All posts tagged growing up

Does childhood exist anymore? If we aren’t going to change our society for ourselves, we have to at least make it better for the next generation

Who remembers being ten? I can’t say my first year in the big double figures is that memorable, but as far I can recall, it was pretty good. Yes, my […]

REVIEW of ‘The Gradual Disappearance of Jane Ashland’ by Nicolai Houm

“A cleverly structured novel that explores the emotions of grief and loss.” After a tragic accident that changes American writer Jane Ashland’s life, she travels to Norway in search of […]

The BIG Review: The Black Cat Cabaret.

Naughty. Dark. Funny. These are the three ingredients which make The Black Cat Cabaret a show to remember. When you think of the word ‘cat’, you might think of the […]

Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny- Little Tales for Nasty Women

Now don’t be fooled by the title, Highsmith’s short story collection doesn’t paint pictures of rotten men, and victim women. Instead Highsmith creates a sweetshop’s worth of lurid, eccentric, strange, […]

The Curious Case of Peter Pan Syndrome

You might be wondering what this heading is about. You clicked this and thought ‘that’s unusual, is it a real condition?’ Well, no. It is not. The Curious Case of […]

A Review in Retrospect…Fringe Theatre Brought to the Forefront: This Much

This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards The Institution of Marriage) by John Fitzpatrick Presented by Nik Holtum and Moving Dust Productions Ran at Soho Theatre from 7th June […]