The Addams Family is one of those families that almost everyone knows, right? Duh duh duh dum *click click*.
I can’t believe my first year of university is done. All practical performances out of the way. All assignments handed in. That’s it. I can’t believe how fast it has gone. Here’s what I’ve learnt from it all.
Find out the top 5 ways I plan to use my summer holidays wisely. From reading, to youth work, to road trips – I want to make the most of it.
It was my brother’s birthday last weekend, so I whipped up a batch of cupcakes to serve at a family BBQ to celebrate. And just to add a little something extra, these cupcakes are flavoured with caramel and chocolate chips.
From Doctor Who to cocktails to mini golf – we did as much as we could whilst in Cardiff for a 19th birthday trip for my boyfriend.
Any chance to use mini eggs and loads of chocolate – I’m there! Here is my first Easter bake of the year.
To kickstart April, here are a few things I’ve particularly enjoyed throughout March.
So, after a week of radio silence on my blog (and lacking motivation whilst simultaneously having university work to do), I spent my very sunny Saturday in the birth place of William Shakespeare himself: Stratford-upon-Avon.
There are a lot of common misconceptions about what it’s like to be a drama student. I’ve asked some of my fellow first year drama students a few questions, to see if they can sum up their own experiences and challenge some of the stereotypes we face in performing arts.
Think you know puppet shows? Think again. If what you know about puppetry is all Punch and Judy or The Muppets, then you clearly haven’t met Fred.
It had the audience in fits of giggles one minute, with Fred’s inappropriate behaviour at a children’s party, and reduced to tears the next, as Fred hit rock bottom. Truly 5-star.