All posts tagged journey

Appreciating Street Art…

Around London, everybody seems to walk with a purpose; they never stop to fully survey or appreciate their surroundings. We have become immune to the subtle art that London has […]

The Quality of Silence, Rosamund Lupton

The perfect book to snuggle up with this winter – this month’s must read! Although The Quality of Silence by Rosamund Lupton had been on my shelf for a while, […]

5 types of Commuters you’ll see this Christmas

As the semester draws to an end, students across the country will be commuting back home to spend the holidays with their families. The Christmas rush is a hectic time to travel, what […]

Making a Home

A packed suitcase. An empty room. A final cuddle with your pet. A last glance back at your family waving goodbye as you are walking through passport control at the airport: Leaving your home for the very first […]

To New Adventures

So far you may have found yourself bobbing safely along with the current, moving through life on a trusty ship, bumping along to the rhythm of the ebb and flow […]

FIVE ways National Theatre Live has revolutionised theatre

Recently I have been to my first National Theatre Live showing, and I shall be going again to see future broadcasts. Here are a few of my thoughts on why […]

REVIEW: The Far Pavilions by M. M. Kaye

A brilliant, historical epic – CUB recommended and this month’s must read. Set in the time of Britain’s imperialist rule over India, The Far Pavilions follows the life of Ashton […]

Year Abroad. Part 18: Essaix-en-Provence

And at last, my friends visited. Early morning flights means early morning landings, and I was there to welcome them, beret on head, sign in hand. There were 5 of them, […]

‘Cardboard City’: Interview

Fourth up in the QMTC New Writers’ Festival is Cardboard City, written and directed by Holly Rodman. I spoke to Holly about the real-life inspirations she had for the play […]