zealand's Sam Wills, oozed… Continue reading Tape Face – The Parabola Arts Centre 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