Guards at the Taj @ Bush Theatre

On Wednesday, I was very kindly invited to a Blogger’s Night at the Bush Theatre for a performance of Guards at the Taj. Directed by critically acclaimed Jamie Lloyd and written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph, the show follows two guards who are keeping watch as the Taj Mahal is built in 1648 India. Before the show, there was a talk by Stewart Pringle. … Continue reading Guards at the Taj @ Bush Theatre

I’ve Got My Headphones On

I often feel most at peace when I have my headphones on, especially if I’m travelling somewhere on my own. Over the last couple of months, I’ve started making playlists on Spotify to change up what I listen to. Usually, I would buy albums at a time but there are some songs that give me such a buzz, even in passing on the radio. “Absolute … Continue reading I’ve Got My Headphones On

Being Busy But Still Managing to See Three Plays

And I’ve been too tired to write about them individually. April has been so unexpectedly busy for me lately. My family and I are in the midst of a complete overhaul of the house. I’ve moved bedrooms and converted our guest room into a library. I only ended up moving bedrooms because (what was our former guest room) had a better bed. And it took … Continue reading Being Busy But Still Managing to See Three Plays

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf @ Harold Pinter Theatre

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf is a play that follows Martha and George over the course of one night. After attending a faculty meeting at the university George works at, they invite a couple who are new in town back to theirs for more alcoholic endeavors. As the night and games unravel, so do the two relationships. Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill lead the 4 … Continue reading Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf @ Harold Pinter Theatre

Month In Review: March 2017

Happy end of March, everybody! Spring has sprung, the sun has been shining and I’ve seen some good shows this month! Here’s what I got up to. Theatre/Live Shows First show of the month was seeing Russell Howard during his ten date stop on his tour at the Royal Albert Hall. I’ve grown up watching Russell do stand up on stage and on TV and … Continue reading Month In Review: March 2017

Ugly Lies The Bone @ National Theatre

Ugly Lies The Bone follows Jess who returns home from Afghanistan to a small town in Florida. She begins to experiment with virtual reality therapy, where she learns how to escape and cope with her pain. We also see how Jess’ return affects her relationship with her mum, her sister Kaciee and former flame Stevie. Kate Fleetwood is fantastic as Jess. She’s an incredibly versatile actress … Continue reading Ugly Lies The Bone @ National Theatre

Hidden London Gems | Lockie’s Kitchen in Romford

Having lived and grown up in London since birth, I’ve been wanting to showcase different places in and around London that people may not know about. London is filled with loads of independent businesses from cafes to bookshops to clothing stores. I love being a Londoner and supporting small businesses whenever I can. First on my list is a small-ish cafe in  the Quadrant Arcade in … Continue reading Hidden London Gems | Lockie’s Kitchen in Romford

Speech and Debate @ Trafalgar Studios 2

Written by Stephen Karam, Tom Attenborough directs Douglas Booth, Patsy Ferran & Tony Revolori in this fantastic, intimate production in Studio 2 at the Trafalgar Studios. Three high school students are brought together in their school’s speech and debate team after a scandal at their high school leaks. Speech and Debate is a fantastic play led by three incredible talents. Douglas Booth as Howie, an … Continue reading Speech and Debate @ Trafalgar Studios 2