Not so long ago, I reviewed RAINBOW BLUES, an upbeat, happy track from upcoming musician, Daniel Eagle. This time, he let me preview one of his other tracks, KELLY.
What a beautiful show.
Daniel Eagle is an old school friend of mine. I moved to his school at the end of year nine and we somehow became involved in similar social circles, despite not being in any of the same classes. Even aged fourteen, Daniel was performing at every opportunity, even volunteering to perform in an event that… Continue reading REVIEW: Rainbow Blues by Daniel Eagle
James McAvoy‘s new film Split brings to the spotlight Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), better known here in the UK as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). Kevin Wendell Crumb isn’t your average case of Jekyll and Hyde, he doesn’t just have two personalities fighting inside of him… he has twenty-four. When I saw that this film was going to… Continue reading What’s Wrong With Split.
SO:Write is a Southampton-based programme, lead by Matt West at The Artful Scribe. Its aim is to provide activities for all ages, encouraging them to write. Today, I attended their Transformation workshop for poetry and prose. This workshop was lead by Matt, the Poet Laureate for Southampton.
Warning: This review includes some big spoilers, not for people that have not seen the film and do not want the ending ruined! I have been going to the theatre to watch musicals since I was three. I believe my first ever show was Cinderella, my first ever musical Beauty and the Beast. I vaguely remember travelling to London… Continue reading La La Land: Musical theatre is back!
I was lucky enough to see A Monster Calls as part of Odeon Cinema’s “Screen Unseen” project, back in mid-December. I have thought long and hard about whether I would write a review of this film, and how to write it. I promise there won’t be any huge spoilers.