On Wednesday 18th July, Monday 6th August and Thursday 16th August, I went to see The Taming of the Shrew, Pericles and Macbeth in some of Cambridge's college gardens.
A show with an interesting concept but it ultimately didn't come together.
You probably think nothing could warm your heart more than Raymond Briggs' The Snowman, however you haven't seen the adaptation Briggs' The Bear at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
A funny and thought provoking look at modern society and modern relationships.
"A dark and magical retelling of the Disney classic" - The Times
Estorick Collection, Islington
A hilarious take on some of popular culture's best loved characters
Review of NoFit State Circus Lexicon- Silver Arts Award
An interesting, but slightly eccentric one woman show
Review of Wicked West End performance for Silver Arts Award
A fiercely feminist fairytale retelling.
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Review of The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner longlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
For a dance show held by a group of students, I was happily surprised by the quality of their show and I truly felt as though I was experiencing dances from "all around the world".
Sardonic, sassy, and simply hilarious
Shakespeare at The Globe
Royal Philharmonic concert
A poetically funny existential crisis in motion.