Sunday, 23 July 2017

New Zealand: 24 Hours in Auckland

It's not often that your boyfriend temporarily moves to the other side of the world for pilot school, so as soon as he had settled in we began planning my trip over to New Zealand to visit.


Sunday, 9 July 2017

Review: The Mentor – Vaudeville Theatre

Written by renowned German novelist Daniel Kehlmann and translated into English by Christopher Hampton, The Mentor pens the interaction between two playwrights, one considered a literary legend and the other just beginning his career.


Saturday, 8 July 2017

5 Reasons to Read Literary Classics

The wonderful Legend Press, who you may have noticed I work with a lot on my blog, have just released a new range of classic titles, and it's got me thinking about why we should still be reading the classics. 


Sunday, 2 July 2017

Review: Hir – Bush Theatre

After serving three years in the Marines, Isaac (Arthur Darvill) returns home to his small town in Central Valley, America to find out that things aren’t exactly how he left them. Isaac’s father (Andy Williams), having suffered a stroke, can no longer string a sentence together and is forced into the daily attire of a dress and clownish face paint by Isaac’s mother, Paige (Ashley McGuire). Under the same umbrella of humiliation, Paige regularly sprays him with water as a punishment for bad behaviour, or years of patriarchal domestic abuse.
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