Films for under a fiver: The life changing magic of the Peckhamplex

Going to the cinema, as a past time, is a national treasure. There’s nothing that screams ‘date night’ more than a trip to the cinema and then having to quickly shake yourself down of stray bits of popcorn before your date sees you (and then finding a bit in your hand bag when you get home). Essentially, going to the cinema is sitting in an … Continue reading Films for under a fiver: The life changing magic of the Peckhamplex

Star Wars: Identities – A Star Wars Fan’s Dream

Today I headed to the O2 which is something I don’t do a lot, despite livingย just down the road! Usually it’s because there are way too many people as there is always a concert on, and today was no exception (Frozen On Ice, there were tiny Elsa’s everywhere) apart from that I headed to the Star Wars exhibition. The exhibition, fully named Star Wars: Identities, … Continue reading Star Wars: Identities – A Star Wars Fan’s Dream

2017: My London Bucket List

When me and my housemates moved to Greenwich we put together a mental bucket list of things in the local area we would like to do but never got to write it down. We’ve done the major things for SE10; picnic in Greenwich Park, pub crawl around Greenwich, i’ve seen performances at Laban and Greenwich Dance and wandered through the Royal Naval College more times … Continue reading 2017: My London Bucket List

Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Review – Lavish And Full Of Drama

If you’re already a fan of Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures, you are likely to have bought a ticket expecting to love what you see in all his trademark lavish and flamboyant style. But with The Red Shoes, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Unlike some of his other works such as Edward Scizzorhands and The Nutcracker, I didn’t know the story of … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes Review – Lavish And Full Of Drama

I’ve Made It A Year In London! Here’s My Advice If You’re Looking To Make The Move…

On the 13th December 2015 I moved to London from a little town in Essex called Corringham. The commute was draining and I think I pretty much had the soul sucked out of me on the C2C to Fenchurch Street everyday. Besides that, it was exhausting memorising the timetable and always having to be aware of the time of the last train every time I … Continue reading I’ve Made It A Year In London! Here’s My Advice If You’re Looking To Make The Move…