King Lear -Duke of Yorks Theatre review

Following a sold-out run in Chichester, Jonathan Munby’s hit revival of Shakespeare’s tragedy ‘King Lear’, has taken the West End Duke of York’s Theatre by storm. The star-filled cast led by an undisputed legend of Shakespeare’s works, Sir Ian McKellen, takes the audience into a broken and militarised kingdom of broken family ties, epic storms,... Continue Reading →

Ocean Eyes

So vast and deep and blue. It would be O' so easy, So easy to succumb to you. Fall and drown in the deep. But you, more powerful than the earth, Draw me more and more out to sea. Bringing destruction to the shores of my mine.   Bringing lost creatures back from the depths,... Continue Reading →

Home

You're my team-mate, Always there for me mate. Brother, protector, best friend. An underlying connection that will never end. You've got the ocean in your eyes. You're someone I could never despise. Beauty, power, strength. We are always on the same wavelength. You're the smile that reached my eyes, A sunshine brightening the skies. Support,... Continue Reading →

Tick Tock

Tick. Each tug bring it closer, The snap is inevitable. And it will take its toll. Tick. Magnetic forces are at work. Drawing it north and south, East and west. Tick. It sputters but carries on, It won't stop But it can break. Tick. Time is running out, It's closer now. The break is happening.... Continue Reading →

Sh!t Theatre DollyWould, more like I Would

Sh!t Theatre are back with their self-proclaimed “Mainstream crossover hit” DollyWould. After the immense success of Letters To Windsor House, Sh!t Theatre’s fame only increases with a sold out and critically acclaimed run of DollyWould at the Edinbrugh Fringe Festival. Seeing this show in another sold out run at Camden People’s Theatre was as a... Continue Reading →

Leeds Festival My Experience

So I have just gotten back and suitably showered and napped after my first ever festival. Now music isn’t something I would usually write about on this blog because I don’t know enough about it. However live music is a performance and so I can definitely write about that and let you all know how... Continue Reading →

The Dark Tower a Disappointed Review

My Friday film this week took the shape of The Dark Tower. The adaptation by Nickolaj Arcel features Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. The film flips between worlds names Keystone Earth and Midworld as characters attempt to save the mysterious Tower. I was not very excited for this film after seeing the trailer, however many... Continue Reading →

Personal Prose Pt.6

My little patch of heaven.I look up at you each night.The inky black bluishness like a blanketWith stars like pinpricks reflecting my soul.These stars are always the sameNo matter where I go,And like my poor soulThey remind me of home.My little patch of heaven.I stare into your void each night.The harsh winds like the wild... Continue Reading →

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