19 January 2023
Grayson Perry's Art Club: The Exhibition at MAC
Grayson Perry's Art Club: The Exhibition, is the third of its kind - this time coming to Birmingham's MAC.
1 August 2022
Interview with Connor Taylor: professional ballet dancer turned dance teacher
We speak to Connor Taylor, founder and principal of Adore Dance London in East London, all about the impact of lockdown on creative practice, gaining confidence to dance for yourself, and what it's like to run an entire dance school.
3 March 2022
Back to the classroom?
What might be the impact of online learning on children across the country?
30 January 2022
Six lockdown parties attended and counting. Is Boris Johnson’s time running out?
The subject of this blog post is the parties that Boris Johnson attended whilst the rest of the county was in lockdown. It also addresses the pressure on the Prime Minister to resign.
15 July 2021 – 5 September 2021
I attended the Through The Locking Glass exhibition and have reviewed it.
20 August 2021
Anti-Lockdown Protesters Claim to ‘Lay Siege' to Edinburgh Castle
A group of around 20-30 protesters entered the Castle with the intent to seize it under article 61 of the Magna Carta
20 June 2021
The Travesty of Richard III
Performed in isolation and filmed entirely by Helen Manners and Ian Renshaw, The Travesty of Richard III is a comedic adaptation of William Shakespeare’s original tragedy that depicts the eponymous character’s rise and fall from power.
21 May 2021
Taking Care of yourself - Going back to normal edition
"Let's meet up; we are allowed now!"
How exciting that we are now embarking on a new chapter as we ease out of lockdown. While we enjoy the next faze, protecting our mental health in the process is the priority.
19 May 2021
A special edition published by the UK’s oldest literary periodical, The London Magazine, Untitled, 2020 fuses new commissioned prose and poetry creations with older works that coalesce to form a reflection on 2020 as a whole.
12 May 2021
Learning to dance in lockdown
Covid-19 has students across the world to transition online for their dance training. From studio to living room, I discuss the experience from myself – a student’s – perspective and from my teacher – Gemma Pender’s - perspective too.
16 April 2021
People flock to pubs, shops and hairdressers as lockdown restrictions ease
The long-awaited easing of stage two coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England has seen an upward spike in footfall in non-essential shops and businesses.
14 April 2021
To mark the anniversary of the first lockdown, the BBC has released three documentaries by award-winning filmmaker Jay Martin, and Frontline is one of them.
6 March 2021
“Netflix. Exhausted. DVDs. Seen them. A woman finds that TV isn’t the only thing to watch during lockdown”.
2 March 2021
Review: My heart is not my home
My Heart Is Not Home is one of the short pieces featured in "Digital Sharing", a KickItDown Production supported by the BBC Writersroom and The Playground Theatre.
2 March 2021
Seaside: A Review
Seaside is one of the short pieces featured in "Digital Sharing", a KickItDown Production supported by the BBC Writersroom and The Playground Theatre.
28 February 2021
How homelessness has been affected during the third lockdown
The issue of homelessness has long been present within the UK, and has sadly increased due to the detrimental effects of Covid-19.
13 January 2021
BBC supports home learning with easily accessible materials
The BBC is helping students keep up with studies by releasing school materials on TV, iPlayer and online
26 December 2020
Top 10 lockdown experiences
A cultivated list of ten lockdown experiences we all endured at one point or another to replace the outside shaped hole in our hearts.