Wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the King. –Hamlet, A2S2.
Unfortunately this is again another very overdue review. Between photographing models and weddings, as well as packing to move into my new flat and keeping on top of my reading list for uni, things have gone a bit mad. All the same, I hope you enjoy my review of this incredible show.
Again, another theatre trip! This week’s was a children’s production, at The Berry Theatre in Hedge End. My step-mother attended school at Wildern, so has been raving for years about the quality of the drama department. Recently, we found out that it is not only a school of performing arts, but actually has its own… Continue reading The Emperor’s New Clothes – Review
Another month, another theatre trip! I made a vow this year to not turn down a single offer to go to the theatre, as it is my first passion in life, and something that I don’t do enough. So, this month it was Chicago at The Mayflower. I have once tried to watch the film… Continue reading A Very Late Chicago Review
At Solent, I am lucky enough to be taught by a renowned playwright. Not only does this experience leak into his fantastic teaching style and extensive knowledge of theatre, but on Tuesday night I was lucky enough to witness a reading of one of his plays, After Paris.
I never met Mac, but his story has succeeded in appearing on every form of social media that I own, as well as in every online news forum that I read. I grew up in Romsey, just a few short miles away from Mac. Had I gone to secondary school in Romsey, rather than moving… Continue reading Mac Campbell’s Legacy