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One night in Agrabah

Winter is a huge struggle for me – at this time of year, nothing sounds better than curling up with a hot water bottle under a very thick duvet, binge-watching the latest Netflix show and drinking copious amounts of tea. 233 more words

La La Land is a Feminist Film!

As I’m sure a lot of people know, the movie La La Land has been surrounded by a lot of buzz in both conversations and award shows for the past couple of weeks. 1,328 more words


Dear Lin-Manuel Miranda,

This is a letter to say thank you.

Thank you for creating Hamilton. The world needs Hamilton. The world needs four diverse casts telling this story around the world. 423 more words

Off the Cuff and On to Rehearsal!

I spent my breaks at work studying my lines for Steel Magnolias, the play I am in at Ilion Little Theatre.  Production dates are the first two weekends in March.   312 more words


REVIEW: The Unexpected Guest - "Alison Carr is mesmerising. A great cast help save an adequate story"

As far as ‘whodunnits’ go, I’m far more used to being laid out on the sofa with a cup of tea (gin and tonic) watching them unfold on telly. 537 more words


Abigail (2017)

Written by Fiona Doyle
Directed by Joshua McTaggart
Starring Mia Bannon and Mark Rose
Performed at The Bunker Theatre

– spliced timeline. Worked on a minor scale (scenes explaining sentences that were said in previous scenes), but overall was a bit too disconcerting and left too many gaps… 165 more words


Review: Abigail, Bunker Theatre

The set for Abigail at Bunker Theatre is simple – beautiful really – white boxes, packing boxes and wooden boxes made into a tower of steps with a door in the middle. 505 more words

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