I haven’t taken dance classes for almost two years now and it’s been pretty weird. And one of my many New Year’s resolutions this year (which include being veggie and wearing more lipstick) is to get back into the dance studio. Now depending on how much you’ve read my blog, you may or may not know that I studied dance at university and have a BA … Continue reading Why it’s been hard for me to dance again since turning my back on it.
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
If anybody who went to see their performance at Sadler’s Wells last night had a pre-conceived idea of what a dancer ‘should’ look like, I would bet when they left the theatre their minds were changed. Continue reading Candoco Dance Company Challenge The Boundaries Of Dance
Living in London wouldn’t be the same without the West End, and here’s what i’ve learnt… Continue reading West End Love Letter: Five Things London Theatre Taught Me
One thing London is full of during the summer is suprises. You feel like every street corner you turn around has a street performance waiting on the other side of it, an amazing piece of street art or a free festival. One such surprise happening at the moment that I can imagine would be a joy for any tourist wandering around the capital is the … Continue reading Greenwich and Docklands International Festival 2016