All posts tagged dreams

Exclusive Interview: Whenyoung

Hailing from Limerick and now based in London, Whenyoung are an exciting trio giving indie-pop a run for its money. Defined by a style that effortlessly packages up feelings of […]

The Struggling Artist in Film Musicals

I began writing this piece in the wake of the La La Land hype that was sweeping the world. For the record, I did enjoy it though I see its […]

A Different Look at ‘La La Land’

Plato says “in metre and harmony and rhythm, [they] speak very well–such is the sweet influence which melody and rhythm by nature have… music puts upon colours”. Plato argues against […]

On London and Dreams…

This is a slight deviation from our usual reviews and historical articles about the city, but as the semester is drawing to a close (are you panicking? I’m not panicking…) […]

TIME LAPSE: Interview

“The worst thing you can do is choke your actors” I sat down and spoke to writers and directors of Time Lapse, Stephan Ledesma and Jack Ridley, about writing collaboratively, […]

‘When John Met Joseph’: Interview

“I thought, there’s got to be a play in that.” The third performance part of the New Writers’ Festival is When John Met Joseph. I spoke to the writer and […]

“To the Elephant; I do remember”

William Shakespeare’s much-loved comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ is connected both to London,  and to the festive season, in ways that we have never realised before. Here, Daniella Harrison tells us how… […]

Long Forgotten

I keep thinking how strange it is, That when we’re dead and long gone Our memory will live. In paper and words and stories we tell our kids. Who will […]

Say OK to Being a Princess For a Day

Some people say that to be feminist means to reject all social conventions typically ascribed to being feminine. You reject all that being a female entails and instead take on […]