Having been shortlisted from hundreds of applications, Nidhiya is one of the International Volunteers helping in the Digital arts and culture space at Mozfest 2016!
A review of the BBC Young Musician 2016 Final Concert
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More Bake Off drama!
Who says Graffiti isn't a form of modern art? It's the developing art form of a deprived society of artists...
Bake Off's gone.
Stripes, colour and A LOT of wool!
This is my review of Shakespeare Triple Bill by Birmingham Royal Ballet in june 2016 for my silver Arts Award.
This is my In The Heights review for both times I visited the Barrio!
On Monday the 12th of September I went and watched the Chicago UK Tour opening night at The Empire Theatre in Liverpool.
A funny social experiment about romance, trust and love at first sight.
Yes, you read that right.
New play by Theresa Ikoko about gender, race and sisterhood during civil war in Africa.
With hilarious character impersonations, Pajama men bring on stage a revised story of the three musketeers.
Accessibility in the arts is a constantly ongoing debate. Ellen Orange explore why she thinks art needs to be more accessible.
A saddening and true story of a town that England almost forgotten, and a new hope on the horizon.
Young Vic's artistic project tells the honest and touching stories of a group of sex workers
Jellyfish puts on stage the portrayal of a generation: mislead by promises of a successful future, graduated but unemployed, skint and alienated by society