As many people have this year, I have taken up art as a new hobby. I spent most of 2020 trying to learn to paint with cheap acrylics or watercolours. I even gave embroidery a shot and I have all the equipment to prove it. At Christmas I was very lucky to be given an... Continue Reading →
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 mind. Bringing lost creatures back from the depths,... 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 →
Angels in America Review: is Garfield really that good?
Going to see these shows as part of the National Theatre Live scheme allowed me to be part of one of the most talked about experiences of the summer. Angels In America by Tony Kushner and directed my Marianne Elliot has been the plays of the summer to go see, they detail the AIDs epidemic... Continue Reading →
Personal Prose Pt.5
When you move back home you become the person you were when you left. The problem is I don't like this person. The shy and lonely girl who left 12 months ago. I can feel the shyness growing in my throat becoming a smile rather than a response in conversation. I've lost my bark and... Continue Reading →
And I Think of You
My first finalised piece of poetry hurrah
Well it's all over now...
Guardians of The Galaxy Vol.2 Review
The eagerly awaited sequel to Marvel’s more humorous side. After the unexpected cult success of the first film how does Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 stand up to audiences’ expectations? The soundtrack as expected is amazing, being released a week prior to the UK premier audiences had plenty of time to acquaint themselves to the... Continue Reading →